1. Keep Your Titles Short
If your headline is too long, LinkedIn might truncate your title. That means people who are scrolling through the app or their news feeds will see only part of your headline.
Make your headline as concise as possible without neglecting important headline elements that increase clicks – such as using the right keywords, an emotional hook, and a promise (i.e., telling readers what they’ll get out of reading your post).
2. Use an Eye-Catching Image
If your headline fails to do the trick, the second most important element that can persuade readers to click is your article image.
Definitely avoid using boring images in your content, such as:
- Generic head shots.
- Company logos.
- Anything that will make a reader squint.
- Anything that screams “I’m a stock photo!” We’ve seen them all a thousand times before – the highway signs (Opportunity Ahead; Innovation, Next Exit), the happy and diverse business team working around the computer, and the business handshake of trust, to name just a few.
Here’s a great example of an eye-catching image:
Now that’s an image that stands out from the rest and makes we want to click!
3. Grow Your LinkedIn Connections
Every time you publish a post on LinkedIn, your connections will see an alert in their notifications.
But to really make ripples, you need a large audience of first-level connections.
For any of the stuff we’re talking about throughout this post to really work, you’ll need to make as many connections as you possibly can.
This means improving your LinkedIn profile (to sell yourself to potential connections) and expanding your LinkedIn network (this includes connecting to people you know as well as people you don’t yet know).
Here’s how to write the perfect LinkedIn connection request.
4. Publish Frequently
LinkedIn is a bit of a numbers game. You can’t just publish a post once every six months. That won’t help you.
I publish at least twice a week, usually on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You should probably only publish on weekdays during work hours – LinkedIn is a professional network, so not much happens after hours or on the weekends.
My whole LinkedIn Pulse strategy is powered 100 percent by republished and syndicated content. I’ve never once originated a single piece just for LinkedIn.
Don’t worry about duplicate content issues or the potential impact on organic search rankings if you pursue a content re purposing strategy. As long as you make it clear the article has been published before with a note that links to the original article, Google is good at figuring out which is the original source and which is the copy.
5. Get Featured on Channels
LinkedIn Pulse has more than 100 individual channels. Some of the most popular channels are for Leadership & Management, Big Ideas & Innovation, Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Social Media.
Getting your posts featured in one of these channels is essential to success. Pulse exposes your content to a massive audience.
At most, you can have 25,000 connections on LinkedIn (though most people don’t come anywhere close to this number). But these Pulse channels have millions of followers.
If you want a post you’re writing to get featured in Social Media (and potentially be read by those 14 million channel followers), then spend some time looking at what types of stories get featured. Figure out what types of article you need to publish if you want a shot at being featured.
6. Do Some Old-School SEO
Content optimization is one super simple way to help get your content featured on a Pulse Channel.
To categorize your content, LinkedIn Pulse does an analysis of the text of your article.
This is like SEO tactics of the dark ages, when all you had to do was include your keyword in the title and use the right words a few times throughout the post.
7. Ask a Pulse Editor to Feature Your Story
Want to get a story featured on LinkedIn Pulse? Then you’ll have to tweet at them.
Yes, seriously, you’ll need to head to Twitter to get something featured on LinkedIn.
All you have to do is send a friendly tweet to @LinkedInPulse. Like so:
8. Give Your Post a Paid Boost
Although getting your post featured on a Channel is awesome, it isn’t enough. You need to help your post go red hot.
After your content gets attached to the channel, you need to quickly drive lots of traffic to it. This will help push your post to top of channel, as opposed to being just listed on the channel in fifth position (or wherever it ends up being shown).
You have to get to the top spot. How?
Spend a few bucks (no more than $50) on Facebook and Twitter promoted posts. This will help quickly drive lots of traffic to your LinkedIn post.
The LinkedIn Pulse algorithm will reward your content if your post generates a bunch of traffic and engagement within a few minutes.
The best part? You don’t have to pay to drive traffic for long. The social media ads will simply act as a catalyst.
Once your social media ads have helped your article get to the top, the traffic will be self-sustaining for a while as LinkedIn’s users go to their favorite Channel to see what’s trending.
9. Promote Your LinkedIn Page
Although you’re limited to having 25,000 connections on LinkedIn, there is no limit on how many followers you can have.
What you should do is promote your LinkedIn page from other pieces of content.
For example, are you linking to your LinkedIn profile from your Twitter profile? That’s just one way you can help amplify your LinkedIn presence.
Think about it: you’re getting thousands of profile visits on Twitter every month. Even if only a small percentage of those click on the link to your LinkedIn profile, it increase the odds of further amplification on the network.
10. Repost Content
LinkedIn won’t penalize you for reusing the same content you’ve already published on their platform. There are no duplicate content filters.
If a post you published didn’t generate any engagement a few months ago, and you think it should have done much better, why not publish it again?
There are two things you should change, however: your title and image. Most likely, your old headline was too boring or your image wasn’t interesting. Now you know better!
11. Share Your Post
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