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How to become an in demand employer with LinkedIn

Posted by Drew Palmer on Fri, Feb 10, 2017 @ 04:16 PM

When we consider using LinkedIn for business purposes, we immediately think networking and lead generation. But there's more to LinkedIn than meets the eye. With LinkedIn business and career pages, you can position your firm as an "employer of choice," that is, the kind of company that everyone wants to work for. We'll show you how to do it.

Every day millions of job-seekers use LinkedIn to find work. Some may simply reach out to as many employers as possible, while others may be more selective. Particularly skilled applicants may only contact employers if the firm's LinkedIn page looks professional, well-written and highly recommended. Who can blame them? The implication, therefore, is clear: a well-managed LinkedIn page can create a pipeline of highly qualified job applicants.

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Tags: company profile, best practices, social media, LinkedIn

Using LinkedIn to Become an Employer of Choice

Posted by Drew Palmer on Fri, Mar 14, 2014 @ 11:28 AM

When we consider using LinkedIn for business purposes, we immediately think networking and lead generation. But there's more to LinkedIn than meets the eye. Thanks to the new LinkedIn business and career pages, you can also use it to portray your firm as an "employer of choice," that is, the kind of company that everyone wants to work for. This post shows you how to do it.

Every day millions of job-seekers use LinkedIn to find work. Some may simply reach out to as many employers as possible, while others may be more selective. Particularly skilled applicants may only contact employers if the firm's LinkedIn page looks professional, well-written and highly recommended. Who can blame them? The implication, therefore, is clear: a well-managed LinkedIn page can create a pipeline of highly qualified job applicants.

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Tags: company profile, best practices, social media, LinkedIn