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Avoid Overused Buzzwords

While keywords can help the right audience to find you, meaningless buzzwords tend to bore. LinkedIn has listed 10 overused buzzwords

  • Specialized 
  • Leadership 
  • Passionate 
  • Strategic 
  • Experienced 
  • Focused 
  • Expert 
  • Certified 
  • Creative 
  • Excellent 


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Don’t Be Humble

Tell people about your skills and achievements, especially if we are talking about how to build a perfect LinkedIn profile. Think carefully — what sets you apart from others? 

A good bio section includes particular unique skills, hobbies or interests that make you stand out.


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Make It Visually Appealing

Creating a visually appealing Instagram account with consistent style and clear message in the bio will increase your chances for getting into the Top of Instagramers and thus boost your Instagram account performance even more. 

Some easy ways to increase the visual creativity of your bio i...


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Keep Your Bio Updated

Keeping your bio up to date is crucial! Check it regularly to be certain that it still reflects the right information. 

Don’t forget to keep followers updated with the launch of your new business or writing a new blog post.


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Go Through the Checklist

  • Explain who you are and what you do 
  • Include your accomplishments 
  • Be exciting and show your personality 
  • Target your niche 
  • Stay connected — include a link to your website, blog or another social profile. 

A good bio is the one that creates a grea...


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Embrace the Power of Keywords

Many of the search engines are using social media bios in their algorithms so including powerful keywords is a must. 

Think carefully about your values and the values of your audience as keywords help people to find you and your profile for the right reason. 


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Brevity Is The Key

A common mistake is made by those who try to use all the characters available. It’s obvious that you cannot express your every achievement or personality trait in 160 characters, and you shouldn’t. 

Consider that people tend to scan through the first lines and pick out the ...


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Consider the Platform

Be aware of who your audience is and remember that it might differ between social media platforms. On Twitter and Instagram try to be more authentic and personal while on LinkedIn write a longer and more in-depth description of your professional achievements. And know your limits:

  • Inst...


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Why Do First Impressions Matter?

Why Do First Impressions Matter?

  • It takes just 3 seconds for someone to determine whether they like you. 
  • In just 50 milliseconds, they can predict if you consider yourself an extrovert. 
  • People can make an aesthetic judgment in just 17 milliseconds
  • The first impressions of people in photographs infl...


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A Little Humor Goes a Long Way

Quit the formalities and add a distinctive touch to it — hobbies, fun facts, and anecdotes will make it more memorable. Tools that will generate your bio automatically:

  • Bio Gen — bio generator for social networks  
  • Designer Bio Generator™  
  • The Twitter Bio Generator  


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Include a Call To Action

The social media bio is not only a description about you, it’s also a way to invite people to find out more about you. If you want to get people off the app and to your website, blog or another landing page, add a call to action to your bio.

Once people have gone through y...


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