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How to Create Professional Profile on LinkedIn?

Updated on May 15, 2019
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Solopreneur | Digital Marketer | Marketing Trainer | B2B Marketing Expert


1. Start with Signup

Easy to Use it:

First of all, go on and click on the Signup button. Put up all the details like Name, email, Contact No, D.O.B etc. When you will do that then you will get a link for the verification. So open that email you have used while signup. Then click on the verification link and then it will verify by LinkedIn.

2. Add Profile Picture

Look, Professional:

When profile will create then you will see multiple options of the LinkedIn profile with your name like Cover image, Profile image etc. So, first of all, take your picture using a good quality of the camera and edit it. Keep in mind, the background of the image should be white to look professional.

3. Add Cover Image

Creative Design:

Then, create a cover image along with some unique content so that the user can easily understand your thoughts or service. Also, you can implement anything whatever you have expertise. Once your cover image will read just add it.

4. Make A Title

Add Your Job Title Or Expertise:

The title of your profile should be unique. The title represents about your Expertise also if you are Edupreneur and Freelance Consultant, you can put it like this “Edupreneur | Freelancer Consultant”. So for example, if anyone searching consultants like you and your profile listed on the right side of the LinkedIn page then the user can easily reach to you based on your title.

So Basically, we adding the title on our profile so that user can easily understand we are doing or In which field we have expertise. Even you can add on your designation as well if you are working somewhere.

5. Briefly Summary

Tell Them About Profession:

Below the title section, next one is summary. A summary is a very important section of your LinkedIn profile. If you are an Entrepreneur you should add about your past experience, achievements, promotions and many more. The summary helps you when any user sees your profile then they can easily read ours about your profession. It should be in descriptive and point-to-point so that user can understand it.

Also, you can add on many things and it’s totally based on your profile. For example, If I am an Entrepreneur then I will that kind of content:

“My happiness begins with my employee so If you want to build up your career in the IT field, here is a right opportunity for you.”.

As you can see above, this line shows I am very caring perform in front of my employees and also I required employee and that we here are opening for some positions. So that kind of pitch lines you can also add in your summary.

6. Experience

Your Past & Present Experience:

In the experience section, share your all experience including:

a) When you started your job with (Date & Year)?
b) What was your job profile?
c) What technical sound you have?
d) Add on promotions, if you got.

All these options should be added with the past and present experience so that when user will look your profile he/she can think about if they will hire you how long you can work with them. Keep in mind, only that expertise show off don’t try to add fake content because the reason is LinkedIn is a very high professional platform for everyone.

7. Education

About Your Qualification:

Education shows in which field you have complete your graduation or post graduation etc. So you should add along with the starting year and pass out the year with your field so that if you are fresher and you are looking for internship program then companies contact you directly.

8. License & Certification

Share Your Achievements:

During your education or job, if you got any kind of achievement or license of any exam you should be added underneath this section. Based on your achievements, your profile looks stronger and anyone can hire you easily.

To read properly and evaluate it. So, guys, this article is based on point-to-point and valuable content. If you have any query in your mind, just comment below. I would love to share the solution of your inquiry.

Thank you, All the Best!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Amarpreet Singh


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