Tips for LinkedIn
LinkedIn post ideas for beginners
The biggest mistake most newbie content marketers make is that they start publishing content when they are still newbies in their industry. You may be a beginner in your field of work, or you may have just started out on LinkedIn itself, but the point is that it's not a good idea to write articles that don't interest your target audience just to gain views or likes – especially when you are trying to build credibility and become an authority in your area of work.
There is much confusion about what can be posted on LinkedIn and what content will work best. We’ve gathered some content ideas that can work great for beginners on LinkedIn. Read below!
Stir up a Conversation by taking other people’s opinions
Have you ever wondered why some posts get so much attention on social media? The answer is simple. They stir up a conversation by taking other people’s opinions. It could be about any topic like politics, religion or even social media. This will grab the attention of your audience and make them want to react to it. If you do this right, you will get more shares, likes, comments and views than ever before!
Share your personal stories
If you want to create an engaging content then you should also try sharing your personal stories on social media. People love reading these types of stories because they feel connected and like they know you personally (even if they don’t). This will help increase the number of views that your post gets. You should also try adding photos in these types of posts as well because they tend to work great at grabbing attention from readers!
Stories of Epic Faliures
People learn from mistakes, not just their’s but other’s as well. They love to hear about these failures and what could have been better. There’s no shame in failing at something if you tried your best and didn’t give up when things got tough. The only shame comes from giving up too early or not trying hard enough in the first place (and those are two different things). So keep on trying and don’t be afraid of failure! Instead, use it as content for your LinkedIn profile.
Go behind the scene of news
Go behind the scene of a news story. If there’s been something in the news recently that has caught your attention, you can write about it or share an inside look at what really happened behind the scenes. This is great for sharing insider information with your audience.
Small tips related to your niche
If you have a specific skill or expertise, you can share simple tips that will help others improve their skills and become better at what they do. These articles don’t need to be long and detailed – just give tips on how to do something better or faster!
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