Headline feed not updating
means editing or changing the content in the various sections of your Linked In Profile – Headline, Summary, Experience, Education, etc.
Currently (summer, 2019), you update (or change) the content in your Linked In Profile by clicking on "Me" in the menu along the very top of your Profile, and then clicking on "View Profile." You can then access the various Profile sections to make edits and/or changes.
You may need to look around a bit to accomplish the tips I'm offering here.] In a Linked In Pulse article, Hannah Morgan, Job-Hunt’s Social Media Job Search Expert, suggests that job seekers who post an update build engagement exponentially and are much more likely to be contacted by recruiters.
This makes sense because each update you post helps keep you top of mind with all kinds of people, including recruiters.
If you click on the "Write an article on Linked In" link, a Linked In blog form page will open, allowing you to add an article to your Profile.
[More in my article, Personal Branding: SEO for Your Linked In Headline.] First, take a look at what is in each section of your Linked In Profile right now.More views of your Profile will boost your chances of being contacted by recruiters and hiring managers at your target companies.[More in my article, Promote Your Personal Brand on Linked In with Hashtags.] You’ll probably want the greatest number of people to see your updates, so you should open the distribution as wide as Linked In allows.As of this writing, you post an update by typing in the block that appears at the very top of the center column (shown below).This activity may also be called "sharing an update," "an activity update," and "updating your status," among other things.