LinkedIn Tip: Post Videos On Your Profile

Don’t think you can post videos on your Linked In Profile? Think again… Read this simple how-to blog post that reveals a quick work-around! First, you’ll need a Google account and then once you create the presentation, you might have to go in and out of your Google account and the Linked In application for the presentation to show up in your list.

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2 Responses to “LinkedIn Tip: Post Videos On Your Profile”

  • I do agree Linkedin is great for Job hunting and I have used it for this purpose in the past.

    Mario, I have a problem though with my public profile. My profile shows Google ads from my competitors. As I am freelance, anyone coming to my profile can easily click on a link to my competition. It makes no sense??!!

    • Barry,
      I understand the dilemma, but that’s no different than Google putting your competitors next to your search listing if you come up on Google.

      Here’s the thing – if people come to your site or Linked In Profile and choose your competitor, I hate to say it, but you’re not good enough.

      You have to able to make people WANT to do business with you. If you can’t do that, then your competitors deserve the work.

      I know that’s harsh, but that’s the way it is. YOU do the same when YOU’RE BUYING.

      Life’s a beach – sometimes you get sunburned and sometimes you get a healthy tan.

      I teach my clients how to become MAGNETS to attract a continuous stream of clients – online and offline. In the past year, which was the ‘worst’ in decades, many grew as much as 100%.

      They are doing what WORKS to attract and keep clients – as well as convert suspects and prospects INTO paying clients.

      Check out our programs at we’d love to make things happen for you!

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