Oct
27

Where Are You?

posted on October 27th, 2016 by Sydney Slavin in General,Professional Development,Profile Development,Quick Tips | How-To's with 0 Comments

Hello there, where are you located? While helping our clients with their prospecting efforts, I’ve noticed the location on a personal profile often differs from the location listed on their company’s LinkedIn Company Page. Deciding which location to consider the “right one” creates quite the predicament for me. I have to decide if the person […]

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Oct
25

I’m Not Going to Hunt You Down

posted on October 25th, 2016 by Erin Miller in Job Seekers,Recruiting | Hiring,Strategy with 0 Comments

There’s an interesting thing that happens in recruiting. It’s something that I’ve experienced firsthand, but has also recently come up in conversation with two fellow recruiters: A candidate applies for a job, or expresses interest in an opportunity, and then goes completely silent. No response to emails or calls. No follow-up on status of resume […]

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Oct
20

Landing Your Professional Messaging

posted on October 20th, 2016 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,Training with 0 Comments

When this post was originally published in July 2014, we received such a great response. Since then, it has been shared and referenced over and over again. For those that haven’t read it yet, we’d thought we’d share it again; a great reminder about the importance of a professional brand. Enjoy!   We talk with […]

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Oct
18

Recruiters – Save Candidate Profiles as PDFs

posted on October 18th, 2016 by Sydney Slavin in General,Quick Tips | How-To's,Recruiting | Hiring with 0 Comments

Recruiters, have you ever had a client that wished they could review the candidate profiles from LinkedIn Recruiter as many times as they like at their own convenience? If so, I have a super quick and easy solution for you. Save the profiles as a PDF. Instead of clicking “ask for review”, clicking “save as PDF” […]

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Oct
13

LinkedIn Hashtags Increase Your Visibility

posted on October 13th, 2016 by Colleen McKenna in Publishing,Quick Tips | How-To's,Social Selling,Strategy with 0 Comments

LinkedIn has been pretty slow to embrace hashtags, but that’s changing. Hashtags help curate content, develop and rally a community and amplify messages. Hashtags can be distracting and disruptive, but they are everywhere. My children in the course of a conversation whether light-hearted or serious will drop a “hashtag <insert topic>.” This pop reference tends […]

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Oct
11

Community Trumps a Network

posted on October 11th, 2016 by Colleen McKenna in General,Intero Team,Your Network with 0 Comments

There is a lot to consider when selecting a college or university. Some more important than others. A great dining hall and fitness center rank pretty high these days, and I totally get that. Others wonder and ask about safety statistics, internship options, and graduation rates. All valid considerations. Have you wondered how they will […]

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Oct
06

7 Reasons You Should Have a FOMO LinkedIn Mindset

posted on October 6th, 2016 by Colleen McKenna in Career,Development,Recruiting | Hiring,Training with 0 Comments

When this post was originally published in August 2013, we received such a great response. Since then, it has been shared and referenced multiple times. For those that haven’t read it yet, we’d thought we’d share it again. Enjoy! Do you know what FOMO is? I was listening to my college-aged daughter and her roommates earlier […]

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Sep
29

Thought Leader? Don’t Miss Your Opportunity.

posted on September 29th, 2016 by Colleen McKenna in CEOs,Publishing,Quick Tips | How-To's with 0 Comments

Are you a thought leader? If so, what kind? Katie Levinson from LinkedIn identifies three types of thought leaders in her recent blog post, How Employee Advocacy Can Lift Your Thought Leadership. Industry: Your organization is knowledgeable about news and trends. Employees have a viewpoint on the future of the industry and a plan to shape that […]

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Sep
27

Turn One Piece of Content into Multiple Posts

posted on September 27th, 2016 by Colleen McKenna in CEOs,Marketing,Strategy with 0 Comments

Turning one piece of content into 14 posts is much easier than looking for, reading and sharing 14 different pieces of content. Most people are not maximizing content posting and sharing because they either don’t create original content and aren’t comfortable with how to position someone else’s content. The intent behind posting and sharing content […]

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