Meet Sarah Sedo, who according to her Linked In profile is a food service manager at The Big Carrot.
Don’t leave it to others to figure out why you changed industries or why you went from one job to the next.” Dosh points out that Sedo skipped writing a summary, as did Jonathan Ng, a software engineer whose Linked In page I also asked her to critique.“His headline is a job title,” Dosh points out. “I’d include that in the headline, both so it shows up in more specific searches but also to give someone taking a quick glance a better idea of who he is.”Tina Arnoldi, an SEO expert, explains that precision is key.
I’m thinking about giving online dating another try. ” Here’s my favorite so far: I think it’s clear and to the point.
But my profile is one year old — and it clearly needs a tune-up. Let’s face it: if you’re browsing online profiles — whether you’re a man or a woman — you look at the photos first. ) After this, a catchy username might make you pause. But one of my girlfriends has already told me: “You’re being WAY too exclusive!
We took a look at what you need to know about this mysterious “hermit kingdom” and the threats it could pose to international security. We rounded up some important facts about the battle itself, took a detailed look back at what happened on Little Round Top on the battle’s crucial second day and remembered the only civilian to die at Gettysburg.
We also looked at some surprising facts about the Gettysburg Address, President Abraham Lincoln’s short but unforgettable speech delivered in November 1863 at the dedication ceremony for the Gettysburg military cemetery. England’s Royal Baby Arrives All eyes were on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (perhaps better known as Prince William and the former Kate Middleton) this summer as they awaited the arrival of their first child.
I’m definitely keeping my former online headline, which went like this: “Are you honest, with a big heart, and no addictions?