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LinkedIn Recommendations E-Book
If you're wondering if Recommendations on your LinkedIn profile matter...they DO!
Studies have shown that LinkedIn recommendations are part of the consideration process when hiring desision makers are seeking a great 'cultural fit' for their organization. They will scroll down your profile page to see who has recommended you and why. This will help make their decisions much easier when considering dozens of applicants from a similar talent pool. Why not seperate yourself from the masses.
Recommendations from your peers, former colleagues, or managers help identify:
- your work ethic
- your attitude and personality
- your ability to get along with others
- mutual connections
However, obtaining a good recommendation that elevates your status requires a bit of finesse and strategic planning. This blueprint provides sample templates to help you receive and give powerful, authentic testimonials from your tribe.