Alongside LinkedIn’s reputation as a ‘professional social network’, it is also a crucial marketing platform enabling businesses to connect with clients. Once only available for LinkedIn ‘influencers’, their platform allows users to publish original content that immediately becomes part of their own professional profile and is shared with their network. Users are also given the opportunity to follow content produced by other individuals not in your network.
In this post we discuss the advantages of using LinkedIn in your content marketing strategy.
1. Create Attractive Content
You’ve probably heard this a million times, but ensuring that your content is interesting, exciting and even attractive to your readers is vital. Similar to the content that you publish, keeping a consistency when you’re blogging with theme, style and voice is important to keep your readers fascinated.
Although there is no formal editing, LinkedIn does make it clear that any content that is sales-orientated won’t be tolerated. Look at what you’re trying to achieve and keep your blogging as relevant to that as possible. If your business deals with interior design look at topics surrounding it – they don’t need to be specific to the main subject but your audience need to …