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How Not to Suck at LinkedIn: 30 Easy Cures for the Most Common LinkedIn Profile Mistakes Kindle Edition

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"While other Social Media 'Experts' share tactics and gimmicks, 'How Not to Suck at LinkedIn' is a must read because it contains a solid strategy that supports all the advice Joshua shares in the book."
-Kevin Kermes, founder Career Attraction
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In "'How Not to Suck at LinkedIn' Joshua has put together an essential resource for the modern-day job seeker. In short: If you're on LinkedIn and want a job, you NEED to read 'How Not to Suck at LinkedIn.'
-Zachary Stockill

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  • File Size: 622 KB
  • Print Length: 82 pages
  • Publisher: Career Enlightenment LLC; 2016 edition (June 11, 2014)
  • Publication Date: June 11, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KXK1XDU
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Joshua Waldman is an authority on leveraging social media to find employment. He is the author of Job Searching With Social Media For Dummies, and his writing has appeared in Forbes, Mashable and the International Business Times.

Joshua's career blog, CareerEnlightenment.com, helps thousands of readers each month to get ahead using his job advice. Joshua is a speaker and trainer who specializes in helping job seekers gain control of their careers in today's competitive economic and technology climates. He presents keynotes, trainings and breakout sessions around the country for students, career advisors, consortiums and professional organizations.

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I enjoyed Joshua Waldman's book! My only complaint was a few minor justification issues in the chapter titles.

The writing is full of solid tips and reasons why you should follow the advice. Included are things to add, things to delete, reasons why you should grow your network before you need it if possible and so very much more.

Yes, sure, you might be able to find these tips on the internet for "free" but in this book they compiled nearly into chapters for you in one book without having to search them out.

My LinkedIn account has always been more of a novelty than a useful tool. I am going to be changing several things in my profile to make it more useable!
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Before reading this book, I was getting a steady trickle of profile views and occasionally a message from another member that may or may not be of interest. Within a week of reading and applying this book, I average 50 profile views and at least one person contacting me about a job that aligns with my skills every day.
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Good guide for what to do on LinkedIn. Joshua Waldmen has been doing this for awhile and does a great job helping others learn how to navigate this job search network. LinkedIn changes frequently, so be aware that some methods for the book may have been replaced, changed or dropped. Happy job searching.
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This short guide book to improving your look on Linked In is easy to use and follow and very specific. It includes screen shots in a few places where you need to see exactly what to do on Linked In. Also, this covers some issues that have changed a lot for older job-seekers and workers. For instance, between about 1975 and 1995, it was unthinkable to include a photo with anything that had to do with job-hunting: the problems of race and gender discrimiantion were huge. Now, I guess we're past that - Waldman point out you MUST have a photo, and a good one. Also, having more than one job every 10 or 15 years was the sign of the dreaded "job-hopper." Now, Waldman points out you should have at least 5 positions in your experience section. These are big changes, and this little book can make you aware, and ready you to take action.
Side note - I have an LG G2 Android phone, and I found this easier to read on my phone than any other way.
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The only criticism I have is that I would have liked to learn a little bit more on how to network, not just the profile improvements. But, overall: GREAT!
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Excellent reference to better understand LinkedIn, it's function in the workplace and tips. Good references and examples to update a profile.
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This really breaks down the elements and takes away the mystic of LinkedIn. Thanks for the good read and can't wait for more great tips.
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The book is very helpful, especially if just started to use LinkedIn. The book may be short but it refutes a lot of misconceptions.
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