June 8, 2023

Maximize your LinkedIn potential

Content, engagement, and more on LinkedIn


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LinkedIn isn't just for networking and job hunting, it's a platform for showcasing your knowledge, building a personal brand, and engaging with professionals.

​To really harness the power of LinkedIn, you need to create engaging content, interact meaningfully with other professionals, establish yourself as a thought leader, and navigate job searches effectively.

​Do you want to make your LinkedIn profile work harder for you?

​Are you interested in sharing your expertise and engaging in meaningful discussions?

​Do you want to attract attention from the right people, whether they're recruiters, peers, or influencers in your field?

You'll learn:

  1. ​How to create LinkedIn posts that reflect your personal brand and resonate with your network.
  2. ​Ways to establish yourself as a thought leader in your field.
  3. ​Best practices for engaging professionally with posts.

​Take your LinkedIn game to the next level and open new doors to professional opportunities.


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EntryLevel helps you learn and get experience so you can get hired. Our 6-week programs are taught by world-class mentors, so you can learn and build a portfolio of work.

You'll learn with a cohort of driven peers, and each lesson is unlocked after a set time so you stay accountable and finish the program.

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Ayush Jain

Learning Designer at EntryLevel

As the Learning Designer at EntryLevel, Ayush helps design programs to break the no experience, no jobs cycle. His previous experience includes working with multiple charities, NGOs, and social enterprises.

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