Last week I showed you how to add a background to your LinkedIn profile. Today I want to give you some ideas on how to leverage it for your career or business.
To see how to create a background, watch the video here: https://youtu.be/_hU9QY1N8iQ
First, think about what you are using LinkedIn for.
Some ideas on what to add:
-Types of work you can do
It’s up to you how to use the background image on LinkedIn, but be strategic to use it for your goals on LinkedIn and please oh please don’t leave it blank.
Leave any other LinkedIn questions in the comments below.
I hope these tips have been helpful and if you want more advice LinkedIn and networking, please head to my website at www.cassthompson.com to learn more, and follow me on Insta @cassthompson_career.
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