Category: Marketing



Is your LinkedIn profile headline helping or hurting your visibility? It is the most heavily weighted search area on your LinkedIn profile. So why do most people use the LinkedIn default setting of Job title and Company name? How many opportunities are you missing by using a BORING headline?

How many of your customers are searching for a Senior Marketing Manager or how many of your clients are searching XYZ Company? Yes, you can include a title but that is only one part of your Headline.

UVP – Most people have a headline that simply states their position. But that doesn’t tell people why they should connect with you. It doesn’t tell them how you add value, and it doesn’t tell them how you can solve their company’s problem.

You need to learn how to set YOURSELF apart. You need to prove that YOU are a thought leader. You need to show that YOU are the expert.

There should be three parts to your headline; part one should be WHAT you do, part two should be WHO you help, and part three should be HOW you help them. Your headline should be laser focused on the customers (hiring managers) you are trying to attract.

Your headline is a marketing piece, most people on LinkedIn don’t realize this or utilize it to distinguish themselves from other users. Optimize Your Most Important SKILLS. The first few word in your LinkedIn headline gets the best SEO results from LinkedIn’s search algorithm.

Never use the word “Searching” Or “Opportunity” in your headline. Searching is your problem, not their solution. You want to be their solution. You must focus your skills on a certain company, industry, geographic region, or on a particular level of professional. Targeting an audience helps them say yes to you when the fit is there! People like people that are just like themselves.

Avoid ALL of the 2017 top ten overused buzzwords that LinkedIn has identified.

You have 120 characters to use in your headline, so choose them wisely. Do not use buzzwords because people are NOT searching for those terms. They may look good on your headline but they are like empty calories. Use separators – vertical bars (|) are visually OK to define your search terms, but you may want to use Wingdings (*) or Dingbats (✔) to standout.

On LinkedIn you DO want to stand out. Do not do ordinary, which will make you look average and on LinkedIn average is at the 250,000,000 mark. You don’t want to show up there for search results!

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Edit, EDIT, and EDIT some more. Your profile and headline should not be static they should change when you find skills that are more in demand. When you edit your headline your connections will be notified. Staying top of mind is a good thing in today’s digital world.

If your headline is designed correctly you will show up in results, when you show up that is when you will have an opportunity to connect!

Many of my clients are leaders in sales, business development, training, and recruiting who recognize the need to attract customers through Corporate Strategic training of LinkedIn, one on one consulting, and private workshops. You are shown how to use all of LinkedIn’s resources. To discover how this process can benefit your organization, simply schedule an appointment on my calendar.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their connection request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn. You’re also welcome to check my website, my blog, and my YouTube Channel.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com


5 Crippling Beliefs That Keep Your LinkedIn Profile OUT of Search Results!

Belief Number one: you don’t have a picture, and if you do it is’t optimized!
A picture on LinkedIn increases your chances of profile views 11 times. An optimized picture means you name your picture (YOUR NAME LINKEDIN PROFILE MARKETING MANAGER) and it will increase your search results not only on LinkedIn but will show up on Google search as an image result.

Belief Number two: Your LinkedIn headline is your current job title and company name!
Most people use the default setting on their LinkedIn headline which is their current job title and company name. Never use a default setting on LinkedIn it will brand you as a commodity. Your headline is your tagline or marketing piece. It should include 3 things. What you do, who you help, and how you help them.

Number three: Your LinkedIn summary is about YOU!
Your summary should be in the first person and yes the first paragraph should tell people about what you do. Just make sure every sentence doesn’t start with “I”, “I”, and “I”!! The second paragraph should tell you client or customer or recruiter how you have helped previous company or jobs increase sales cut costs, or streamlined a procedure. The third paragraph you tell how you will solve their problem! Make sure to add a “call to action” (Contact me to see how I can help your business with marketing solutions.

Number four: You loaded your LinkedIn profile with keywords instead of searchable skills.
Most people use keywords on their profile which is OK but to get better search results use LinkedIn skills. Skills are search terms that people using LinkedIn have already search for. EXAMPLE: Friend of mine wanted to be found for “Public SPEAKER” We searched the skills section and it wasn’t there, but “Public SPEAKING” was there. So we changed his headline for the searched skill of Public SPEAKING.

Number five: You haven’t joined any or just a few LinkedIn groups
If you want to be found on LinkedIn you have to be in their network. If you are not in a persons network you will not show up in search results. The fastest way to increase your network is to join groups and make sure they are large groups. LinkedIn changed it search about a year ago so when you search it used to be you searched all of LinkedIn, not anymore your search results are only the people in your network.

Many of my clients are leaders in sales, business development, training, and recruiting who recognize the need to attract customers through Corporate Strategic training of LinkedIn, one on one consulting, and private workshops. You are shown how to use all of LinkedIn’s resources. To discover how this process can benefit your organization, simply schedule an appointment on:

my calendar https://calendly.com/brucebix49.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com


Sales people want to be found on LinkedIn. Sales managers want clients to find them on LinkedIn, and sales leaders want customers to find them on LinkedIn.

I know sales people are always looking for customers, clients and sales but sometimes the customer comes to you because your profile resonates with them. Why are some profiles magnates for clients and others scare them away? If you engage someone in the C-suite, an influencer, or a future client on LinkedIn and your profile is average at best, will you get their attention? Does your profile reflect the skills or more importantly the skill set they need to solve their problem?

Skills on LinkedIn are search terms that your customers and clients are looking for. Do you have the skill set to attract those customers? The average sale today involves 5 or more people. Is one of your skills cross functional problem solving or multi-level communications? Are you in sales or consultative selling, in other words are you solution selling? 89% of buyers turn away from the sales person if they don’t have the right insights or knowledge about their business, do your profile skills demonstrate that knowledge?

How to find skills, the easiest way to find skills is to search your competition. That’s right, when you do a search for the term “sales” on LinkedIn search box the results are the best profiles for that (skill) search term. Who are the sales leaders in your company? Look at their profiles and the competition to see what skills people in your industry have on their profile. But do it anonymously, you know, change your privacy settings!!! If your results turn into a hot lead you can even follow them on LinkedIn!

Here is how to follow others on LinkedIn ninja style: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140825165901-41330170-linkedin-business-intelligence-4-ways-to-follow-people-on-linkedin?trk=mp-reader-card

Which skills to add to your profile? When you are searching for skills for your profile don’t select the first skills you see. Be strategic, don’t just select MARKETING, ask yourself which skills are my customers are looking for? Is it “on line marketing, social media marketing, digital or email marketing that people need?” When you are searching in the skills box the dropdown will give you a list of skills and that list is in numerical order of number of searches. Aim for the skills that you have that are highest on the list since they are searched most often.

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Where to add the skills to have the best search results. On your LinkedIn profile the most optimized and highly searched areas start with your HEADLINE. Your headline should not be your job title and company name, you already have that in your experience section. Your headline should include at least 3 skills, tell people what you do (include a skill), who you help (include a skill), and how you help them (include a skill or two). Then strategically add skills at the beginning of your summary, and at the beginning of every paragraph. Then add at the bottom of the summary (after your call to action) type in the word SKILLS: add ten skills that you have the most endorsements for. Each job experience should include skills as well as the summary of each job. Make sure you select all 50 skills to add to your profile. Finally add skills to your interests section, these should be business interests (skills).

How to use the skills section on LinkedIn. To view the secrets behind the skills section click on the blue “View Profile As” then you will see your profile as your client would view it. Then scroll down to the skills section and click on the name of the skill. Behind each skill are people, topics, education, groups, articles, and additional skills related to the subject skill.

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These are additional skills you should add to your profile because they are related skills which could make you a better skills fit than your competition.

Here are the features of the skills section: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-8-ways-use-new-linkedin-skill-pages-have-been-updated-bixler?trk=prof-post

If you are sharing content with your leads the skills section is an ideal area to supply you with content for your customer, it has Lynda courses, Slideshare presentations, as well as Pulse articles related to your skills. You have to be the subject matter expert for your customer or your client’s resource for their problem. Slideshare and Pulse articles will give you an advantage over other sales people because they don’t have access to this information but you will. Make sure you share content about your customer’s interests not yours. There are thousands and thousands of articles to choose from.

As with any sales process you have to be consistent and persistent. LinkedIn is the same way and they are consistently changing, so you have to be persistent with the skills on your profile.

Many of my clients are leaders in sales, business development, training, and recruiting who recognize the need to attract customers through Corporate Strategic training of LinkedIn, one on one consulting, and private workshops. You are shown how to use all of LinkedIn’s resources. To discover how this process can benefit your organization, simply schedule an appointment on:

my calendar https://calendly.com/brucebix49.

Originally published for Peoplelinx.com

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and help business people understand the maize of LinkedIn features. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com

Bruce is a Retail professional with 30 years varied experiences. He has worked in every facet of retail, from being an entrepreneur, to having corporate positions with a “Fortune 500” company. After his corporate retail position was eliminated in 2009 he became involved with LinkedIn, Twitter, and social media in his job search.

In 2011 I started my own social media business, Hobknobery to provide one-on-one profile consultations, presentations, and workshops for LinkedIn. He expanded into social media marketing for small businesses, training recruiters how to use LinkedIn, and social selling for salespeople and business development. Most recently he has presented workshops for recruiters, outplacement companies, small business groups and companies as well as webinars for national retail businesses.


Three Misconceptions About Your LinkedIn Summary!

YOUR SUMMARY SHOULD BE IN THE THIRD PERSON! Wrong. Who is your ideal audience? If you want to be successful using LinkedIn as a marketing tool your profile has to be written in the first person. The only successful place I’ve seen written in the third person is on the dust jacket of a book. You want to talk to your customers as if you are talking to them face to face. They want to get to know like and trust you. Have a conversation with your reader. Most importantly be authentic!!

YOUR SUMMARY SHOULD BE ABOUT YOU! Wrong. Your summary should be customer focused. Not about you, but what you can do for your target audience. Address and help them achieve their goals, give them something they need, their “What’s in it for me”. Your summary should be about how you help solve your client or customer’s problem. Define the pain point in detail so that the client knows that you understand the pain and that you have the answer. If you are in job search show your customer (the hiring manager) that you understand their problem and have the answers to fix it. Demonstrate your expertise.

This could be your summary “Customer service driven corporate recruiting and retained executive search professional experienced managing full life cycle recruiting of exempt and non-exempt positions for emerging growth and venture capital-backed enterprises to the largest global corporations within the healthcare, consumer packaged goods, technology, manufacturing and service industries.”

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YOUR SUMMARY SHOULD BE SPRINKLED WITH KEYWORDS! Wrong, never use keywords on your LinkedIn profile. Your LinkedIn summary should be filled with searchable SKILLS. Strategically place the skills for SEO at the beginning of each sentence or at the top of a paragraph. Use the skills section of your profile to select the skills you want to be found for. The reason to use the skills section is because those skills are being searched for on LinkedIn. Customers are looking for people with a specific skill set.

YOUR SUMMARY IS ABOUT WHAT YOU DO, WHO YOU HELP, AND HOW YOU HELP THEM! Yes tell them what you do and be brief, may 2 or 3 sentences. Who do you help, small business, entrepreneurs, or enterprise customers. How you help them. What problem you solve for your ideal client or customer. Two things you must add to your summary at the bottom are SKILLS and a call to action. If they have read to the end of the summary, make worth it for them to reach out and contact you.

Many of my clients are leaders in sales, business development, training, and recruiting who recognize the need to attract customers through Corporate Strategic training of LinkedIn, one on one consulting, and private workshops. You are shown how to use all of LinkedIn’s resources. To discover how this process can benefit your organization, simply schedule an appointment on:

my calendar https://calendly.com/brucebix49.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com


Sharing Articles on LinkedIn Home Page Updates!

You start on the home page of your LinkedIn profile where it says to share an update.

Why, to establish yourself as a subject matter expert, to improve your LinkedIn SSI score, or to stay top of mind with your connections.

But how do you share articles or information with your network on LinkedIn? There are several ways to do that. First most blogs or web pages have share buttons.

A second way to share articles is to use the LinkedIn’s Sharing Bookmarklet. I use Google Chrome so all I had to do was left click and drag the the button to the tool bar at the top of my page.

Once there it is easy to share to LinkedIn homepage updates, add to Twitter, selsct a group to share it with or send it directly to an individual you think may be interested in the topic.

There is a third way to share articles on your home page and that is to open the article from the source which will generate a URL. Once the article is open copy the URL from the search box at the top of your page. Then go to your LinkedIn homepage click on share an update. Two boxes will open up. One box will say “Whats on your mind” this is where you put in a comment about the article. Form the comment into a question to generate interaction. The second box will be a share box, where you get to select with whom you want to share the article.

After you make your comment then you paste the copied URL from the article in the box. The URL will auto generate the title of the article, add a thumb nail image for you, and post the article to your LinkedIn feed once you hit the blue share button.

Bruce is sought out by leaders in sales, business development, training, and recruiting who recognize the need to attract client’s and customer’s through Corporate Strategic training of LinkedIn, one on one consulting, and private workshops. You are shown how to use all of LinkedIn’s resources. To discover how this process can benefit your organization, simply schedule an appointment on my calendar https://calendly.com/brucebix49.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com


Your LinkedIn Profile is Your Digital Internet of Things (IoT)

The definition. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects, devices, vehicles, buildings and other items which are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and networks, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. My LinkedIn profile is part of my network of (IoT), its an other item which is embedded with networks to exchange information with other connections using devices (Laptop and smartphone) and websites.

It starts with my LinkedIn profile page. These profiles collect useful data with the help of various existing technologies and then autonomously flow the data between other websites and devices. LinkedIn’s biggest device is an open source technology called Kafka that was originally developed to pass messages between the pieces of LinkedIn’s large web application.

That’s what your profile is meant to be used for, to pass your messages between the pieces (SlidShare, Lynda, Rapportive, and others) of LinkedIn’s web applications. On your profile page is your contact information that only your first degree connections can view.

This is the hub for your LinkedIn profile (IoT) Internet of Things. All of this contact information is on your profile and most people on LinkedIn do not use it or even know that it exists. It starts with your phone number and email address. Experienced users will know that you can add blogs, company websites, personal websites, RSS Feed, portfolio, and others. There are three basic websites that LinkedIn lets you add plus Twitter.

Other ways to add to your (IoT) Internet of Things would be to add your company to the LinkedIn platform. Then you can place your website address such as http://www.hobknobery.com directly underneath my current experience section position. When you place it there it becomes a hyperlink so when someone hovers over the link and clicks on it, it takes the reader of your LinkedIn profile directly to your company page on LinkedIn.

We are getting warmed up now. If you have other websites you use for your company you can add those ass well. Lets say you have a YouTube Channel that you would like to share with your connections. Go to your YouTube Channel and click on the URL link and copy it. Then go to your LinkedIn profile and “edit” it. At the top right corner of every section of your profile is sqaure with a (+) plus sign on it. Click on it.

This is what it looks like. Next screen will be a drop down and you will have two choices add a URL, which your are going to add, or it will ask you to find a file. Paste the URL you copied from your YouTube channel into the box the say http:// and LinkedIn will auto generate a title and description for you, which you should edit to make it SEO friendly.

Once that is done there will be a box with your media from Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-Ji2mhHzFW-tD55wWL7BOg which when you click on the image will take you directly to your YouTube channel.

One of the mainstays of your profile is your Twitter account which is separate from your websites. With a Twitter account added to your LinkedIn profile you can leverage two different digital media platforms simultaneously. When you post an update on your LinledIn profile you can share that update on Twitter at the same time provided your audiences are the same.

The next part of your (IoT) Internet of Things you can add to your LinkedIn profile is Slidshare. SlideShare is owned by LinkedIn and is actually part of your profile listed under “Interests”. You can have a separate SlidShare account but if you don’t you can add it through your LinkedIn profile. Some SlideShare stats you may want to know about: 70 million lusers, 159 million page views and 41% of B2B marketers use it to share content.

You can add four types of media to SlideShare, images, presentations, papers, and video. This is an opportunity to showcase what you are all about. Adding visual media to yur LinkedIn page will separate you from others in you industry. It will help you stand out and make you the subject matter esxpert in your field.

There are other sites you can add to your (IoT) Internet of Things on LinkedIn and one of them is an About.me page. https://about.me/brucebixler What you can do is set up your profile on About.me open the profile page so it generates a URL, then copy the URL go to edit your LinkedIn profile andd place it in the section of your profile that you feel it is the most appropriate. I put mine at the bottom of my LinkedIn Summary section since it is about me. The only thing you have to is have to do is click on the image and it will take the viewer directly to that web site.

If you are a blogger you can add your blog to one of the three websites LinkedIn lets you use. If you use WordPress you can share your blog on the LinkedIn platform every time you post. There are other sites you can add it’s just up to your imagination, have fun with your additions.

Bruce is sought out by leaders in sales, business development, training, and recruiting who recognize the need to attract clients and customers through Corporate Strategic training of LinkedIn, one on one consulting, and private workshops. You are shown how to practically use all of LinkedIn’s resources. To discover how this process can benefit your organization, simply reply to this email bruce@hobknobery.com or call Bruce at 224-221-9700.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com


Here is a shortcut for finding how many LinkedIn connections you have!

Earlier I created a YouTube video on how to find connections versus how many followers you have. It was a two-step process. What I have discovered since is an easy way to find out how many actual connections you have.

First thing is to start on profile page and go to the toolbar at the top and click on the connections tab. Do not select any of the items in the dropdown menu.

Second step is to go half way down the page in the middle until you see “Filter by all Contacts” There is a dropdown arrow click on it. It will give you choices of: all contacts, connections only, company, tag, location, title, and source. Select connections only.

Step three after you select “connections only” start scrolling down the page and at the top of the page your actual number of first degree connections will appear at the top of the list.

While you are there take a few moments and reconnect with a few of them to stay top of mind.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about Social Selling and LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at BruceBix49@gmail.com


Social Selling Starts With Your Profile! The most important business profile and its platform is LinkedIn!

Is your LinkedIn profile a reflection of what you have to offer your connections. Is it complete, does it have an attractive photo, does it have a marketable Headline, and is your summary a sales pitch or a solution for your connection.

It is imperative that your profile is complete and professional looking. Customers will take one look at an incomplete profile and move on to next one. Why, because if your profile is missing something or is incomplete that customer is going to think one of three things.

1) You are lazy and didn’t get to finish your profile. If you can’t complete your profile, it makes them think will you complete their work.
2) You don’t know how. If you dont know how to complete something for yourself why would they want to hire you knowing you don’t know how to complete their work.
3) You don’t have time to complete it. If you don’t have time for your profile are you going to have time to help them with their problem.

Do you have a photo on your profile to sell yourself? People want to see who they are going to be working with. A picture could be worth not only a thousand words but a thousand dollars.

Your headline is the most important section of your LinkedIn profile. It is called a headline for a reason. It is meant to attract customers and entice them to view the rest of your profile. The headline also shows up in 23 different actions you perform on LinkedIn. But the most important place your headline shows up is in Google search.

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Your headline should be a marketing statement about what you do, who you help and how you help them. The headline, like your profile is about them, or what’s in it for them. The headline is not about you.

Your summary has three parts. The first part is about contact information. How can people contact you after they have read your headline and summary.

The second part of the summary is a story of solving problems in three paragraphs about what you do that solves a problem, who you help solve their problem, and how you can them solve their problem. The summary should be outward facing and targeted to your customer, recruiter, or client.

The third and final section should be for a call to action: Contact me to see how I can solve your company’s ( ) problems. Include your email address again. If they get this far you want to make sure you capture their attention with your contact info.

Here is my call to action. If you would like continuing information about Social Selling and LinkedIn I’m always happy to connect with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help with LinkedIn.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at bruce@hobknobery.com


An EASY fix to remove those Edit pencils on your LinkedIn Profile.

Don’t you just love it when you scroll over your LinkedIn profile and all of those little edit pencils pop up so you can change ANything on your profile. There is a way to eliminate those pencils so you can view certain sections of your profile.

If you don’t want to edit your profile, I found this by accident when I clicked on the blue button that says “VIEW PROFILE AS”. It changed the screen to how your connections would view your profile. Now you have to look carefully at the top of your profile for “This is what your profile looks like to
Connections”. And next to this verbiage is an up and down arrow.

When you click on the down arrow you can also view a public profile as seen from Google. This is the view when you come up in search results for your name on Google. It looks much like the old version of the LinkedIn profile.

So when you want to go on your profile to look at the people that endorsed you for a skill or you want to click on a section of your profile that has a visual media link you will be able to do so.

I’m always happy to connect on LinkedIn with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at bruce@hobknobery.com


LinkedIn: How to search Your Connections By Industry!

Did you know you can search all of your connections on your LinkedIn profile? How do you do it? If you have a lot of connections like some people do, you may want to go through your connections for lead generation for a certain industry.

If you are in sales, business development or lead generation, this advanced search feature will be immensely helpful for you.

Where to start? Start on your profile page. Go to the search box at the top of the page and put in your full name. Step two select people for search, then THIS IS THE IMPORTANT PART click on the magnifying glass for search. A list of everyone with your name will show up.

Your name will show up first in the search. Beneath your LinkedIn information will be the word “Similar” and the number of connections 500+ you have in green print. Click on the number and it will reveal a list of all of your connections.

Once you are in this screen, on the far left side is a set of filters. The filters are 1) Relationships – 1st connections, 2nd connections, groups, and 3rd & everyone else. 2) Location – top 5 are listed you can add others. 3) Current company – top 5 are listed you can add others. 4) INDUSTRY – top 5 are listed you can add others. 5) Past companies, 6) Schools, 7) Profile language, 8) Nonprofit interests, and 9) even though it is a premium filter, you can search groups, bet you didn’t know that.

For salespeople, lead generation, or the business development, the INDUSTRY filter is one of your best opportunities to search and find what you are looking for.

I’m always happy to connect on LinkedIn with people who PERSONALIZE their request. My email address is BruceBix49@gmail.com. If you find this information valuable please pass this on to others who need help.

I build practically perfect LinkedIn profiles and exemplary executive resumes. Contact me if you need help at 224-221-9700 or Email me at bruce@hobknobery.com