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LinkedIn: How to Share Ideas, Questions, Articles and Website Links and Why It’s a Good Idea



LinkedIn-love-imageTips on Using the LinkedIn Status Bar for Marketing

LinkedIn is a great platform  to use for both personal and corporate brand awareness.  It operates the world’s largest professional network on the Internet with more than 259 million members in over 200 countries and territories. If you’re not optimizing your profile and taking advantage of one of the many ways to draw attention to your profile or company page, then you should pay close attention because I’m going to give you several ways to use the LinkedIn status bar for marketing. Here we go:

1. Share a blog post. If you have a blog for your organization – or a personal blog – you can write up a quick summary of the post and attach a link to it in the status bar. It will then be shared in your LinkedIn network and Twitter (if you want to do so).  Remember, your network can then share your latest update, like it and comment on it. This will help propagate the message even further.

I digress for just a minute. Here are some thoughts sharing updates through LinkedIn to Twitter at the same time.

I’m not a big fan of publishing your status updates to your personal Twitter account via LinkedIn for every status update unless the majority of your Twitter followers are colleagues and like minded individuals. Why, you ask? You’re dealing with two entirely different audiences, with different personalities, writing styles and lingo. On LinkedIn, you may have some important work-related intel to share with like-minded connections. While those in a directly related field may express interest, it will likely go over the heads of all those on Twitter.  Twitter is designed to be more of a casual, conversational format. You may want to gain followers by posting a tweet intentionally designed to get a reaction. While random people may love it, your business contacts may get turned off by the “unprofessionalism” of your tweet. Remember, not everyone uses Twitter, so your colleagues on LinkedIn may not know how to read some of the special characters and abbreviations on Twitter.

2. Increase the reach of a press release – When you send out a press release, you can post it through the LinkedIn status bar with a link to the complete news release and your network(s) will get the information that way. Again, your connections can share, like and comment on the status and their networks will get the press release information too.

3. Media coverage or bylined articles – If you  or your company are covered by the media or you write an article for an industry publication, post it to the status bar. Include the link to the article and ask your network to like, share and comment. You would be surprised by the number of people that will help you out if you just ask.

4. Promote an event – Hosting an upcoming event or conference? In addition to using traditional channels to market your event – write up a short description with a link to the event’s website and send it out through the LinkedIn status bar.

5. Job Opportunities – Is your organization hiring? Let people know about it by posting an update. Post a brief description of the job and add a link to your careers page. This is a great way to get referrals from your connections!

6. Share Other Information — You can share thoughts, articles or other content-rich websites with others from several places.  You can use the posting module on your home page to share information. The example “Using Pinterest to Gain Exposure” is shown in the below screenshot.

How to Post a Status Update on LinkedIn.
1. Click into the text box where it says “Share an update” and type in your remark and/or link.

  • Limited to 600 characters maximum.
  • If you choose to update your Twitter status too, only the first 140 characters will be visible on Twitter.

2. Click  “Attach a Link” to add your URL  and then click “Attach Link” (optional). Allow a few seconds for a description to automatically display.

  • Click the Edit link to modify the title and description.

3. Select an option under “Visible To:”

  • Pick anyone to show updates to everyone looking at your profile and send updates to your connections. (This is the default setting.)
  • Pick connections only to be visible only to your connections looking at your profile and to send updates to your connections.

4. Check the box next to the Twitter icon to update your Twitter status with the same information (optional).

5. Click “Share.”

  • You can also share with groups or individuals once the update is posted. It will show up on your home page under “All Updates” as shown below in my post “How Much Automation is Safe For Your Social Media Strategy.” Click “share” to post to groups or share with individuals. You can share posts with 1 group or as many groups as you belong.

An update will remain visible in the Activity Feed in your side bar until it is replaced by a more recent update or until you delete it. You can even check to see how your update is performing by viewing it on the right hand side of your home page shown below underneath “Who’s Viewed Your Updates.”

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Other Ways of Sharing Updates:
  • From Discussions in your groups.
  • From partner sites like Wall Street Journal, Forbes or the New York Times.
  • From LinkedIn Pulse.
  • From any webpage when using the LinkedIn Sharing Bookmarklet.
  • From your connections’ updates by liking their posts.

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[Infographic] 12 Things to do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post


You’ve spent a ton of time researching and writing your blog post for the world to see and, hopefully, share. Even the best articles need help getting noticed so the only people reading your blog posts aren’t you and your subscribers. Promoting your blog post is vital to driving social media engagement for your article which will lead to traffic back to your blog.  This infographic by Divvy does a nice job explaining the steps you should be taking after you’ve written your next article.

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4 Ways to Gain Followers on Your LinkedIn Company Page


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If you’re not taking advantage of LinkedIn’s Company Pages, then you’re missing out on a huge opportunity to reach an even broader audience and further brand your business online. It’s an opportunity to share your company story, engage with a captive audience, drive word of mouth at scale and highlight your products and services. So, with that said, once you’ve created a Company Page, you need to grow your follower base to promote your company’s products and services and even recruit talent.  The good news is I’m going to give you four ways to do this. The bad news is that LinkedIn does not make this as easy as it could be by automating this process. Ultimately, doing all four of these tactics will be the most beneficial.

1. Right now, the best and only way to directly invite your connections would be to send them a direct message which would include your link (http://www.linkedin.com/company/yourcompanyname)  to your Company Page. You should also include verbiage about your company and why they should follow.

2. If you haven’t already done so, I’d suggest adding the ‘Follow Company’ button to your website. This is easy to set up and another way to grow your follower base. Find out more about how to do this here.

3. You can also add your Company Page URL (http://www.linkedin.com/company/yourcompanynamehere) to your outbound emails and all marketing communications.

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4. You can create Ad campaigns to promote your Company Page and attract new followers. You can engage in advertising to promote your business, product, service, or job openings, with highly targeted, pay-for-performance ads that drive traffic back to your Company Page. You can find out more about this here.

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5. Make sure your company name and logo are added on your personal profile page.  If you haven’t done so already, make you you select a company from the type-ahead menu when adding a position to your profile. Your logo from the company’s page on LinkedIn will display next to the position listed on your profile. If your company doesn’t have a company page on LinkedIn, no logo will be shown. If a page is created for your company after you’ve created your position, you must edit your position and select the company from the drop down list in order to display the logo. You can learn how to create a company page here.

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If you would like to learn more about LinkedIn Company Pages, you can visit Company Pages Frequently Asked Questions and there will be tons of helpful information about the requirements of adding a company page,  company updates and sponsored updates, administrative functions and career pages. If you don’t have the time to tackle this, you can always contact me to provide a quote.

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[Infographic] Linkedin Boasts 3 Million Company Pages~Congrats!


linkedin heart imageAccording to their official blog, Linkedin has announced yet another milestone, more than three million Company Pages. This includes a half-million just in the past 12 months! Here’s a few highlights:

  • Company branding efforts, such as Inside looks and interviews, draw the most engagement.
  • Employment branding and Career Opportunity updates also get the most action.
  • There are 4,000 think tanks on LinkedIn.
  • Over 1,000 pages focus on nanotechnology.
  • There are 490 company names with the words “Ninja,” “Pirate,” or “Samurai.”
  • Mashable has the most engaged follower community on Linkedin.

Check out some other fun stats below in the infographic created by Linkedin:

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[Infographic] Facebook ‘Best Days to Post’ Segmented by Industry


facebook heartWhat is the best time to share content on Facebook for maximum exposure?  Should you post first thing in the morning?  During lunch?  At the end of the workday when people are getting ready to head home? Determining when to post  to get the most engagement is one of the greatest challenges of Facebook page admins. Who’s to say that a post targeted at the retail industry wouldn’t do better on the weekends while a post targeted towards technology fans wouldn’t do better during the work week? Not all Facebook posts are targeted at the same people, so you have to be careful of “general research” about Facebook or any other social media trend. It may not apply to your industry or audience. That’s why this infographic from LinchpinSEO is helpful. The data for this infographic analyzed the user engagement of more than 1,800 Facebook pages from the world’s top brands for the first two months following the implementation to Timeline. The data was collected from April 1 to May 31, 2012 and is organized by industry. For instance, companies considered “general retail” will find more engagement on Mondays (19% above average), whereas nonprofits will see greater success on weekends (14% higher interaction on Saturdays and Sundays.) 

Check out the infographic below and let me know what you think in the comments below.  Do you think you’ll start paying more attention to the timing of your social networking as a result of these findings?

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On a side note, if you’re not sure how your Facebook page is performing and you’re looking to get your  feet wet in the world of marketing, I wrote a post awhile back about PageLever, who launched an app called Minilytics. Minilytics is a FREE app for marketers looking for quick answers to the basic marketing questions of your Facebook pages. This basic analytic’s tool is a great way to get answers specific to YOUR Facebook pages: your best time to post, the number of fans your posts reach, the most popular kind of content to post for your fans and an analysis of the demographics of your fan base. You can get more information on this tool here.

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[Infographic] The LinkedIn Profile–Insight Into the Users of the Professional Networking Powerhouse


Are you surprised that 61% of 500 Americans surveyed by Lab42 chose LinkedIn for professional networking over Facebook at 22%? Probably not. What is surprising to me is that 35% of users check-in daily and 42% update their profile regularly. Only 6% check-in less than once a month. It wasn’t that long ago that professional networking meant printing off your resume, attending job fairs and scheduling coffee dates with old co-workers or friends of friends who could help you land your next dream job. This is not the case anymore. As of January 9, LinkedIn boasts over 200 million members with representation in more than 200 countries and territories. 74 million coming from the United States. Wow.

Check out this infographic by Lab42 to see how these 500 Americans surveyed utilized their profile and to see if they valued LinkedIn as a professional networking too.

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New LinkedIn Feature: Add Groups to Company Pages and a How To


LinkedIn-love-imageA LinkedIn Company Page allows you to learn more about a company you are interested in.  For a business, it’s the opportunity to tell your company’s story, highlight your products and services, share articles, press coverage, career opportunities and drive word of mouth at scale. For millions of professionals, a Company Page is a place to explore companies of interest, get the latest company updates and industry news, research products & services and learn about job opportunities. Any LinkedIn member can follow a company that has set up a Company Page to get updates on key developments.

If your company doesn’t have a LinkedIn Company Page yet and wants to set up a page, first check out the requirements to add a Company Page and read the basics on how to add a Company Page. (You can also contact me for help!) For more detailed information, download LinkedIn’s Guide to your Company Page.

Why Add Featured Groups to Your Company’s Page?

  • Gives you the opportunity to showcase staffing organizations or associations’ groups you are a part of or manage.  If you are affiliated with a particular organization, it may build credibility if a potential prospect or candidate sees you display it on your page.
  • Highlight a particular specialty your firm has. If you are participating in an industry-specific group (such as Social Media Marketing), it can help draw attention to your expertise in this area.
  • A great way to highlight community ties. If your firm prides itself on its community ties and you participate in a specific group for your community, consider adding it as a Featured Group.

Here’s How To Add a Featured Group:

First of all, to add a group to your Company Page, you must be both the Company Page administrator and a member of the group you want to add. You can add up to 3 groups per Company Page.

1. Go to your Company Page.

2. Click Edit at the top of the Home tab.

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5. Start typing the name of the group you’d like to add (Please note that your groups will appear in the order in which they are listed while you’re in the edit mode.)

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6. Click ‘Publish’ in the top right corner after you add your group (s). Once you have added Featured Groups to your page, it will add the list to your right sidebar in the bottom for visitors to see.

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[Infographic] The New Face of SEO: How SEO Has Changed


The following infographic from Fuzz One has hit the nail on the head on the latest SEO best practices. It details both the OLD vs. NEW approaches to SEO and has outlined today’s SEO in a clear visual representation. To me, SEO is confusing and I actually understood what they are saying without having to reread it a dozen times, however, if you’re scratching your head and wondering what the heck SEO is, I’m including a definition so hopefully the infographic will make more sense.

WHAT IS SEO?

SEO, the acronym stands for Search Engine Optimization. It is the process of getting traffic from the “free,” “organic or unpaid,” “editorial” or “natural” listings on search engines. All major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing have such results, where web pages and other content such as videos or local listings are shown and ranked based on what the search engine considers most relevant to users. As a digital marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, what people search for, the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines and which search engines are preferred by their targeted audience. Optimizing a website may involve editing its content, HTML and associated coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic. Hopefully, that helps. Ever onward.

Like everything in the world of digital marketing, it changes within a blink of an eye and so has SEO. It is verging more and more towards a creative and marketing mindset that touches the nerves of humans OR an audience that search engines are getting better at understanding. SEOs are starting to think about their audience first with engaging content before optimization for search engines. The infographic should hopefully shed better light as to where SEO is headed and give you an idea on how to align your digital marketing activities with these changes. Check it out.

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The TOP Social Networks According to Nielsen’s 2012 Social Media Report


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Nielsen has just released their 2012 State of Social Media Report report. The report highlights lots of interesting details about the top social networks and where we’re using social media. The report tips a 37 percent increase in the total time spent on social media in the U.S., reaching 121 billion minutes in July, compared to 88 billion in summer 2011. One in three social media users prefer contacting a company via social media vs. calling them by phone.  A term now known as ‘social care’ –customer service via social media.

The ultimate social network, Facebook, remains the most-visited in the U.S., and earned the title of most popular Web brand in the U.S. this year. It reached 152.2 million PC visitors, 78.4 million app users, and 74.3 million mobile Web surfers. That dwarfs social sites in all categories (see graphic below), beating No. 2 Blogger by more than 93.7 million PC users. In the mobile app race, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Google+, and Pinterest carry the top five spots.

Top networks like Facebook and Twitter have profound staying power in a world where social media options are expanding every day, including breakout star Pinterest, which boasted what Nielsen reported is the largest year-over-year increase — 1,698 percent. It’s now bigger than Google+ and closing in on LinkedIn, which remained static this year. These numbers have made it clear that Pinterest can officially be considered part of the “big four” social networks.

With so many mobile options, it appears nearly a third of people ages 18 to 24 write Facebook comments, send tweets, and perhaps even blog from the comfort of their bathroom. Those ages 25 to 34 are more likely to use social networking in the office.

For all of the celebrity accounts and political usage accrued by social media, it seems that people still focus on connecting with friends and family members. More than 60 percent of people turn on Facebook to keep up with someone they know in real life, while 9 percent initiate LinkedIn contact because of a person’s physical attractiveness, Nielsen reported.

It comes as no surprise, but Nielsen has found that people are spending more and more time on the internet. The main reason for this is the increasing amount of smartphone owners, tablets, handheld music players like the iPod touch, game consoles, Internet-enabled TVs and e-readers with access to the internet 24/7. The overall unique audience using mobile apps increased 85%–7 times more than on the mobile web. PC usage dropped 4%. On top of this, the number of minutes spent on mobile apps increased 120% from 2011.

These numbers are huge. But consider this: social media use accounts for 20% of a user’s time on PCs and 30% on mobile devices. Considering these are both such large chunks of consumers’ internet time and the fact that this internet time is skyrocketing as it is,  time on social media is exploding. Want to know where your consumers are? Social media. Want to know where you should be examining your marketing strategy? Social media. Remember what life was like before social media? It’s hard for me to remember.

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If you want to see the full report, go ahead and download Nielsen’s 2012 Social Media Report for yourself. If you found this article helpful, be sure to follow me on Twitter, “Like” me on Facebook, follow me on Pinterest, and follow BrandLove, LLC on LinkedIn. I post many more tips and tricks on my other social channels. Thanks for reading my post and I appreciate your support!

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[Infographic] The Ultimate Social Media Image Sizing Cheat Sheet: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest Oh My!


A humongous thank you to Luna Metrics for putting together this awesome and incredibly handy cheat sheet. It is a really helpful tool that you can use when updating graphics on your Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest business pages.

As sizing changes are implemented across social networks, Luna Metrics will actively update this sheet – meaning that if you use the embed code at the bottom to share this sheet on your own site, the image will automatically update with changes as they are rolled out. No more out-of-date information.

So, without further adieu, here it is – the ultimate, complete, final social media sizing cheat sheet. You can find a simple text list of the pixel dimensions at the bottom. Save this on your hard drive and never Google ‘Facebook cover photo size’ again.

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Here’s the Information in Table Format

Facebook

Timeline

Profile Picture

160 x 160 px

Must be uploaded at least 180 x 180 px

Cover Photo

851 x 315 px

About Us

255 Characters

App Preview Image

111 x 74 px

Total Length of Apps bar (including gaps)

350 px

Timeline Profile Picture

32 x 32 px

Shared Image

403 x 403 px

Photos can be viewed up to 960 x 720 px in the lightbox and expanded up to 2048 x 2048 px.

Shared Facebook Video

403 x 226

Status Update

63,206 characters

Shared Link Preview

156 x 116 px

Editable, can be set with the og:type meta property

Shared Link Title Tag

Up to 100 characters

Editable, can be set with og:title meta property

Shared Link Metadescription

Varies based on available room

Highlighted Post or Milestone

843 x 403 px

Highlighted Video Post or Milestone

843 x 475 px

News feed

News feed profile picture

50 x 50 px

News Feed Status update

Up to 5 lines of text before Facebook truncates & appends ‘See More’ at the first break after the fifth

Shared Image

Landscape

398 x 296 px

Portrait

296 x 398 px

Square

320 x 320 px

News Feed Sponsored Story Profile Picture

32 x 32 px

News Feed Sponsored Story Image

Landscape

358 x 268 px

Portrait

268 x 358 px

Square

300 x 300 px

Shared Facebook Video Preview

403 x 226 px

Shared Video Link Preview

130 x 73 px

Shared Link Thumbnail

90 x 90 px

Shared Link Title

Up to 100 Characters

Editable

Shared Link Description

Varies based on Thumbnail & Title Size

Editable

Ads

URL Ad Title

25 Characters

URL Ad Copy

90 Characters

Page Ad Profile Picture

50 x 50 px

Page Ad Title

Page Name

Page Ad Copy

90 Characters

Page Post Ad Profile Picture

32 x 32 px

Page Post Ad Title

Page Name

Page Post Ad Copy

First 90 characters of selected post

First 120 characters if post is text-only

Page Post Ad Image

90 x 118 px

Page Post Ad Video Preview

128 x 72 px

Page Post Ad Link Thumbnail

50 x 50 px

Sponsored Story Fan Picture

50 x 50 px

Sponsored Story Profile Picture

32 x 32 px

Premium Page Post Ad Profile Picture

50 x 50 px

Premium Page Post Ad Video Preview

185 x 104 px

Premium Page Post Ad Image

168 x 128 px

Twitter

Profile

Background Image

90% of visitors see first 78 px of the background

67% see 204 px

43% see 247 px

21% see 284 px

Recent Image Preview

90 x 90

Profile Picture

81 x 81 px

4 px border

Tweet Length

140 Characters

In-stream

Profile Picture

48 x 48 px

Shared Media Tweet Length

140 characters, including link

Shared Link Preview

120 x 120 px

Must be at least 60 x 60 px

Shared Link Title

First 70 characters of twitter:title tag

Shared Link Description

First 200 characters of twitter:description tag

Shared Image

375 x 375 px

Shared Video Preview

435 x 244 px

Video Details

Video Title and first 160 characters of video description

Google+

Company Profile

Cover Photo

890 x 180 px

Profile Picture

250 x 250 px

5 px border

Horizontal Profile and cover photo gap

614 px

Status Update

100,000 Characters

Can include hash tags

Shared Link Thumbnail

150 x 150 px

Shared Video Preview

497 x 279 px

Shared Image

497 x 373 px

Can be uploaded and viewed up to 2048 x 2048 px

YouTube

Branded Channel

Content Container

970 px wide

Mappable Header

970 x 150 px

Can map links off of YouTube

Profile Picture

55 x 55 px

Featured Video

640 x 390 px

Video Thumbnail

288 x 162 px

YouTube Brand Channel Background Size

90% of users see 8 px on either side of the content container

Up to 1 mb in size

67% see 136 px

43% see 180 px

21% see 216 px

Video

Title

Up to 100 characters

User Banner

Up to 170 x 25 px

Video Preview

640 x 390 px

Description

Up to 5000 characters

Tags

Up to 500 characters

Hidden, can be found in page source under “meta:keywords”

Recommended Playlist Details

Playlist Title

Recommended Playlist Large Thumbnail

120 x 67 px

Recommeded Playlist Small Thumbnail

40 x 25 px

Recommended Video Details

Video Title, Author, and Views

Recommended Video Thumbnail

120 x 67 px

LinkedIn

Overview

Horizontal Logo

100 x 60 px

Cover Photo

646 x 220 px

Company Square Logo

50 x 50 px

Company Comment Logo

30 x 30 px

Shared Link Thumbnail

180 x 110 px

Shared Link Details

Shared Link Title and up to 230 characters of description. The description is editable.

Careers

Careers Cover Photo

974 x 238 px

Products and Services

Products and Services Banner Image

646 x 220 px

Product Image

100 x 80 px

Product Details

100 character title and 2000 character description

Pinterest

Profile

Profile Picture

160 x 165 px

About Section

Up to 200 characters

Boards

Board

222 x 207 px

Big Thumbnail

222 x 150 px

Small Thumbnails

55 x 55 px

Pins

Profile Picture

32 x 32 px

Pin Image Preview

192 x scaled height

Pin on board

222 x scaled height

Pin

Profile Picture

49 x 49 px

Pin

600 x infinity

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