LinkedIn has launched two exciting new features to help you easily connect and engage people using their app! The first is that they’re providing a QR code that directs people to your LinkedIn Profile. This will be incredibly useful at events.
They also added a feature similar to what you see on websites such as Medium, that allows you to highlight text and send it straight to a Tweet. However, in this case it sends it to a new LinkedIn post.
Feel free to watch the videos with Viveka von Rosen, Vengreso’s Chief Visibility Officer, or read on to learn more about these two new LinkedIn features.LinkedIn has launched two exciting new features to help you easily connect and engage people using their app! Check it out! @meaghanmae @LinkedInExpert #SocialSelling #DigitalSales #SellingwithLinkedInClick To Tweet
How to Use LinkedIn’s New QR Codes to Easily Connect at Events
Instead of running through the stack of business cards you collected at your last trade show, and typing a bunch of names into LinkedIn, you can now quickly connect with people on the spot by presenting them with your LinkedIn QR code.
Another instance where this will be handy is if you’re at an event and run out of business cards. Instead of standing there spelling your name over and over again (individuals with names that are long or difficult to spell – do you feel me?), you’ll be able to pull up your QR code so the other person can simply scan it, and BOOM – Connection Request sent!
It’s really easy to access. All you have to do is launch your mobile app, click Search, and then tap ‘Scan QR Code.’ You’ll see a screen with a camera to scan a QR code, and two tabs at the top. Switch over to ‘My code,’ and you can save it directly to your phone.
I’d suggest marking the saved image as a favorite or putting in a special album so you can easily find it later. If you have any trouble downloading it, Viveka’s video on LinkedIn QR codes includes a visual of the process, step-by-step.Connect with people on the spot during events with LinkedIn's QR code feature. Find out how it works via @meaghanmae and @LinkedInExpert. #SocialSelling #DigitalSelling #SellingwithLinkedInClick To Tweet
How to Easily Quote Articles and Engage People with Your iPhone LinkedIn App
Now that you know how to save your QR code and use it to be a pro networker at events, let’s look at a new way to engage people with the LinkedIn App.
The next time you find something in a LinkedIn article that you want to quote, highlight the text in your App. An option to ‘Share on LinkedIn’ will pop up and when you click, it automatically creates a new post with the quote and a link to the article.
Stick to best practices when you’re writing your post. Remember to tag the writer, add relevant hashtags, and add your authentic commentary.
As with any posts, you have the option to click ‘X’ and save the draft for later. A LinkedIn Hack Viveka shared is to identify multiple articles and quotes at once and save them – so batching your content. This is how I write social media posts, and it makes filling up my calendar a lot easier..@LinkedInExpert, Viveka von Rosen, shows a new way to engage people with the LinkedIn App! @meaghanmae has all the details in this article. #SocialSales #DigitalSelling #SellingwithLinkedInClick To Tweet
Let us know which of these new LinkedIn features you’re excited to start using in the comments below!
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10 thoughts on “15 LinkedIn Profile Optimization Tips to Get Found This 2023”
My LinkedIn account was ranking on the first page for best mommys blog keyword quite a few years back and I didn’t have any idea. While working, I stumbled upon the Analytic section of LinkedIn and saw that most of the visitors are coming from search engine later on I realized that in my profile I’ve used “Mommy’s blog” word a lot of time and that is the reason why it was ranking well on SERP. This is how I came to know about SEO and I was also amazed by the fact that how easy it was to rank for competitive keywords back then. Anyways loved your article and please share more tips on SEO.
Thanks for sharing. The number of times you mention a word or phrase is still a factor for sure.
We love hearing tips as well as questions our reader, so keep them coming!
Should I change keywords overtime based on what’s popular on the internet?
There is a lot of value in this article, especially for those looking to improve their visibility on LinkedIn. My favorite of the fifteen tips shared in this article is number nine. I’ve observed that people with custom profile links, seem to get more attention than those who haven’t customized their LinkedIn profile URL. Interesting article, thank you for taking the time to put it together.
Customizing LinkedIn URLs create more visibility for sure! Thank you, Bret.
I agree with the recommendations, they are a very important part of our strategy on LinkedIn, it can give confidence to potential customers (or leaders when someone is looking for a job).
People shouldn’t underestimate keywords on their LinkedIn profile! This helped potential buyers to find me on LinkedIn more easily when they searched for certain products and/or services. Thanks Viveka!
Thank you for another great blog post. For the alt text and/or naming images, do you mean two to three different keyword phrases as a maximum, like this?
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Or can you add more keyword phrases than this?
Hey David – I honestly don’t know the efficacy of adding more keywords than that. I would stick with what you have above.
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