I had never put a photo on my Linked In profile before. Your looks shouldn't factor into your job qualifications, even though in the real, terrible world we live in, they obviously do.
Looks DEFINITELY factor into finding a love partner.
Unfortunately, Linked In doesn't have any filters for relationship status or sexual orientation.
So you just have to go by photo hotness, kind of like on Tinder.
Because Linked In already feels a little like a dating site — you can add a photo, and it lets you see who viewed your profile — I decided to see if I could use it like one. We would never intentionally notify your friends or post on your timeline or anything crazy like that. Other info like current city, hometown, likes, interests, and education are things we use to match you more effectively, but we can only get this information if you grant us the permissions on Facebook. The League is designed to cater to people who want privacy and control over who can view their dating profile.You decide exactly when your photos will be visible, to whom, and for how long."I used Photofeeler to test portraits for my website, FB, Twitter and Linked In.