LinkedIn Profile Writing Services - According to LinkedIn in December 2013, they had over one million registered LinkedIn users in Ireland. Also in 2013, LinkedIn claimed that there were 15,000,000,000 interactions and some 5,000,000,000 searches. It has also been reported that over 92% of recruiters use LinkedIn to find new talent. It has never been more important to have a strong and searchable LinkedIn profile. You could be missing out on opportunities and you should also have a link to your LinkedIn profile within your CV. You can you sure that your perspective employer will click on your LinkedIn profile and it has to make an impression.
So, if you are not getting noticed on LinkedIn by internal HR and recruitment staff, or by Recruitment Agencies, you could be missing out on that next opportunity. If you have a LinkedIn Profile and it's not getting any views or you are receiving no InMail's from employers and recruitment agencies - you most likely have an issue with your LinkedIn Profile.
We also provide a LinkedIn Profile Writing Service if you have no LinkedIn Profile at all, so not to worry, we will require a version of your CV which you can email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Essentially, our LinkedIn Writers will take the hassle away for you, apply their trained expertise and complete the entire LinkedIn Writing process for you, they have years of experience across every sector and industry.
Step One - Payment is paid securely through Stripe or PayPal here, selecting the LinkedIn Profile Writing Services checkbox.
Step Two - We will email you, ask you a number of questions regarding your career direction, request a copy of your CV if required and login details to your LinkedIn account.
Step Three - Within three days you will receive a first draft of your profile and we will ask for feedback.
Step Four - Revisions are then made based on your input and before any changes are made live to your LinkedIn profile.
Effectively, we will increase the prospects of you getting found and noticed through LinkedIn