March 28, 2020
What is LinkedIn?

What is LinkedIn?

If you’ve ever received an email that says
“Join my network on LinkedIn,” you’ve probably wondered, “What is LinkedIn?” The simple answer is that it’s the world’s
largest professional network, helping people find and share opportunities every day. But how is it relevant to you? Managing your career is just one reason to
join LinkedIn. As you develop your professional profile, you establish an authoritative resource
on your experience and capabilities that lets people find you when they search the Internet.
In two minutes, you’ll be up and running with the most important page on the web you’ll
ever have. Do you know what people find when they Google your name? With LinkedIn you’ll
have more control over what appears in Google results, and having a robust profile encourages
people to approach you with opportunities. Many of your contacts are already on LinkedIn, and
you can reconnect just by uploading your address book. This lets you stay in touch even as your contacts
change jobs and email addresses. Your reputation is summed up by the relationships you’ve developed
over your career. LinkedIn helps you maintain these relationships authentically. In addition,
when you want to make new business connections, you can find people using LinkedIn’s search tool
— then see who you know in common. This makes it easy to request an introduction
from your trusted connections. You can also join a LinkedIn group, where professionals
in your field discuss issues and solve problems related to your industry. Link to your Twitter account to share tweets
with your professional network both from LinkedIn to Twitter, and vice versa. And use LinkedIn’s mobile application to stay
current with your network wherever you are. These are just a few features that help you
get the most out of LinkedIn. Whether you’re working in an office or on the go,
LinkedIn keeps you in touch with the people that matter to your career. And since signing
up is free, LinkedIn just might be the best investment you’ll ever make in your career.

0 thoughts on “What is LinkedIn?

  1. I wish LinkedIn Dedicateds for finding jobs NOT for news and regular social media .

    The way of sending C.V. to recruiters is not direct and easy to do so .

    I think it would be better sending resume to companies directly via LinkedIn instead of login into every company's website .

    I suggest to take a one Chinese Android application experience called (58life) in how to do so .

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