3 Ways To Improve Your LinkedIn Outreach

3 Ways To Improve Your LinkedIn Outreach

LinkedIn is the largest professional social network, and often our go-to place to reach out to people we want to connect with in the industry. But reaching out isn't easy—people get a lot of messages, you're limited in characters when you invite then to connect...which they have to agree to do before you can even send a longer message (unless, of course, you have a Premium account, but very few students and young talent do). Here are three ways to improve your LinkedIn outreach to increase your chances of getting a response.

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How To Find (Almost) Anyone's Email

How To Find (Almost) Anyone's Email

To help you connect with the right people, here are 5 methods to find (almost) anyone's email address. These tips should be used responsibly, but without shame. People make their professional info public to expose themselves to great people and opportunities. It's all waiting for you, if you know where to look.

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The Cover Letter is Dead—Meet the Intro Email

The Cover Letter is Dead—Meet the Intro Email

This week we're talking cover letters to strengthen your first impression and help line something up for the summer, whether it's your first/next job or an internship. I reached out to a half dozen hiring managers and recruiters from the industry to get their opinion on what makes a strong cover letter.

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Requesting an Informational Interview

Requesting an Informational Interview

After shortlisting the right agencies and priming your resume, the informational interview is one of your most underrated tools. By informational interview, I mean reaching out to someone at an agency you're interested in—whether it's your first one or your next step—to ask for a conversation (via email, phone or in-person) that helps you learn more.

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