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  linkedin.com/in/marcello-gaio-16a69646    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Marcello: "I took this picture while playing with a projector during a shoot. I don’t really know or remember why..., guess I just kind of liked it: it’s like a standard profile picture icon turned personal."   Can it affect your chances of success?  Marcello: "I never had much success on LinkedIn, maybe I should change it with a real photo and let you know how it goes!"

linkedin.com/in/marcello-gaio-16a69646

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Marcello: "I took this picture while playing with a projector during a shoot. I don’t really know or remember why..., guess I just kind of liked it: it’s like a standard profile picture icon turned personal."

Can it affect your chances of success?
Marcello: "I never had much success on LinkedIn, maybe I should change it with a real photo and let you know how it goes!"

  https://www.linkedin.com/in/merijn-verhagen-94b6633a    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Merijn: "I love this photo. It was a funny moment (I got flashed right in the eye balls seconds earlier) plus it reminds me of a great holiday."   Can it affect your chances of success?  Merijn: "I’m not all that concerned about people’s thoughts on not seeing my face. It’s not about my face - although it’s a great face."

https://www.linkedin.com/in/merijn-verhagen-94b6633a

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Merijn: "I love this photo. It was a funny moment (I got flashed right in the eye balls seconds earlier) plus it reminds me of a great holiday."

Can it affect your chances of success?
Merijn: "I’m not all that concerned about people’s thoughts on not seeing my face. It’s not about my face - although it’s a great face."

  linkedin.com/in/marksloan    Why a FacelessLinkedIn profile picture?  Mark: "I've never been considered for a gig based on my actual face, so I figured, why start now?"   Can it affect your chances of success?  Mark: "I certainly hope not. To my knowledge, nobody has been surprised that I don't look anything like my profile picture when we meet up in person."

linkedin.com/in/marksloan

Why a FacelessLinkedIn profile picture?
Mark: "I've never been considered for a gig based on my actual face, so I figured, why start now?"

Can it affect your chances of success?
Mark: "I certainly hope not. To my knowledge, nobody has been surprised that I don't look anything like my profile picture when we meet up in person."

  linkedin.com/in/monstrostudio    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Rafael: “As Linkedin is a professional oriented network, it appears to me that it makes more sense to show at first what I do and not who does it. Therefore, I take every opportunity available on this platform to show my work, including my profile picture. I see it as a way to reinforce my company's position and to contribute to the understanding of my business.”   Can it affect your chances of success?  Rafael: “I don't see it how being different from the majority and original could negatively affect my success. I am hired for my creativity and image construction abilities, not by my ordinary face. In a such competitive world, I need to use all opportunities to expose my talent.”

linkedin.com/in/monstrostudio

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Rafael: “As Linkedin is a professional oriented network, it appears to me that it makes more sense to show at first what I do and not who does it. Therefore, I take every opportunity available on this platform to show my work, including my profile picture. I see it as a way to reinforce my company's position and to contribute to the understanding of my business.”

Can it affect your chances of success?
Rafael: “I don't see it how being different from the majority and original could negatively affect my success. I am hired for my creativity and image construction abilities, not by my ordinary face. In a such competitive world, I need to use all opportunities to expose my talent.”

  linkedin.com/in/job-van-dijk-b599893    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Job: "I took this picture years ago when I first started freelancing. In those days everyone had a fancy business card with an amazing logo and I thought I needed one too. But I had only just started and didn’t have the funds to pay for a fancy design studio. According to good Amsterdam practice I decided to squat another J. van Dijk’s logo. It is a fairly common name in The Netherlands and I ended up with three different, timeless logos. Never found a good enough reason to swap them for my face."   Can it affect your chances of success?  Job: "I think not."

linkedin.com/in/job-van-dijk-b599893

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Job: "I took this picture years ago when I first started freelancing. In those days everyone had a fancy business card with an amazing logo and I thought I needed one too. But I had only just started and didn’t have the funds to pay for a fancy design studio. According to good Amsterdam practice I decided to squat another J. van Dijk’s logo. It is a fairly common name in The Netherlands and I ended up with three different, timeless logos. Never found a good enough reason to swap them for my face."

Can it affect your chances of success?
Job: "I think not."

  linkedin.com/in/larissahonsek    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Larissa: "In my picture is a kind of face, it is a multiple exposure picture, done with a pinhole camera, which is one of my arts... so I´m in this picture more than one :) ... and I think if you do a creative job, you have the freedom to be different, people book you because you think creative and kind of expect some thing creative, especially in you social profiles and besides I don`t like real pictures of myself, I like to present atmosphere of my self :)"   Can it affect your chances of success?  Larissa: "I work most of the time, booked other months, as a UX & UI Designer, and here in Berlin are so many Jobs for that, average 5 inquiries per month. So what I can say is, that this picture is not a barrier to write and book me :) ... but I have a classical picture in my PDF Portfolio and on my website, but I think to change that as well :)"

linkedin.com/in/larissahonsek

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Larissa: "In my picture is a kind of face, it is a multiple exposure picture, done with a pinhole camera, which is one of my arts... so I´m in this picture more than one :) ... and I think if you do a creative job, you have the freedom to be different, people book you because you think creative and kind of expect some thing creative, especially in you social profiles and besides I don`t like real pictures of myself, I like to present atmosphere of my self :)"

Can it affect your chances of success?
Larissa: "I work most of the time, booked other months, as a UX & UI Designer, and here in Berlin are so many Jobs for that, average 5 inquiries per month. So what I can say is, that this picture is not a barrier to write and book me :) ... but I have a classical picture in my PDF Portfolio and on my website, but I think to change that as well :)"

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  linkedin.com/in/allard-jaspars-3565016    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Allard: "I thought it was smart to use a photo which tells more about your mentality, imagination and sense of humor instead of a standard photo with your face on it."   Can it affect your chances of success?  Allard: "My feel is that you have a bigger chance with companies and people who share the same mentality as you. It helps you to get linked with the companies who are a better fit for you because they're wired in the same way. You could also say it makes you less qualified for the wrong parties."

linkedin.com/in/allard-jaspars-3565016

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Allard: "I thought it was smart to use a photo which tells more about your mentality, imagination and sense of humor instead of a standard photo with your face on it."

Can it affect your chances of success?
Allard: "My feel is that you have a bigger chance with companies and people who share the same mentality as you. It helps you to get linked with the companies who are a better fit for you because they're wired in the same way. You could also say it makes you less qualified for the wrong parties."

  linkedin.com/in/ewoudt    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Ewout: "Why use your own face if you have your own logo? I think it's a much better representation of me (and it got me on this website)."   Can it affect your chances of success?  Ewout: "I've never had any form of success on LinkedIn (until now)."

linkedin.com/in/ewoudt

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Ewout: "Why use your own face if you have your own logo? I think it's a much better representation of me (and it got me on this website)."

Can it affect your chances of success?
Ewout: "I've never had any form of success on LinkedIn (until now)."

  linkedin.com/in/mickey-morgan-68880b24    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Mickey: “Because I am emerging from a dark night of the soul and will wait till I absorb the lessons.”   Can it affect your chances of success?  Mickey: “I’m not too interested in success. I post and write material for the sake of we the people who miss critical global news so we can behave more ethically.”   

linkedin.com/in/mickey-morgan-68880b24

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Mickey: “Because I am emerging from a dark night of the soul and will wait till I absorb the lessons.”

Can it affect your chances of success?
Mickey: “I’m not too interested in success. I post and write material for the sake of we the people who miss critical global news so we can behave more ethically.”

 

  linkedin.com/in/andreettema    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Andre: “My profile pic was created by thew Stone Twins, all our members and employees have a pic like that. My profile is not for finding jobs.”   Can it affect your chances of success?  Andre: “like I said, it’s a gimmick, not serious and not meant for finding jobs.”

linkedin.com/in/andreettema

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Andre: “My profile pic was created by thew Stone Twins, all our members and employees have a pic like that. My profile is not for finding jobs.”

Can it affect your chances of success?
Andre: “like I said, it’s a gimmick, not serious and not meant for finding jobs.”

  linkedin.com/in/skyiouan    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Sky: "Cause I think in general people judge others in one way or another sometimes overtly conscious other times more subconscious. So don't want to lessen my chances. Don't want people subjecting me or projecting on me there own crap in there mind on to me. Besides that I like to think that for a small segment of people out there who let there fears an anxieties run wild in there minds of minds it could be a bit of entertainment.   Can it affect your chances of success?  Sky :  "I don't think it hurts your chances on Linkedin, 2100+ contacts and counting, allot of recruiters reach out to me all the time and never has it been an issue. I did have a hiring manager say to me once, he decided to bring me in for the interview, cause he wanted to put a face to the resume, to see who I was."

linkedin.com/in/skyiouan

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Sky: "Cause I think in general people judge others in one way or another sometimes overtly conscious other times more subconscious. So don't want to lessen my chances. Don't want people subjecting me or projecting on me there own crap in there mind on to me. Besides that I like to think that for a small segment of people out there who let there fears an anxieties run wild in there minds of minds it could be a bit of entertainment.

Can it affect your chances of success?
Sky: "I don't think it hurts your chances on Linkedin, 2100+ contacts and counting, allot of recruiters reach out to me all the time and never has it been an issue. I did have a hiring manager say to me once, he decided to bring me in for the interview, cause he wanted to put a face to the resume, to see who I was."

  linkedin.com/in/jony-van-hees-2801537    Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?  Jony: "There is not really a reason why I have a faceless profile picture. I always had the feeling that doing productions was something you don't do alone and that you, as a producer, do your work more “behind the scenes” so it felt weird to put my face on my own website so also on my LinkedIn page."   Can it affect your chances of success?  Jony: "I don’t think so. I always had enough work and they contacted me through LinkedIn as well. Maybe they think even that you’re a company instead of an individual.

linkedin.com/in/jony-van-hees-2801537

Why a FacelessLinkedIn-Profilepicture?
Jony: "There is not really a reason why I have a faceless profile picture. I always had the feeling that doing productions was something you don't do alone and that you, as a producer, do your work more “behind the scenes” so it felt weird to put my face on my own website so also on my LinkedIn page."

Can it affect your chances of success?
Jony: "I don’t think so. I always had enough work and they contacted me through LinkedIn as well. Maybe they think even that you’re a company instead of an individual.

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