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Should you get LinkedIn Creator Mode (and what is it?)

This week’s podcast is all about a new feature that’s just launched on LinkedIn – it’s called LinkedIn Creator Mode

Over the last 10 years, LinkedIn has really changed from where it used to be. Back then, you may have turned to LinkedIn to find a job and would have maybe updated your profile accordingly. Fast forward to today and there’s a small, but growing, group of people who are creating content on the platform, for the platform. For example, live videos, writing articles, blog posts and comments all intended to start conversations.

Who are LinkedIn Creators

In this episode I discuss who LinkedIn creators are, and how to judge for yourself how, and why, you’re using LinkedIn to see whether you might fall into this category (heads up – not everyone will, and that’s totally fine!).

Here are  the three key elements that Creator offers:

  1. Adding up to five topics you will talk about on LinkedIn on your Introductory Card
  2. Switching to ‘follow’ first.  Creator Mode will show the number of followers:  how many you have and whether they’re visible and clickable to your network
  3. Prioritisng your content in the ‘Activity’ Section of your profile

If you want to find out more about LinkedIn Creator Mode, book a strategy call with me. 

I also offer a monthly retainer option to support and help you achieve your goals on an ongoing basis.  This is best for someone whose clients and potential customers are found on LinkedIn.  You know they are there, you just need to get in front of them. 

Don’t forget to rate and subscribe to the podcast. 

https://youtu.be/Tq3tKJ5vJns

To see my LinkedIn VIP offering, all the details are here: www.louisebrogan.com/linkedinvip

Please see the overview of my monthly retainer package here: https://louisebrogan.com/what-does-a-linkedin-retainer-package-look-like/

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