The Power of LinkedIn Networking

LinkedIn is one of the largest social networks which helps you in expanding your professional sphere on the internet. It can be used to find suitable jobs or internships, initiate and strengthen professional relationships and master the skills you need to succeed in your career. Alongside building a network, you can gain access to infinite knowledge, insights, and opportunities. A complete LinkedIn profile can do wonders by enabling you to show your professional skills, experiences, knowledge, and education. It has over 500 million members in over 200 countries. A well-curated LinkedIn profile not only serves as your first impression but also acts as your portfolio demonstrating your credibility and highest achievements in the professional industry. So, if you are someone who underestimates the power of LinkedIn or is trying to understand how to utilize the platform to its fullest potential, you have come to the right place. You might be surprised at how efficiently LinkedIn will be able to help you find your next job. Today, I will be listing 6 reasons why LinkedIn is significant for job-seekers to attain professional success.


As you know, LinkedIn is the largest business-oriented platform geared specifically towards professionals; it is no doubt that creating a LinkedIn profile provides you with credibility or an identity in the ever-expanding job market. It provides you with an opportunity to showcase your expertise through your profile which serves as your first impression to the recruiter. A well-articulated LinkedIn profile establishes you as a credible and trustworthy employee. These days recruitment happens mostly through LinkedIn, before contacting you directly, the recruiter first goes through your LinkedIn profile. Hence, if you are still not on this platform, they might think you are not up-to-date with the job trends or not internet-savvy and it might be a setback. So, if looking for a job, create your LinkedIn profile ASAP.



Friendly satisfied partners handshaking at group meeting thanking for successful teamwork, smiling millennial businessman shaking hand greeting businesswoman, respect or making contract deal concept. According to statistics, 93% of recruiters are using LinkedIn to search and recruit candidates. The platform has a feature by which you can see people who are looking at your profile. If you come across someone from the same domain or field you are seeking, you reach out to them. It is of utmost importance to reach out to people because an opportunity can arrive from any door. They can either be a potential recruiter or you in another scenario, you can also get a referral from them.

A LinkedIn profile is like your online personal brand, so make sure to keep it updated and make sure that you treat your profile just like your CV. Make it presentable and up to the point to become a potential candidate for recruiters on lookouts.



Instead of aimlessly scrolling through social media, you can do your research on LinkedIn in your spare time. If you have a LinkedIn account, utilize it to its fullest potential. Being thorough in your research will only help you in making meaningful connections.

Make a list of your desired companies and research them. Research about companies, roles, employees, recruiters, and hiring managers. The next step would be to connect with them and you never know how one single connection can change your life.



LinkedIn provides a feature where other people can endorse you for your past work and skills. It enables your peers to endorse your skills and write recommendations and vice versa.
One of the major benefits of it is that when a potential recruiter looks at your profile these recommendations and endorsements act as a testimony of your professional work. It is no longer a claim but a successful demonstration of your talents and skills. People who are looking out for candidates surely keep these things into consideration.



Job seeking is tough and applying and keeping track of jobs might become hectic for people. So, if you are actively looking out for work or internships, take the advantage of LinkedIn search engine. There are some new opportunities available exclusively on LinkedIn rather than traditional job boards. If you use LinkedIn proactively, you will be able to keep a track of multiple job openings posted by companies in real-time. If interested, you can apply directly using LinkedIn apply. Moreover, you can also save jobs searches as well as a flag to the recruiters that you are open to new opportunities.



LinkedIn is a host to numerous online groups which enable an individual to connect with like-minded people from their niche. You can also use LinkedIn to organize offline events, join groups, write articles, post photos and videos, and more. LinkedIn groups are an excellent way to exhibit your knowledge and interact with people of similar professional interests. It will expand your network and add to your existing knowledge. It is the best way to engage yourself in meaningful discussions. You can initiate a topic related to- the latest trends in your industry, ask and answer questions connect with important people in key organizations.


I hope you find this blog informative. This blogpost is written by Riya Pokhriyal. I have completed my graduation in B.A (Hons) Sociology from Hindu College, Delhi University. Currently pursuing B. Ed from GGSIPU. An aspiring teacher with a passion for both teaching and learning and transforming young minds. My interests include-content writing and blogging. Also, an experienced Blogger skilled in SEO, social media outreach, creative writing, and editing. You can connect with me on LinkedIn using this link. For more informative content on Data Science & Jobs for freshers subscribe to our blog. You can read more of our works over here. Thanks for reading & Happy Learning !! 🙂

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