ABC’s of LinkedIn

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ABC’s Of LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a social platform designed mainly for career and business professionals all over the globe with over 660 million users, of which 57% are male and 43% are female. It is an online service that works via websites and mobile apps used by millions of working professionals all over the world. It is a bit safer, real & well respected than the other social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. A common platform used by fresher’s to search for a job, experienced guy to switch job and recruiters in hiring potential candidates. In this course we will teach you various things like creating a LinkedIn account, how to use a LinkedIn account, what facilities does LinkedIn offer and others.


1.Keep in touch: With people changing jobs so often, LinkedIn gives users the opportunity to stay updated on where the people in
their professional network are working and how to contact them.

2.Search for jobs: Enables users to search thousands of employment listings. There are options to fill out the application on the site
directly. Also, the user’s application and LinkedIn profile can be directly sent to potential employers as well.

3.Hire new employees: Hiring managers can use LinkedIn to find the candidate with a specific skill set and necessary experience.


➢ DP.

➢ LinkedIn Banner.

➢ Headline.

➢ About Me.

T-> Task


➢ Can be used as a tool for building a strong resume/portfolio.
➢ Can use it to display your resume and search for jobs.
➢ Detailed insights about organizations/job offerings/requirements.
➢ Help you in building and promoting skill sets.
➢ You can connect with HRs of top MNCs..


According to LinkedIn, connections are people you know and whom you trust. If you connect with someone, you’ll both be able to see
each other’s’ posts on LinkedIn. Connections can be 1st degree: people with whom you have directly connected. Their connections
then become your 2nd degree connection. Your 3rd degree connection will be the connections of your 2nd degree connections.

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Course Content

Professional Social Media

  • Tutorial 1

Linkedin From Scratch

Exploring Linkedin

Power Of Linkedin