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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

How You Should Edit The New LinkedIn Profile Headline?

More importantly is WHY you should edit your LinkedIn headline.

There are twenty five reasons to make changes to your profile.

Number one, should be to incorporate keywords into this section

of LinkedIn. The reason for keywords here is that the headline is

the most heavily weighted area for search.

The headline is the first impression that other LinkedIn members see when they view your profile. Does

your headline tell others what you do? Does your headline tell others who you help? Does your headline

tell others how you can solve their problems? More importantly does your headline emphasize your “UVP”

(Unique Value Position)?

The LinkedIn headline is the most important piece of real estate on your profile. It is the ONLY totally

customizable section that you can personalize on your LinkedIn profile!

Reasons two through twenty four are all the actions you perform on LinkedIn. Actions such as joining a

group, endorsing someone’s skills or expertise, commenting on an article, adding connections, or sharing

an article with your LinkedIn connections.

The last, and maybe the most important reason is that when someone searches for your name on Google your

whole LinkedIn headline show up in the search results. If your profile if optimized like your headline

your LinkedIn profile will show up on page one.