Enhancing your LinkedIn Profiledeborah_b2016-12-15T23:55:47+00:00
What does your LinkedIn profile image say about you?
It's easy, quick and cheap to put a cell phone selfie on your business profile, but is that the message you want to project to potential customers/clients? If high quality, effort and dedication to your product or service is the message, just compare the images here.
Who would you rather do business with? We'll create an image that will benefit your business!
As a small business owner, *you* are the face of your brand! Kathleen's message for Teascapes is "Enjoy The Moment", and that's the kind of image we created for her business profile on LinkedIn.
Who would you feel more confident working with? See these Before/After images.
As a small business owner, *you* are the face of your brand! Karen Chesney's message for her organization business, "Lighten Your Load", is friendly, professional and non-judgmental in helping her clients reorganize and de-clutter their lives.
That's the kind of image we created for her business profile on LinkedIn.
Leah Dodyk is a Marketing Director and has her own business as an Arbonne Independent Consultant. Leah understands that marketing herself is just as important as marketing products and services, and that she is the face of her brand.
Matthew Gooley is a Marketing Specialist, and knows that his business image is a form of marketing.
Which would best showcase you as a specialist in your field - a cell phone selfie or a custom portrait? Make an investment in yourself and have 3 Chicks That Click create your business image!
Jill Merriman knows how to leverage her image across her brands, or rather, her Enterprises! Jill's professional photo session yielded images for her LinkedIn profile, her business and personal Facebook pages, an upcoming book, marketing materials and more.
Invest in a portrait session with 3 Chicks That Click and see how many ways your image can work for you!
Tara is a registered nurse liaison at
Shore Gastro, and her professional image is important for inspiring confidence in her patients and medical colleagues.
Selfies do not inspire confidence in clients, customers or patients! Invest in yourself, and others will invest in your business.
Mary Peirson updated her LinkedIn profile photo from a selfie to a professional image. As the networking face of her family-owned flooring company, Carpet Castle Inc., Mary knew the value of projecting an upscale, polished appearance. Your image is a reflection of your company - what does it say?
Jessica is a college student, and understands the job market she'll be entering is very competitive. Having a LinkedIn profile keeps Jessica visible to potential employers and internship opportunities. She also knows that a professional image is an important part of her profile, *not* a selfie or an empty gray box where an image should be.