Is your LinkedIn Profile optimised?
In today’s digital age, having a LinkedIn profile can help you land a job and connect with employers in your industry. Our experts can help you craft a LinkedIn profile that will get you noticed.
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Do you want an eye-catching LinkedIn Profile?
Our Career Coaches can help you write a powerful LinkedIn profile that enhances your career profile and increases your LinkedIn profile visibility with recruiters around the world.
Our expert career consultants have helped over 3000 job seekers get their profile seen on LinkedIn by recruiters and employers.
Our combined passion for helping people get jobs along with our expertise in HR & Recruitment will help you craft a standout LinkedIn profile that gets you more job interviews.
Our Professional LinkedIn Profile Writing Service Includes
How do we create the Best LinkedIn Profile for you?
LINKEDIN PROFILE ANALYSIS
- One-on-one session with your professional LinkedIn profile writer
- Detailed LinkedIn profile analysis
- Identification of key strengths and areas for improvement
LINKEDIN PROFILE RESOURCES
- Get access to Career Resources & Counselling hub
- Watch training videos from Top Australian recruiters & career counsellors.
- Learn the “Art of LinkedIn profile Writing”
- Upskill & develop essential job-hunting skills
LINKEDIN PROFILE TEMPLATE & DRAFT
- Get access to dynamic & professional LinkedIn profile templates
- Create your first draft using our Career Resources
- Submit your LinkedIn profile draft for enhancement/refining
LINKEDIN COUNSELLING / COACHING
- One-to-one LinkedIn profile writing sessions with Certified Linkedin profile writers
- Optimise your LinkedIn profile with our friendly counsellors & coaches
LINKEDIN PROFILE PERFECTION
- Get ongoing support from Top Career Coaching professionals
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Why choose our LinkedIn profile writing service?
- Get 5x more visibility from employers & recruiters
- Get 3x more Job interviews
- End up with a LinkedIn profile crafted to catch employers' attention
- Get a competitive edge over other applicants
- Get noticed by the best job networks and recruiters
Why we are the best LinkedIn Profile writers?
Our LinkedIn Coaching team have helped clients get to page 1 of LinkedIn candidate searches for 10 years
We use proven keyword optimisation strategies to help your LinkedIn profile get seen 5x more than other candidates
Our Career Coaches implement strategies to help attract recruiters directly to your LinkedIn profile to get you more job interviews
80% of our clients have secured jobs directly using our LinkedIn profile writing services
Proven LinkedIN Profile Advice & Career Tips
Discover the art of writing a great Linked In profile to score your next job interview!
Having a profile on LinkedIn lends you credibility as a potential employee, and also acts as an up-to-date online resume. In addition to showcasing your skills and experience, being on LinkedIn helps you stay in touch with companies, build your professional networks, and communicate directly with people in your field. You can also stay informed about news in your industry, as well as the latest developments from companies you may be interested in.
LinkedIn also has groups you can be part of, which is handy if you’re after relevant tips and tricks.
– Professional profile photo
– Background image related to your industry
– A custom headline: ideally it should include more than just your current job description and summarises who you are as an employee and your goal/mission.
– A good summary: your ‘story’ including achievements, key skills, projects and what you can offer
– List relevant skills with keywords
– Highlight your greatest achievements
– Your own published content
As well as Seek, Indeed and other job boards, companies and recruiters will often list available jobs on LinkedIn. This is handy, because while you’re looking at the job description you can also see a profile of the company itself, and its employees. This can give you more of an idea of the company, its culture, and the type of people who work there.
As well as potential employers going on LinkedIn and seeing your profile there, it can also help you rank on Google. In this day and age, employers will often do their research on potential employees and clients, and having your LinkedIn profile appear will enhance your visibility. The popularity of LinkedIn as a platform means that it’s generally easier to get your LinkedIn page to rank on Google than your own self-made portfolio website.
Ideally not. If you have skills across multiple industries, you can combine them into one LinkedIn profile.
Having a strong LinkedIn profile with solid keywords and a clear outline of your achievements can help you be found. You can also update your settings so that you can be seen as ‘Open to work’ so recruiters find you!
As well as networking, LinkedIn is a great platform to share content you have created with your networks. Given the popularity of LinkedIn, the knowledge you share can potentially reach quite a large audience, including potential employers.
Ideally, you should:
– Share content
– Post original content and write about what you know
– Ask friends to share your posts
– Link content you post to your website or other content
– Post any publications that may have published your work – this includes scientific journals, books, magazines, or websites.
As well as adding current and former teammates, employers and people in your club or volunteer group, you can add mentors and influential people in your field to keep up with their career tips, news and other relevant content. Commenting on their posts will not only get you potentially noticed, but also helps you establish and create rapport with other people in your field by contributing your ideas, thoughts and opinions.
– Share news or content that are relevant to your networks and industry
– Post your recent work-related experience, including internships
– Post any courses you might be taking – not just your university experience, but short courses and workshops count as well. This will keep potential employers up to date with your skills and education.
– List any volunteer or club activities that show community engagement. This may include church groups, environmental organisations, animal shelters, sports teams or clubs – anything that shows causes and values that you feel strongly about, as well as your willingness to contribute to the community.