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Adding a current photograph of yourself to your LinkedIn profile is crucial because it allows people viewing your profile to put a face to your name.

To edit your profile photo, click the "Edit Profile" button on your profile page, select the camera icon over your existing profile photo, and click "Change Photo." If you'd like to add a photo, click "Add a photo," and choose a file from your computer.

Choose a photo that clearly shows your face and portrays you in a professional way.

Once you've selected a photo, drag the yellow box to crop and resize your photo, and use the arrow icons to rotate it.

You'll see previews to the right of how your photo will look across all areas of LinkedIn.

Finally, click the lock icon to choose whether your photo is visible to your connections, your network, or everyone on LinkedIn.

It's best to choose "Everyone" because when viewers see a profile without a photo, they tend to think that your LinkedIn profile is not a priority for you, lending less credibility to you and your page.

When you're done, click "Save," then "Done editing" to confirm your changes.

LinkedInThe world's largest online professional social network through which over 100,000 members communicate, network, find jobs and more.ProfileA centralized presence on a Web application or website.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.IconA small picture or image used by websites and apps to represent a function, tool, action or location.LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.CropA feature in photo and video editing programs that allows a user to change the size of an image by removing extraneous material from the edges.ConnectionA contact to whom one is linked on a social networking site, sometimes modified by "degree" indicating whether the link is direct, or through one or more intermediaries. NetworkA system or group of interconnected people or things.LinkedIn5150Add or Edit a Profile Photo
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