Lorraine K. Lee | Top virtual keynote speaker | Consultant | Instructor at LinkedIn Learning, Stanford Continuing Studies
Free Career Tips and Frameworks!Bite-sized tips with big impact to help you stand out and supercharge your professional presence!
If you haven’t visited LinkedIn since you were last on the job hunt, I recommend taking another look.
With consistency and a bit of know-how, you can use the platform to grow your visibility, build your brand, and be seen as an authority figure on topics you’re passionate about.
💡 Tip of the Day: Your LinkedIn background photo is prime real estate. Figure out the message you want to portray to the world, then create a photo and add it to your profile. It instantly draws attention for its size and because it’s an image (humans are visual creatures, after all).
You can use sites like Canva, Fotor, Adobe, and more to find templates and create your background photo.
Check out mine below for inspiration (and don’t forget to leave room in the bottom left for your profile picture!).
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