LinkedIn's Profile Strength Indicator, How do you measure up? LinkedIn says 51% of profiles are complete, and 49% are not at the All Star level.
LinkedIn calls it a profile strength meter. The Profile Strength meter is on the right side of your profile and gauges how robust your profile is. The strength will increase as you add more content.
With all the activity coming from LinkedIn and your contacts list, this will lead to a few, several, and sometimes many emails.
You can choose to get an activity email for each new discussion in your group. This can help you:
Monitor your group's discussions.
Quickly delete inappropriate discussions and comments.
See recent job postings and promotions in the group.
You can choose to can change your email notifications on the Privacy & Settings page.
Do you know what the 5 Must Haves for the Perfect LinkedIn Headline are?
The first thing to know about your LinkedIn headline is that it doesn't have to be the same as your current job title, that is a LinkedIn's default mechanism. Don't be a default and brand yourself as a commodity. Demonstrate your uniqueness.
Have you seen the new "Who has Viewed Your Updates on LinkedIn?"
LinkedIn just introduced this feature in June to all LinkedIn users. According to LinkedIn it's a more personalized LinkedIn homepage. Yes, it is on your homepage not your profile page. It provides an overview of what you have shared with others on LinkedIn.