LinkedIn Perfect Profile Article

LinkedIn Perfect ProfilePublished on December 2, 2018 in the New York Post.  Written by Maridel Reyes

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Strike the right tone

For most people, writing in the first person is most appropriate. “It’s more compelling and approachable,” says Long. Just be careful not to sound too braggy or self-centered in your profile. Instead, paint a picture of how you work with others or help clients.

Avoid referring to yourself in the third person, which can come off as stodgy — or worse, like an obituary. And always include some kind of a call to action: View my website, reach me at this email, or sign up for an exploratory call.

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