LinkedIn in its attempts to improve the overall user experience has introduced new enhancements to the personal pages of all LinkedIn Premium users. This latest update allows members to stand out among the crowd and showcase their unique personal brand.
LinkedIn has introduced 5 types of functional improves.
1. Visual Enhancement:
The latest visual enhancement includes an expanded profile header, a larger profile photo, early access to the custom profile background which is in the pipeline and an exclusive gallery of background images.
2. Profile optimisation suggestions:
Updating your profile with the correct content and optimising your profile to get found on search is often a daunting task. With LinkedIn’s new top keyword suggestions, knowing what to put on your profile is going to be so much easier.
3. Stand out in search results:
With search results of premium users to look twice as bigger than of non-paid members, you are definitely going to stand ahead of competition.
4. Open profile option:
This new option enables all users to view your full personal account enabling you to be open for more opportunities as people are able to reach out to you freely.
5. Better analytic options:
The improved analytics option enables you to see a full 90-day list of who viewed your profile which will help you expand your network as well as open up to new business relationships. In addition, access to the top 100 results of How You Rank against your first-degree connections and company will also be possible. This will allow you to compare yourself on the level presence and influence you have against your peers.
So there you go, a quick run through of all the latest features LinkedIn introduced. What you should also know is that this is their first of many attempts to add more value to premium customers and you should also check out their latest Premium Spotlight package.
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