LinkedIn 3: Advanced Techniques

Event Type: Business/Career
Date: 8/24/2019
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 1:00 PM
 This free workshop is made possible by the Chester County Library Trust.

With over 500 million+ users, LinkedIn is becoming an increasingly popular professional social media platform that is not just for jobseekers, but is a critical networking tool as well as a professional electronic rolodex. At this session, you will learn some best practices, tips, and tricks you need to know to enhance or modify your LinkedIn profile. Even advanced users have learned a few new tidbits! Here are some of the topics that will be covered:

1) applying to and saving jobs, setting your preferences, and email alerts along with autocomplete and autosuggest
2) key word searches for networking and/or finding people for jobseeking or business development
3) researching and leveraging those 2nd level connections for warm introductions through your sphere of influence
4) filtering techniques using advanced search
5) BOOLEAN searches
6) Saving your searches
7) Your Q&A time

Even advanced users have learned a few new tips!

Our speaker will be Lynne M. Williams, BS, MA, ABD. As the owner of Around the Clock Executive Helper, she and her team provide virtual assistance supporting busy executives, solopreneurs, small businesses, and jobseekers. Lynne holds a BS degree in Business Administration Marketing from the University of Delaware and an MA in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University along with doctoral coursework to ABD on web 2.0 social media applications. In addition, as a former K-12 teacher, she holds 9 certifications from the PDE (7 teaching and 2 administrative). Information on free career transition resources, local area networking events, and other workshops is posted on: and Connect with her on LinkedIn at
Library: Chester County Library
Location: Struble Room
Contact: CCL Reference Department
Presenter: Lynne M. Williams
Status: Waiting List

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