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Tips on Enhancing Your LinkedIn Company Page
Posted on December 19th 2013
This week LinkedIn released a list of the 10 best company pages in 2013. LinkedIn reached out to its members and asked them to nominate businesses and organizations who inspired and engaged users. The list of top companies included: Adobe, Dell, Four Seasons, and Hubspot, to name a few. This begs the question: What encompasses a great LinkedIn company profile?
A great LinkedIn company profile can complement your website and allows you to build a following of professionals who are interested in your products or services. Here are some tips to help you enhance your company page:
Optimize your page
Have you filled out the Products/Services section of your LinkedIn profile? If you answered no, then that needs to change. Marketers who utilize this section tend to attract twice as many followers. Use this section to explain what you do and give users more reasons to follow you. Along with this, company pages are very SEO friendly. Google previews up to 156 characters of your pages text. This means you should take the time to edit your description and use keywords that describe your area of expertise.
Make sure you have a good banner image
It goes without saying that the first thing a user sees on a company page is the customizable cover image. This image welcomes users to your page, so you should definitely make it pop. You can use this space to share company specific info, upcoming event info or even a new product or app launch. Ultimately you need to choose an image that represents your company and concurrently impresses potential followers.
Post engaging content
It’s very important to update your page regularly. LinkedIn is a social marketing channel, which means you need to be social! You should use this channel to share new blog posts, product announcements, company updates and other relevant news. Users are following you because not only are they interested in your business, but they also want to know what you’re up to. Just taking a few minutes a day to update your page regularly will help make your page engaging and resourceful.
LinkedIn provides companies, brands and small businesses the opportunity to share their stories, and engage with potential and current customers. It’s also important to note that LinkedIn, like other social media platforms, also allows companies to engage with employees and partners. By utilizing the tips provided above, businesses can achieve greater visibility and also add value/thought leadership to their industry.
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