Tips to Improve the LinkedIn Profile with the Help of Recommendations

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Tips to Improve the LinkedIn Profile with the Help of Recommendations

Your LinkedIn profile will look great if it holds the essential details about your personality and business. The page includes engaging photos, completed profile info, an attached resume, and a few recommendations. This linkedin recommendation sample will help you understand what a working recommendation should look like and how to get it organically. Such a recommendation of trust, respect and admiration can be easily gained if you know the way.

Main Reasons to Request Recommendations
Recommendations, being a written statement of endorsement, serve as the means to strengthen professional relationships with your business partners. You can request and receive them through LinkedIn from any of your connections and recommend them by yourself.

The opinion of your clients, customers, employers, colleagues, co-workers, or students about the quality of your work comes in useful for your business reputation. The profile viewers always read all recommendations, if any, to learn in which way other people value your attitude to work. The feedback left by professionals will enhance the message of your page.

How to Make a Request Recommendations
Any of your first-degree connections who have ever given a high rating to your services, products or work is eager to leave the good recommendations through LinkedIn. They will be displayed on the profile page. There are two ways of doing this.

Asking for a Recommendation Using a Connection Profile
To request a recommendation from a connection profile you should act as follows:

1. Go to the profile page of the person you'd like to get a reference from.

2. Tap on the “More” button. This is an icon at the top of the page with a profile.

3. Choose the option “Request a recommendation”.

4. In a pop-up window put attention to such fields as the “Relationship” and “Position at the time”.

5. After filling the fields out, click the “Next” button.

6. By changing the standard text sample in the field you can add a personalized message.

7. Send your request to the recipient by clicking the “Send” button.

Asking for a Recommendation Using Your Profile
As soon as you receive a recommendation or respond to your connection request, giving it to someone, the new section “Recommendations” will come along the profile. Don’t hide the recommendation to make this section visible.

In this case, you will be able to ask for a recommendation from your page directly:

1. Go to the top of your homepage on LinkedIn and tap the “Me” button.

2. Select “View profile” in a dropdown menu.

3. Go down by scrolling to the “Recommendations” section.

4. Select and click the “Ask to be recommended” option.

5. Fill out the “Who do you want to ask?” field, typing the name of your desired connection.

6. Choose the name from the dropdown list.

7. Type information about relationships and position in the relevant fields of the pop-up window.

8. Proceed with clicking “Next”.

9. Change a message if you have any with your request in the message field.

10. Send your request to the recipient by clicking the “Send” button.

Make Recommendation Visible
As soon as your recipient responds to the request and writes a recommendation for, you will see a message from your connection on LinkedIn. To display the recommendation on your profile just accept it. If needed, you can see a detailed guide on other profile settings here on a special LinkedIn-oriented website.

Hiring recruiters, managers, business partners prioritize working with those who have recommendations from someone they trust. Try out any of the ways to make the recommendation get displayed.

Accepting the Recommendation from the Email
When you receive a notification about the new recommendation on your email, you can accept it right from a mailbox:

1. Open the email account you use for LinkedIn and log in.

2. Find and open the recommendation email letter.

3. Tap on the link attached to the notification of Review Recommendation.

4. Click “Add to Profile” from the pop-up window “Pending recommendations” to accept it.

5. Choose the “Ignore” option in case you reject this credential.

Accepting the Recommendation from the Account
Try another way to accept a reference by visiting the personal account on LinkedIn:

1. Go to the homepage and click the “Messaging” button at the top. The newly opened Messaging page allows it to proceed.

2. Choose “Select the Review Recommendation” from the left rail of the page.

3. Click “Add to profile” from the pop-up window “Pending recommendations”.

4. Choose the “Ignore” option in case you reject this recommendation.

How to Recommend Someone
You can recommend any connection, sticking to the same algorithms. To do this:

1. Open the profile of a person you are intent on recommending.
2. Click the “More” button in your card, and select “Recommend”.
3. Observe the sequence of further steps provided for requests.

Your social network may consist of hundreds of connections. In case they all want the recommendations, but you have a lack of time, you can use automatic means of generating content for recommendations.

Linkedin Recommendation Generator
The LinkedIn recommendation generator is a free and handy tool. It provides the LinkedIn Recommendation sample for every level of your relations. The program generates the recommendation, based on the real feedback in a click.
Complete the essential information such as name, gender, a company of your friend or colleague. It will produce the perfect personalized samples which are ready to use, saving your time.

About the Author
Karen Hampton – Professional Resume Writer

Career Coach on LPWS, who knows everything about career exposure on LinkedIn. Excellent at building your skills into a seductive LinkedIn profile and school you in self-marketing.

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