With a million things vying for your time, investing in writing a hit LinkedIn profile summary probably isn’t at the top of your list. After all, you’re a recruiter – not a professional writer. However, giving your profile summary some love is essential. Why? Because your summary is prime real estate for your professional brand. It’s the one place where you can tell the story you want to tell, free of start dates and titles. It’s where you can put your own spin on your work...
Posts by Kate Reilly
You already have the perfect photo and headline on your LinkedIn profile. Together, they lure candidates to click and scroll down to your summary. Now you have about five seconds to keep them on the page. Your summary can be the difference between a candidate responding to your InMail – and not. But writing a good summary can be hard. Usually anything worth reading takes some blood, sweat and tears to write. Plus, there isn’t just one right way to do it. If a blank page scares...
Fred Ewing is a recruiter with 77 recommendations on his LinkedIn profile. Now we all know quality matters more than quantity. But it’s hard to argue with 77 people all vouching for his excellence, especially when they include statements such as these: What’s fascinating about Fred is that he has integrated getting recommendations into his relationship-building strategy with clients and candidates. He knows that recommendations are a validation of his skills and experience, and a...
Kate Reilly December 22, 2014
“It was incredible. I probably won’t ever experience anything like it ever again. To see seven years of hard work come together like that: it was an...
Kate Reilly November 24, 2014
You may not have heard of RealPage, Inc. It’s a Dallas-based software company that designs solutions for the rental housing space. Like many small and...
- Employer Brand
Kate Reilly November 19, 2014
I just got that dreaded email. I almost can’t believe it. I have been waiting to hear back from this company for what seems like forever. Two months ago I...
- Candidate Experience