LBM Weekly – 12/07/2017

LBM Weekly

Link Business Marketing are a business growth consultancy based in the North West of England. We specialise in helping businesses grow by leveraging LinkedIn. Our services include creating and maintaining the LinkedIn profiles for staff members of your business as well as establishing large LinkedIn networks. With our broad range of knowledge from our team of LinkedIn professionals, we decided to create a weekly newsletter that can give you a few pointers in the right direction regarding how to maintain and control your LinkedIn profile.

We Recommend

Have you tried adding media into your LinkedIn posts? Research shows that having media in your posts, such as images or videos, will increase the number of impressions and engagements that you will get.

Try To Avoid

It may seem logical to post as often as you can onto LinkedIn in order to frequently appear in the feeds of your network. However, over-posting will lead to an over-saturation of you and your content online. Spamming of your feed may cause your network to get bored of your content. This could lead to a loss of followers, connections etc. This is especially important when using LinkedIn, but still applies to other social media sites that you may use.

Did You Know?

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LinkedIn News

Forbes magazine has analysed the trends of LinkedIn and other social media sites to predict how they think LinkedIn will change in the coming months.

Overall, it is predicted that LinkedIn is going to continue to move in the direction of being similar to Facebook with the addition of more video posts as well as trying to have a bigger push on engagement between users. Let hope that whilst becoming more like Facebook, LinkedIn maintains its level of professionalism that it is known for.

You Asked Us

We want to answer your LinkedIn questions. Anything that you want to know about LinkedIn, whether it is regarding your profile or perhaps building your network, we can help. We want you to ask us the questions and every week our skilled LinkedIn professionals will try our best to answer a question or two that you have submitted.

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Thank you for reading out weekly newsletter. We hope that we have successfully helped you with your LinkedIn enquiries and that you come back next week to find more LinkedIn tips. If you have any questions or wish to contact us and our LinkedIn professionals, please feel free using any of the methods below or via any of our social media accounts.

Harrison Smith

Social Media Executive

Written for Dr. Mark D. Yates, the LinkedIn Expert’s Expert

LBM Info


Social Media Expert

Harrison is the LBM social media executive as well as an apprentice training towards his Level 3 Diploma in Digital Marketing. Harry’s primary role is to look after the different social media accounts that LBM has other than LinkedIn. These include Facebook, Twitter and Instagram along with a few others. He makes sure that LBM frequently post useful updates for all followers to view and engage with. Harry also makes sure that any messages sent to LBM via these platforms are responded to quickly. Harry’s position also requires him to assist LBM Team Leaders generate leads for both LBM and our large range of clients.

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