Meet The New-Look Microsoft MCP Profile

Share Your New Profile Online And Get Hired Faster!


The Microsoft MCP Profile, for many years has been an important go-to place for Microsoft Certified Professionals and organizations seeking to employ skilled Microsoft Professionals. The problem of this all-important tool has always been accessibility. Microsoft MCP Profiles have always been a secure resource, almost impossible to share. Furthermore there is no simple publicly available database of MCPs which companies and organizations can make use of. Available MCPs need to head-hunted first (mostly through recruitment agents) and then they can share their MCP details once contacted or hired. The new MCP profile recently relaunched by Microsoft is an absolute game-changer!

The new MCP Profile Page replaces the old “virtual business card” system with a modern, customizable online page. You can create your public profile to highlight your skills but maintain your privacy with granular control over exactly how much info you share. The new MCP Profile Page integrates with LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus, and other social media sites for one-click sharing of your Microsoft Certifications.

Sharing your MCP Profile helps your visibility with potential (or, if you want a raise, current) employers. Hiring managers can search and connect with you based on the region, technical specialty, and years of experience you enter into your MCP Profile. Want to learn more about how you can take advantage of the new look MCP profiles and increase your chances of getting hired sooner? Learn more about the new MCP Profile Page by watching the videos below :

  1. Introducing the New MCP Profile Page – See a hands-on demo of the new Profile Page and get tips and tricks on setting up your own page
  2. MCP Profile FAQs – Get answers to the questions most MCPs have when setting up their new MCP Profile Page direct
  3. Why Hiring Managers Will Love the New MCP Profile Pages – Te key value props of an inherently-social online MCP profile delivers to hiring managers

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