Consider what projects you’ve done and whether you’ve picked up any new skills, certifications, or accolades.
Part of Linked In’s appeal is that it can serve as a kind of living resume in addition to its social media aspects, so take advantage and make sure your professional bio is up to date.
The human eye tends to gravitate toward images first, so when you’re making over your Linked In profile, thinking about your photo is a good place to start. If it’s several years old at this point, consider replacing with a newer photo.
You may not have changed much, but it’s still important to keep things fresh.
It puts your most up-to-date information out in the world, so pay attention to it and keep it fresh!
Some great new connection you make now could lead to awesome opportunities in 2019.
That means taking stock of the past year and thinking about what you’ve been working on, what you’ve achieved, and what you’ve learned about your industry.
Most hardware drivers that come with your computer—or through Windows Update—are fine.If you want to maximize Linked In this year, make sure you’re getting the most out of the massive network of human connections.