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Linkedin: Tell Your Story, Land the Job Paperback – June 15, 2015
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Author Jeff Norman and the Big Sur Historical Society have collaborated to tell the complex story of Big Sur's origins and the social fabric that ties the community together to this day. Jeff Norman, a biologist, historian, and writer, has lived on the Big Sur Coast since 1970.
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I mainly use linked in as a social media outlet for my blog and less about job searching. After reading this ebook, I'm now more fluent on what linked in is all about and how to spruce up my resume to entice employers to want to contact me. This ebook is probably best suited for those that haven't started on linked in yet or have no clue what linked in is and how to get the most use out of it.
I got this free as part of a product review but this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.
*I received this ebook in exchange for an honest and unbiased review, all opinions are my own.
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Nothing dramatically new in the book. Mostly stuff users of LinkedIn should already know.