I always appreciate a colleague introducing me to a fellow LinkedIn trainer.

Competitors have much to learn and share in many cases: how to do better.

dontIn this case, the opposite: what not to do.

Don’t have a type on your LinkedIn profile, as this newly introduced trainer does.

Yes, I goof up too.

But I check my work in a number of ways for typos.

He did not. It looks bad.

Instead of looking like this………………………readers see this:







This typo distracts from all other material being shown.

And if you are a professional in a precision field (aren’t we all?), with typos, bad grammar, spacing errors, you’re sunk, with a stain on your profile.