FREE MASTERCLASS
Join #1 bestselling author of The LinkedIn Code for a free training on "Cracking The LinkedIn Code"
register for our free webinar

What’s Brand New and What’s Coming with LinkedIn

Recently LinkedIn has been pushing out tons of updates and new features that enhance the social media platform’s functionality and power as a tool for marketing. Are you aware of these LinkedIn marketing enhancers? In this article I will cover all of their recent updates and there’s still more to come. Many of these new features will help you streamline and ramp up your LinkedIn marketing efforts. 8 New Features to Improve Your LinkedIn Marketing 1) Include multiple photos in your social Linkedin status updates Perhaps taking a cue from other popular social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn has now granted users the ability to include more than one photo in your status updates if you’re using an iOS-powered device. This is one of the platform’s many functionality updates since it gave its user interface a major makeover earlier this year. The ability to post multiple photos in a single LinkedIn update makes it easier for you to share event highlights with your professional network. They have also confirmed that the same functionality will soon be available on Android and LinkedIn for desktop. 2) Share a draft of your content before you publish  Another one of LinkedIn’s recent updates […]

5 Things You Should Avoid Posting On LinkedIn

Ever pause just before hitting the Share button when posting on LinkedIn? Have you ever wondered if what you are about to post will hurt or improve your personal brand and authority on LinkedIn? It can be hard to know what are the best kinds of content to post and which you should avoid. Especially when the topic is current, relevant and perhaps even controversial. While controversial posts will often get the most engagement and comments, do you really want people to associate that topic or content with you? You may even be thinking that if you just share the post and not give an opinion or comment that people won’t think that you are for or against a particular side. But often just by posting, your connections will make assumptions and form an opinion, which may or may not be in your favor. I am going to show a number of example posts and share why you may or may not want to share these types of posts on LinkedIn. Remember that LinkedIn is very different from Twitter or Facebook. It is a professional network, possibly full of potential prospects who may not share your world view and by […]

Pin It on Pinterest