LinkedIn Profile Writing

LinkedIn profile writing services: A powerful LinkedIn profile is an essential component of your personal brand.

LinkedIn is officially the largest professional network in the world, with more than 364 million active users worldwide and 20 million in the UK. It is estimated that over 95% of all recruiters and headhunters use LinkedIn as a primary candidate sourcing tool. It is also often the first port of call for new clients, service users and business partners who want to check you out before they decide whether or not initiate contact.

If you've neglected your LinkedIn profile, or don't have one at all, then you could be damaging your digital reputation.

Brite Advice provide expert LinkedIn profile writing services to clients all over the world. We optimise your online presence, tailor your unique skills and expertise, and ensure your entire profile is peppered with optimised content to help you secure a top search position.

Expert LinkedIn Profile Writing Services Include:

  • A Skype or phone consultation to discuss your profile objectives, USP, drivers, values, results and achievements - face to face meetings can be arranged on request.
  • An attention grabbing headline that will showcase your USP and encourage profile click-throughs.
  • A full keyword rich summary section to highlight what you can deliver to your target audience.
  • An employment section stuffed with your career highlights.
  • Keywords to use as endorseable skills.
  • Professional formatting of your live profile.
  • A worksheet of actionable steps you can take to continuously optimise your LinkedIn activity.
  • Once you've signed off on your profile content, we'll even upload it to your account.

Brite Advice also provide expertise in aligning the profiles of your entire team to your core business message. Team profiles present a strong and united front to ensure each of your leaders are presented at their optimum to enhance digital presence and increase customer perception of your corporate brand.

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