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How to Use LinkedIn to Advance Your Career

5/2/19

Social media offers opportunities for networking and building your career, but there are many pitfalls along the way. LinkedIn is the most popular platform for professionals. Click here to learn how to make good use of it to help achieve … Continued

LinkedIn Professional: Profile Development Tips

10/2/18

LinkedIn is a tool for students and alumni to build connections, but frequently, many don’t quite know how to maximize their digital presence online. LinkedIn is one of many tools you can use to create a digital stamp that embodies … Continued

LinkedIn Bonanza

9/19/17

In the world of social media, we mainly focus on the “fun” social potential of platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. However, it turns out that social media can be used as a tool for professional development and networking, and … Continued

Building a Strong LinkedIn Profile

6/12/17

  Use keywords in your summary statement. Many employers search by keyword, so use keywords—technical terms and skills—from your field. Not sure what your best keywords are? Find profiles of people who hold the job you’d like to get and … Continued

Did you know this? My favorite LinkedIn tip…

1/17/17

Learn what alumni have done with their degrees after leaving Carolina! On your LinkedIn profile, hover over “my network” and click on “find alumni.” At the time of this writing, there are 158,531 UNC students and alumni on LinkedIn. From … Continued

Are You Branded, How Do Employers Find You?

10/3/16

Forbes contributor Shama Hyder writes in her article, “7 Things You Can Do to Build an Awesome Personal Brand,” … today almost every individual has a personal brand. Not many of us have consciously cultivated these brands, but they exist … Continued

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Usage

3/2/16

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Usage Include a Professional Photo Profiles with pictures are 11 times more likely to be viewed!   Change Your Profile’s URL I suggest changing it to a variation of your first and last … Continued