Job Seeker Tips


As seen on LinkedIn: Art + Science = The Power of Storytelling

Only a few years ago, the mere suggestion of embracing “storytelling” in our online branding was frowned upon by anyone outside the entertainment industry. Some of us found the whole …

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3 Ways Your LinkedIn Profile Wins with This Super Bowl Strategy

This “how to” tip won’t improve your chances of winning the office Super Bowl pool, but it can positively affect your chances to differentiate yourself from your competition. It’s a …

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Did You See Linda Kempin on PBS? Here’s Her FREE Offer for MPT Viewers

“LinkedIn…No Longer an Add-on Career Management Activity”                                               …

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4 Reasons Why College Graduates Should Reconsider LinkedIn

I get it: College-age students don’t find LinkedIn a “fun” place to hang out. Creating a LinkedIn profile seems like too much work, developing your personal brand is daunting, and …

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Job Seekers: Stay Ahead of Your Competition with the New LinkedIn Job Search App

Looking for a job is a full-time job! Especially in a challenging economy. LinkedIn has invested a lot of energy into creating tools for job seekers, coupled with its proprietary tools like …

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What Does the Justice Department Know That You Don’t About the Value of Your LinkedIn Presence?

Obviously quite a bit, since they just contracted last week to spend $544k  to enhance the Justice Department’s image via its “company profile” and its access to talent for future employees as …

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Should You Post Your Pic with Your Social Media Profile?

I always encourage my clients to upload a photo with each social media profile—preferably a right-sized headshot that’s close enough to view your smiling face but is not too intensively in everyone else’s face. …

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Linda Kempin featured on LisaFM: How LinkedIn is Revolutionizing Our Interactions with “Relative Strangers”

Watch the video of Linda Kempin featured on LisaFM: How LinkedIn is Revolutionizing Our Interactions with “Relative Strangers”
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