How to Get 99+ Endorsements on All Your LinkedIn Skills
If you are looking to achieve a perfect 5.0 rating on your LinkedIn profile, then this blog post is for you! In order to get 99+ endorsements on all of your skills, there are many different strategies that can be used. This article will discuss three of the most effective methods in detail and show you how they work so that you can take action right away. By following these simple steps, soon enough people will be contacting YOU asking for an endorsement from YOU!
Method One: Ask for an endorsement from a colleague and provide the right incentive.
If you would like to get endorsements from your colleagues, then the best way is to ask them personally and provide an incentive. This will help ensure that they are motivated to do it for you because of their personal connection with you. Asking an endorsement can be done through email, text message, or even a personal meeting. You should make sure to be polite in your request and make the request for an endorsement sound like a favor rather than an obligation.
The advantage of asking for an endorsement is that it can be done quickly and easily. It will also make people feel more inclined to do the favor for you because they know, like, or trust you which increases your chances of getting an endorsement. However, there are some disadvantages too. If someone declines to give you an endorsement then this could create a bad impression with them as well as others. Another disadvantage is that it can be hard to get an endorsement from people who are not in a position of power or authority, such as peers and juniors.
Method Two: Reach out to your previous bosses, colleagues, or mentors with a simple email asking them if they are available to endorse you.
If you are looking for a really high number of endorsements, then it is worth investing the time in reaching out to your previous bosses or colleagues and asking them if they could endorse you. This method will take more work up front but it can pay off because there’s a good chance that people who have been working with you before would happily give an endorsement.
The advantage of this method is that it will give you a higher number of endorsements. However, there are also some disadvantages to this strategy such as the fact that people may not be able to give an endorsement because they’re busy or don’t want to do so.
Method Three: Offer to write a recommendation for them.
If you’re looking for a way to get an endorsement that will be more personalized and considered as “higher quality”, then offering someone your services is the best option. This can work in two ways: either offer to provide a testimonial or write them a recommendation letter. The key is asking nicely and providing value with what you are giving, which will make the other person more likely.
The advantage of this strategy is that it works for both peers and superiors, so it can be used in a wide variety of scenarios when trying to get an endorsement. The disadvantage is that there isn’t as much instant gratification with this method because you have to wait until they finish what you are requesting before you will get the endorsement.
There are many strategies that can be used to get 99+ endorsements on all of your skills. Which strategy is best depends a lot on what you’re looking for, but it’s worth investing in the time upfront so that you get more of them later! You should also keep these methods in mind next time someone asks for an endorsement from you.