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Manage Professional Identity on Linkedin Easily

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LinkedIn is a form of social networking site that is available for professional people. It was founded in December 2002 and launched on 5th May, 2013. The site is available in 20 languages and it has more than 259 million followers. LinkedIn allows users to endorse each other’s skills and this feature allows them to comment on others profile. Thus, network building is strengthened.

Wouldn’t it be great if someone could tell that by adding a photo to the profile or sharing a particular article with the LinkedIn network, the LinkedIn profile would be 11 times more likely to be viewed and potentially attract more professional opportunities? Well, everyone on LinkedIn can be happy because it has become possible and available to the users now.

The new Who’s Viewed Your Profile has been introduced which is packed with new visual analytic and actionable insights that are designed to give users more ways to manage their professional identity and increase their visibility across LinkedIn.

Who’s Viewed Your Profile is one of the most popular destinations on LinkedIn already, it has always given its members a way to discover new opportunities and be discovered by others, but the makers always felt that the full potential hadn’t been unlocked yet. But now the key is given with access to more data driven insights such as industry where the viewers work, the keywords that led to someone’s profile, how someone is found by the viewer, and new insights. Thus, all these things would help in identifying trends and enable one to align with the professional brand with their profession goals.

The most exciting new feature added is the real time professional tips on actions one can take to make oneself more discoverable to other like minded professionals, business partners or potential employers on LinkedIn.

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