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Marketing Manager | 3 Years Experience Managing 6-figure Ad Budgets for Fortune 500 Companies
Washington D.C. Metro Area
CPM-certified Product Manager | Experience creating value from data and delivering products used by 10M+ users
London, United Kingdom
Freelance Product Designer | RISD Graduate | Photoshop, Sketch, Wireframing
London, United Kingdom
VP, Brand Management, Luxury Brands - Brand Strategy - Customer Experience - Marketing - Branding through People
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Content Marketing Strategist specializing in press releases, blog content, and social media
Toronto, Canada Area
The details used in the above LinkedIn profiles are entirely fictional (e.g. names, locations, job titles).
The Anatomy of the Best LinkedIn Headlines
In this infographic, we'll explain what makes up the best LinkedIn headlines.
The best LinkedIn headlines have two core components. First, they're specific and don't use vague (and often, pretentious!) buzzwords like 'Thought Leader'.
Second, they optimize their profile for the specific keywords they want recruiters and hiring managers to look for.
1. What is the LinkedIn headline?
2. Why is your headline so important?
3. What are keywords and why do they matter?
4. How to use keywords to optimize your headline
You can do this by using our Targeted Resume tool
which highlights important keywords in the job descriptions that you're applying for.
We dive deeper into the components of what makes up a great LinkedIn headline, what keywords are, and more in our
deep dive report. Here are sections you might be interested in:
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