By Ron S. LaVine, MBA, President and Founder of Accelerated Sales Training >
Display your Twitter account on your LinkedIn profile
Check this box.
[Make sure to click Save Changes] or Cancel
Manage your WeChat settings [optional]
Add WeChat account with QR code
It’s easy, and only takes a few seconds.
WeChat integration allows you to:
Display your WeChat name and QR code on your LinkedIn profile to make it easier for people to reach you.
Here you can edit your name, location & industry.
First Name: [Your first name should appear here]
Last Name: [Your last name should appear here]
Former/Maiden Name: [Optional. It may make it easier for prospects and customers to find you]
Display Name: [Choose your name]
This option is disabled when you have a public profile. Change Public Profile Settings.
[Create a Professional “Headline” filled with key search words prospects would use to find IBI]
Location & Industry
Country: [Choose your Country]
Zip Code: [Your Zip Code should appear here]
Location Name: [Choose your location]
Choose your Area
Choose your Industry
Note: Country, Postal Code and Industry info is shared across all of your profiles. Any changes you make here will be applied to your other profiles.
None [Choose None] or Premium Account (whichever applies)
[Save Changes] or Go back to Settings
Edit your profile
[Make sure you click Done editing]
Manage your recommendations
Received – Manage recommendations you’ve received. (Looking for recommendations, you’ve made? Click here.)
Given – Manage recommendations you’ve sent
Show: [Check Show All]
Ask for recommendations – Ask your connections to recommend you
Start asking your co-workers, former co-workers, friends and/or best customers to write a “brief” recommendation about you.
What do you want to be recommended for?
Choose one of your Job Titles. Add a job or school if needed.
Who do you want to ask?
[Type in the Connection’s Name] – You can add 200 more recipients
Create your message
From: Your Name should be here.
Subject: Enter a subject line.
Note: Instead of Can you recommend me? I prefer to use “Need your help please.”]
This is the standard LinkedIn Message:
I’m sending this to ask you for a brief recommendation of my work that I can include in my LinkedIn profile. If you have any questions, let me know.
Thanks in advance for helping me out.
I suggest you write your own personal message. For example:
When you have a moment, maybe you can help me.
Would you please jot down a couple of sentences about what you thought about the workshops by finishing these two sentences or something like them?
I thought Ron’s training was…
It helped me to…
I’d really appreciate it.
- If there is anything I can do to help you, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Note: Each recipient will receive an individual email. This will not be sent as a group email.
Remember to Click Send or Cancel
Edit your public profile
Public Profile – Take control of how you appear in public search results by using many key search words.
Customize Your Public Profile – Control how you appear when people search for you on Google, Yahoo!, Bing, etc.
Make my public profile visible to no one
Make my public profile visible to everyone [Choose this one]
Basics Name, industry, location, number of recommendations
Volunteer Experiences & Causes
Honors and Awards
Your public profile URL
For Example: www.linkedin.com/in/ronlavine
Customize your public profile URL – [Make your name as your LinkedIn URL]
Create a profile badge to promote your profile like this.
Create a badge for your email.