I've had clients say ❝the coaching alone was worth it!❞
Here's more of what they've said...
I wish I had found Jared before I spent money with another business to help me professionalize my resume & profile➤
Using his tips, my profile jumped to the third position in the LinkedIn search results...
Jared [gave] my resume and LinkedIn profile a fantastic makeover; also SEO, interviews...you name it!➤
Jared will tell you his honest opinions and why things work the way they do, and that's why you hire him...
In a sea of self-professed LinkedIn experts, resume doctors, and career coaches, Jared backs up his vision with superior results!➤
I received tons of tips, advise, and best practices...
Science of Recommendations
Here's the science behind why recommendations matter. Social proof is hugely important!
Think of that last purchase from Amazon. Didn't you consider the reviews?
See our 5-part series: Recommendations That POP - Tips, Templates & Examples in one PDF.
Reasons to Recommend
Always earn a recommendation! If I haven't helped you already, see our blog for some of The Best LinkedIn #ProfilesThatPOP Content Out There.
If you are NOT getting LinkedIn notifications or feed content you want, it's because liking and following are no longer enough to keep seeing content you want.
Here's a post I did about that, straight from the horse's mouth!
ENGAGEMENT is a Win-Win - it helps spread the word, and brings visibility to your profile!
In my free content, I simply ask you to engage with a like, comment or share to help share it to others!
Influencer testing shows that thoughtful comments of at least 5 words, 3-5 times a day will boost your views.
And I'd recommend liking everything - even your own posts, comments and replies!
Recommendations Help (or Hurt)
LinkedIn says a quality recommendation is worth more than skill endorsements.
In fact I've seen proof from recruiters using LinkedIn Recruiter that endorsements don't matter in a search. It's the credence you're after.
A LinkedIn recommendation gives social proof, making you more credible. It also gives more visibility to the giver!
However, a poor recommendation might actually hurt.
See 11 Sloppy LinkedIn Mistakes That You're Too Qualified to Make.
You can hide recommendations if you need to.
And get this: Recommendations that don’t really say anything about your value are worthless!
This includes sentences like, “She is great” or “I recommend her.”
But you can’t put the blame on the person who gave you the recommendation.
Instead, ask them to give context...
3 Tips on giving recommendations...
- When you give one, it encourages the receiver to want to give one to you, while making you look good. Don’t be afraid of having 1:2 or even up to 1:4 ratio of received/given!
- Endorsing skills works the same way. Give to receive.
- But when common sense isn't so common and they don't reciprocate, ask...
The 3 Elements of Great LinkedIn
4 Keys to Scoring Amazing LinkedIn Recommendations
5-Minute, 5-lines and 5 Steps to Writing an Amazing LinkedIn Recommendation
How to Write a LinkedIn Recommendation in 2020 [Quick Tip - 6 Steps]
Why I'm Recommended - My Best Content!
See our article➤ The Best LinkedIn #ProfilesThatPOP Content Out There
However, are you getting Notifications & content you want? DOUBT IT!
Here's how to be sure to see our content...
- Join our newsletter to be notified with occasional content.
- Engage on LinkedIn for a Win-Win - it helps spread the word, and brings visibility to your profile! Influencer testing shows that thoughtful comments of at least 5 words, 3-5 times a day will boost your views.
- I'd recommend liking everything - even your own posts, comments and replies! They are each a signal to the algorithms.
Remember: Recommendations are a Win-Win!
I's more visibility for both the giver and receiver.
Nothing like a little Karma kickback! 😉
So, if I've helped you, please consider recommending me! 🙏