How To Customize Your LinkedIn URL in 6 Easy Steps AKA How To Boost Your LinkedIn SEO AKA Lifehacks By Miki Szeles
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Have you ever noticed that ugly hexadecimal number at the end of your LinkedIn URL?
I have good news for you:
You can get rid of it completely.
And you can even write anything there. For example, you can write your job title in it, which might aid your SEO as search engines consider the URL a significant source of information.
So how can you do that?
- Click the Me icon at the top of your LinkedIn profile!
- Click the View Profile button!
- Click Edit public profile & URL link!
- Click on the pencil icon right after your URL!
- Change your URL to whatever you like! I advise you to consider SEO, so to boost your search results, you should put all your keywords into it.
- Click the Save button to save your new unique URL.
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