There are no words under my name.
It's just my job title.
It explains what I do and the outcomes I achieve.
I've written something creative which captures attention
I've uploaded a holiday/weekend snap
Mine is a wedding/party shot.
In my photo I am professionally dressed.
I took a photo on my computer/web cam.
Has lots of characters/numbers, something like this: james-potter/63b/804/c
Has my name in it, something like this: /jamespotter1 or /jpotter
Has my company name it it, something like this: /thelinkedinman
Is fairly brief.
Is all about work/what I do.
I've included a little information.
I've included brief information and an indication for my level of experience from beginner to expert.
I've included the difference, the outcome and the impact that I have made.
I've included ALL of the above.
I don't really do know what a status update is!
I put pretty much the same message down through multiple channels (eg Facebook, Twitter etc).
I update about all sorts of things, directly from LinkedIn.
I share types of client/market, products/services and the outcomes I achieve.
I have great intentions, and do a few updates, but really infrequently.
I haven't really joined any groups.
I might join some in the future.
I have joined a couple full of groups of peers and I spectate in them.
I have joined groups with peers and also groups where potential clients be.
I have a randomised approach to joining all sorts of groups.
I hope to get some soon.
I have fewer than 5 recommendations at present.
I have fewer than 10 recommendations.
I have 10 or more recommendations.
I have no websites listed.
I have my company or personal URL.
I have my company name (linked to a website).
I have my company name (linked to a website) and other "named" sites about my products, services and expertise.
It reflects "me" on a page
It's not that bad, but a little incomplete
It doesn't say what I really do
It gives very little detail at all, but at least people can find me