I’ll share with you some ideas that have worked for me. Add some descriptions with relevant results of your previous jobs on LinkedIn and your CVs. I can read some results in your profile, but they are unclear to me. For example: – How large were the teams you created? – What were the savings you brought as an assistant general manager? – What were the results of your latest role? There is nothing about it. Next, write a more appealing About. I can tell you that I have 10+ years of experience in Software Development with X and Y techs and that means nothing to a recruiter. After that, I can see the positions you’re looking for are quite high. Great, how about creating a profile that is related to them? If I wanted to be the Vice President of Sales in X organization and that’s not an SME/StartUp, and I’m looking for a job for over a year, then something is not working. Either your expectations are too high or you’re not selling yourself well. You must have a fantastic Elevator Pitch as your About. Further, your current About is too diverse. Focus on 2 or 3 key areas and explain what you’ve done with precise results and why I should hire you. As a bonus, get some references and a nice banner. 1st impressions matter.