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How Not to Suck at LinkedIn: 30 Easy Cures for the Most Common LinkedIn Profile Mistakes by [Waldman, Joshua]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 622 KB
  • Print Length: 82 pages
  • Publisher: Career Enlightenment LLC; 2016 edition (11 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KXK1XDU
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars 38 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars wonderful tips 21 Mar. 2015
By Angela C - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I enjoyed Joshua Waldman's book! My only complaint was a few minor justification issues in the chapter titles.

The writing is full of solid tips and reasons why you should follow the advice. Included are things to add, things to delete, reasons why you should grow your network before you need it if possible and so very much more.

Yes, sure, you might be able to find these tips on the internet for "free" but in this book they compiled nearly into chapters for you in one book without having to search them out.

My LinkedIn account has always been more of a novelty than a useful tool. I am going to be changing several things in my profile to make it more useable!
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Suggested reading for LI tyros and veterans 22 Jun. 2014
By Bill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I have been using Linkedin for the better part of a decade. Like a lot of folks, I was just a sorta casual user, back in the day seemed to make some sense. Plodded along at just over 100 1st level contacts for maybe two years. Then a couple of folks at work challenged me to double my 1st level connections eight weeks. Agreed to the challenge. Three weeks later I had increased my primary contact network by a factor of 10. I was hooked--on Linkedin. As my career as an RPO Talent Acquisitioner and Technical Recruiter fleshed out, I picked up tricks here and there...got to the point that a bunch of us would swap tips and hints..not just about LI as a recruiting tool; about LI as what is now known as personal branding...

So, when I saw Joshua's little tome, I figured--yah, why not. Why not, indeed...
While it could be said that I have some stuff I do which has helped me...I picked up no less than a half-dozen items that I will be implementing over the next several weeks. Sharing a couple--
* I speak sufficient German to be considered elementary-proficient. Likewise with Spanish...although it is really SoCal street patios. In both cases--elementary...

*Have had a couple of short pieces published in several house newsletters...that counts, along with the two novels and a couple of short stories and about three dozen poems (including five written by sentient beings on remote worlds.)...HEY...I am published and have works underway.

*I have GOT to do something about my avatar (photo). I keep using the same one because it is the comfortable me. Yah...I know.

So...Joshua has good stuff in this pithy little book--I would have saved months, maybe years getting to my current level of LI savvy.

New to LI? Get it and use it. He has great ideas...and yah, he advertises his services...so what...that is what networking is all about. Been around LI for a long time---GET IT AND REVIEW YOUR PROFILE--heck, we all get...complacent...and as one of my professors used say..sometimes KITA is the best motivation...

AND DO NOT FORGET TO SENT ME AN INVITATION TO CONNECT...really here is my profile link...you will note it is the custom style Joshua suggests....[...]
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended for Job Seekers 22 April 2015
By Daniel Kirk - Published on Amazon.com
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Before reading this book, I was getting a steady trickle of profile views and occasionally a message from another member that may or may not be of interest. Within a week of reading and applying this book, I average 50 profile views and at least one person contacting me about a job that aligns with my skills every day.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good guide for what to do on LinkedIn 10 Nov. 2014
By Grateful Dude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Good guide for what to do on LinkedIn. Joshua Waldmen has been doing this for awhile and does a great job helping others learn how to navigate this job search network. LinkedIn changes frequently, so be aware that some methods for the book may have been replaced, changed or dropped. Happy job searching.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great specific advice for building your Linked In presence 23 Jun. 2014
By Bill McN. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This short guide book to improving your look on Linked In is easy to use and follow and very specific. It includes screen shots in a few places where you need to see exactly what to do on Linked In. Also, this covers some issues that have changed a lot for older job-seekers and workers. For instance, between about 1975 and 1995, it was unthinkable to include a photo with anything that had to do with job-hunting: the problems of race and gender discrimiantion were huge. Now, I guess we're past that - Waldman point out you MUST have a photo, and a good one. Also, having more than one job every 10 or 15 years was the sign of the dreaded "job-hopper." Now, Waldman points out you should have at least 5 positions in your experience section. These are big changes, and this little book can make you aware, and ready you to take action.
Side note - I have an LG G2 Android phone, and I found this easier to read on my phone than any other way.
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