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#5. Compelling, Interesting Summary
Your LinkedIn Summary needs to POP! This is your chance to demonstrate to the world that you are an expert and someone who deserves to be noticed! This is where you sell yourself and showcase your accomplishments. DO NOT COPY AND PASTE YOUR RESUME! Why? Your LinkedIn profile is NOT your resume! Your resume is your professional history. Your LinkedIn profile is your career future! Your resume is dry, boring, and task-based. Your LinkedIn summary should be engaging and impressive to your reader. It should COMPEL them to pick up the phone and call you!
This article gives highly valuable insights into the high art of LinkedIn, even as it inadvertently showcases, and therefore embodies, a failure of the low art. All three profiles cited were dynamic, engaging, creative, fun, etc. But the first two had typos. The second’s damagingly belied “editing” as being among the person’s core strengths. The author should have asked his subjects to fix these “for want of a nail” deal-killing trivialities before posting their screenshots. This is still a great article, but this oversight can give all involved a bonus lesson beyond the text.