When you sign up for LinkedIn, you are automatically given a public profile that displays your name, headline, job title, company, and current position. Your email address is also automatically displayed on your profile. If you would like to hide your email address from other LinkedIn members, there is a way to do this. In your LinkedIn settings, you can choose to display your email address as hidden.
To hide your email address on LinkedIn, you can create a custom URL for your profile that does not show your email address. To do this, click on “Edit Profile” and then click on the “Public Profile” tab. Under the “Profile Address” section, click on the “Custom URL” link and enter a name for your profile that does not include your email address. LinkedIn will generate a new URL for you that includes this name.
There are no People Also Ask For widgets in this SERP
People Also Ask For widgets are a SERP feature that allows users to see a list of questions related to the query they just typed into the search bar. This SERP does not have this feature enabled, so users will not be able to see a list of related questions. This can be beneficial for certain types of queries, as it allows users to explore more information on the topic they are interested in.
SERPs (search engine result pages) can be customized to show different types of widgets, including People Also Ask For (PAAF) widgets. A SERP without any PAAF widgets is called a “vanilla” SERP. Certain complex academic jargon can be used to describe various aspects of SERP customization. For example, the term “vanilla” can be used to describe a SERP without any PAAF widgets.