LinkedIn In 30 Minutes: How to create a rock-solid LinkedIn profile and build connections that matter

(Updated November 2013 with new sections, screenshots, and tips!) If you’re serious about taking your career to the next level, you need to be on LinkedIn. In the award-winning “LinkedIn In 30 Minutes”, author Melanie Pinola will show you how to make a killer LinkedIn profile and expand your network. Whether you want to find a new job or advance your career, this guide can be the blueprint for a supercharged LinkedIn strategy. It includes sections on:

  • LinkedIn registration and basic profile setup
  • How building a LinkedIn profile is different than resume writing
  • How to find the right keywords to include in your profile
  • Three things your LinkedIn profile must communicate
  • Real-world examples of successful profiles and keywords
  • How to find people to connect with
  • Crafting personalized connection invitations
  • How to address unemployment, résumé gaps, or a career change
  • How to find job listings on LinkedIn
  • LinkedIn Groups: Pros, cons, and participation strategies
  • How to access the hidden job market on LinkedIn
  • Special tools, such as InMail, LinkedIn Signal and LinkedIn Contacts
  • How to stay current in your industry
  • How to send a message to (almost) anyone on LinkedIn for free
  • Best practices for organizing your contacts
  • Managing LinkedIn privacy settings
  • The differences between LinkedIn Premium and Job Seeker Premium

“LinkedIn In 30 Minutes” is for people who are new to LinkedIn, as well as those who want to optimize their profiles and networking efforts. Like all In 30 Minutes® guides, “LinkedIn In 30 Minutes” is easy to approach — it’s filled with step-by-step instructions written in plain English and a touch of humor. “LinkedIn In 30 Minutes” has been named the award winner in the Business/Career category of The 2013 USA Best Book Awards.

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