Posts Tagged "LinkedIn"

Thanksgiving Special Note & Offer

H A P P Y   T H A N K S G I V I N G !! This year I have much to be grateful for on Thanksgiving! I’m passionate about helping my clients. I’m thankful that many of them have advanced their careers with new jobs with my coaching, resume writing, and LinkedIn assistance. That makes me feel great! It is time for me to do some “give…read more →

LinkedIn Profile Tips 2014

LinkedIn is constantly changing, and what is standard today might not be next week. However, if you want a really effective Profile that will draw people to you, bear these limits in mind: 1. Company Name: 100 maximum characters. 2. Professional Headline: 120 character limit. 3. Summary: 2,000 character limit. 4. Specialties: 500 maximum characters. 5. Website Anchor Text: 30 maximum characters. 6. Website URL: 256 maximum characters. 7. Position…read more →

Free Live LinkedIn Seminar!

I’m looking forward to returning to Career Transitions in Burlington, MA to present “Leveraging LinkedIn’s New & Old Features For Your Job Hunt” on Tuesday, March 11th at 10:00am – 12:30pm. The program takes place at the Burlington Free Library, and is open to everyone without charge. Come join us! Readers of this post will get a special bonus: if you introduce yourself to me at the event, I will…read more →

Unasked Interview Questions You Must Address, and more!

Several of my recent USNews & World Report “On Careers” blog  articles have been picked up and featured on Yahoo!, Yahoo! Finance, Business Insider, and a host of other smaller sites. I’ve added links to 58 of these articles written over the course of the last year here on Jobhuntercoach. Click on the “Free Articles” on the site’s main menu, or this link: http://jobhuntercoach.com/articles/ to get access to all of…read more →

6 Ways Recruiters Use LinkedIn to Hunt Heads

Have you ever wondered how recruiters go about the task of hunting the heads they present to their client companies? I ran my own recruiting company for ten years before beginning Jobhuntercoach, and was among the earliest of LinkedIn Adopters. But much has changed since then and I wanted to check out today’s best practices. One of Boston’s best veteran recruiters, Mary Truslow, spoke with me about the multiple ways…read more →