Linkedin profile updating
You can learn more about how Linked In built “job seeker” mode here. Improving your visibility on Linked In is important whether you're actively looking for a new job or passively considering new opportunities: Eighty-seven percent of recruiters use the site as part of their recruiting process.
After this, you can also check out the “Job seeking” menu, which allows you to turn on “job seeker” mode.
The first thing you should know is that Linked In will notify someone any time you look at their profile, if you are logged in and in a non-incognito window.
This essentially makes a “profile view” like a first point of contact with a person, so if you aren’t ready to engage with a potential customer, partner, or employer, don’t initiate contact this way.
Linked In has a default setting that notifies your Linked In connections (including coworkers and your boss) if you update your profile.
If you’re actively searching for a new job, you will want to turn this off.
This stealthily lets recruiters know that you’re open to new opportunities.