Scheduled posting on Linkedin
To start planning a post, click on “Schedule a post”:
To add text, click on the “Schedule a post” field:
To add an emoticon to the text, click on the emoji icon:
Choose the most suitable emoji and click on it:
To add an image or video to the post, click on the appropriate icon:
Choose the post category by clicking on the arrow in the ”Сhoose a category” section:
Choose the most suitable category and click on it:
Then, select the groups/pages on which the post should be published. If there is only one account added to the project, it will be already selected by default, and in this case, the post will be immediately displayed in the Preview section.
If you’ve added several accounts, a preview of the post will be available for all of these accounts. By clicking on the social network icon, we can see how the post will look on the relevant social network.
Select the desired date and click on it:
To choose the exact time for publishing, click on the appropriate cell and enter the required numbers:
Then click on “Schedule”:
Publication life hacks: Linkedln
Make your work on LinkedIn’s social network easier, more productive, and more efficient with the following life hacks:
Stop sending invitations from your Linkedln account
How to do this:
– Log in to your account;
– Enter in the address bar – http://www.linkedin.com/inbox/invitations/sent;
– A list of sent invitations will appear – click on Invitation to connect on LinkedIn;
– Then, in the new window that appears, click on “Withdraw”.
Repeat this step with each invitation.
Send requests to add a person to your contacts not through a profile, but through a search
If you are tired of confirming that you know the person you add to the contacts, you can skip this procedure by typing in the data of the correct person in the search engine of the social network. Then just click on the “Connect” button next to the person’s name.
Export the table with contacts from Linkedln
This table will contain the name, company and position of each contact.
How to do this:
– Choose the “Connections” tab and click on “Keep in Touch”;
– Click on the Settings icon;
– Select the “Export LinkedIn Connections” option;
– Export the file in CSV format.