MAXIMUM LinkedIn Character Counts 2015 Edition (InfoGraphic)

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InfoGraphic design by the exceptionally talented Milos Djurkovic – thanks my friend.

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By Andy Foote

Regular readers know that I like to choose images with some kind of connection to the post, the guy with the plastic hair, face, tie and jacket is Max… Headroom. I’m showing my age 🙂

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4 Responses

  1. Des Walsh says:

    Good one, Andy. Yes, I was thinking the Max Headroom reference would escape the younger ones! 🙂

  2. Andy Foote says:

    Thanks Des – I couldn’t resist it 🙂

  3. JUST the kind of information I need… Thank you… Looking forward to more good stuff from this blog!

  4. Herb Chain says:

    Very helpful. As a practitioner and a “newbie” power user on LI, I have read a lot on the “best practices” as suggested by those way more aware than I am.

    What struck me on this infographic is that 120 characters is not nearly enough to take into account the advice that the experts are suggesting for headline differentiation.

    And as noted above, well done on the Max Headroom graphic!

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