Yes. Skills communicate very important information in your profile that may not fit as well into your other profile content.
Adding skills allows you to:
Be found easier in search
Communicate your total value
Give your connections an opportunity to endorse those skills
No, and in all likelihood keyboard shortcuts won’t be coming any time soon because most people will be using Linkedin from a browser. Keyboard shortcuts are usually specific to their operating system (mac/pc) or their browser (chrome/firefox/safari).
Go to search and type into the job title “hr” OR “human resources”
If you’re on sales navigator, make sure the job title is set to current.
Send them a custom connection request and when they accept follow up with a message.
Or alternatively, you can send them an InMail...
In general yes, because you gain access to view more profiles (your 3rd degree list shrinks).
As a general rule though, it's all about who you'e connect with.
Even some Linkedin experts don’t have a huge network. It’s about relationships.
NOT RELIABLE. The reason is because many people do not update their work experience, which results in multiple “current” job titles even if they no longer work there. And on the flip side, if that company’s employees aren’t on Linkedin andassociating themselves with the actual company page it won’t ever...
Here are a few guiding values
Connect with people who care about what you do
Send customized massages with your connection requests
Have the mindset of being a giver, not a taker
Only connect with people you can bring value to
Frame of mind drives behavior. When you’re on Facebook your frame of mind is casual enjoyment. When you’re on Linkedin your frame of mind is work oriented. Behavior dependency on Linkedin should be measured by conversation in messaging and intentional relationship building, not sharing media.