Jobseeker's Guide to Backing Up Your LinkedIn Profile Pass-Along Materials
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Jobseekers: Do This Before LinkedIn's Next Update (or, as I call it, "Backup Your LinkedIn Profile").
This 8-page guide walks jobseekers through the two ways to backup their LinkedIn profile in advance of LinkedIn's next user interface update. Each time LinkedIn does a major update, they add and remove features. Many times, the removed content simply disappears. Jobseekers who don't have a backed up profile will no longer be able to access that information.
Pass-Along Materials content is provided in a Microsoft Word document so you can edit it, change it, put your name on it -- or use it "as is." You can use the content as a lead generation tool (for your LinkedIn profile writing services, LinkedIn webinars or teleseminars, and other LinkedIn trainings, products, and services). The content features screen shots of "Jane Jobseeker," which you can use -- or substitute screen shots from your own LinkedIn profile.
You have a license to use the content.
[YES] Can edit, take apart, add to, or use/sell as is
[YES] Can be bundled with other products and/or content
[YES] Can be offered as a bonus
[YES] Can be used to create audio/video products
[YES] Can give them to affiliates to publish to promote your products/services
[YES] Can be used for opt-in bonuses (newsletter signups, etc.)
[YES] Can claim full ownership
[YES] Can alter graphics
[YES] Can publish as web content
[YES] Can be added to your own free membership site for jobseekers
[NO] Can be added to paid membership sites (it can — but must be approved by Résumé Writers’ Digest in advance)
[NO] Can submit to free article directories
[NO] Can turn into a Kindle book (this is Amazon’s rule, not ours)
[NO] Can sell resell or master resell rights (unless you substantially alter the content and title)