Dec 23 Posted 2 years ago
Tipping, believe it or not, is not just a city in China. However, most people these days pay with either a credit or debit card while buying essentially anything, so plastic is used for tips. There are a number of reasons why one should tip servers with cash at every possible instance. Article source: https://personalmoneynetwork.com/payday-loans/
Jun 19 Posted 2 years ago
Thank you for the article!
Please, help me understand one point with my LinkedIn profile.
LinkedIn proposes me “Improve your profile”. And suggests to fill “What’s your current position?”
At the moment I study at DBA(Doctor of Business Administration) program. What is the best way to reflect that fact – in “current position” or in “education”?
And what to write? “I study…” ?
Thank you in advance,
Dec 15 Posted 4 years ago
People coming to LinkedIn are there for a professional purpose than just connecting with their friends and families. Everyone right from your MD to CEO to Board Directors to Chairman have a LinkedIn profile. It gives an indication on how people are in there professional lives. With more and more social media platforms being used to conduct interviews, your LinkedIn profile is a valuable source of information to millions of people across the globe.
Neglecting your LinkedIn profile may simple mean handing over your chances to someone else. Here's an interesting article on how to get the best out of your LinkedIn profile http://bit.ly/u0pXnO
Feb 7 Posted 5 years ago
Thank you Susanne for the Linked-In commercial.
Jan 20 Posted 5 years ago
Some really great insight in your article.
I would add that interacting on a regular basis will show up on your profile screen and that others will be able to view this on their end. The more you contribute, the more people's perception about you will shift towards a vangaurd of your industry.
It's not an easy thing to write and then have people actually CARE enough about what you say, to warrant responses. (like this one.)
I consult my clients to treat their LinkedIn profile as if it were their own website. So many professionals will be searching LinkedIn's enormous user database. You definitely want to "look the part". Seeing is believing. Just make sure you have content and a perspective that is unique and people will actually begin to notice you.
It takes time and effort, but it's better than wasting your money on ridiculous PPC (Pay-Per-Click) advertising.
Overall....great article. :D
Jan 13 Posted 5 years ago
Thanks, Suzanne. I was unaware that when you Google my name, my LinkedIn profile is the second result. Incentive to keep it informative and up to date.
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