[True Story] How He Got 24X MORE Views on His LinkedIn Posts
Yes, you read that right!
And that's what I'm sharing with you here.
Because you can do it too!
This is REAL Power Posting!
You'll find out:
- When to post
- Where to post on LinkedIn
- What to post
- How often to post
- And a whole lot more!
You’ll want to hear all about this true story plus insanely powerful tips to Maximize & Optimize your LinkedIn posts.
Watch the video and read below.
Let me give you a little background info and some perspective first.
Some Important LinkedIn Stats (https://foundationinc.co/lab/b2b-marketing-linkedin-stats/)
- LinkedIn now has over 675 million monthly users
- Only 40% of monthly active users use LinkedIn daily
- LinkedIn’s reported user goal is 3 billion.
- There are 9 billion content impressions in the LinkedIn feed every week.
- Only 3 million users share content weekly.
Did you get that????
That’s HUGE for you!
If… you actually take action and start posting on LinkedIn!
Less than 1% of monthly LinkedIn users post content on a weekly basis. That means 3 million users are grabbing up 9 Billion impressions each week.
I shouldn’t have to tell you why you should be sharing content on LinkedIn every week. In fact, every day!
OK, let’s get back to the big deal here…
“How He Got 24X More Views on His LinkedIn Posts”.
Sounds CRAZY, right? But it’s the real deal. And I experience it all the time with my posts.
You can read the whole sha-bang here, but I’ll tell you exactly what he did, and how he did it in a nut shell.
Because it’s DEAD SIMPLE!
Here’s what my buddy Emeric, had to say for himself…
“By repeating a LinkedIn post 5 times, I was able to get 24 times more views in total than the very first post had. That first post got 109 views while the next 4 got a total of 2,547 views.”
All he did, is exactly what I do all the time. He republished his link post on LinkedIn 4 more times after the original post.
And he tracked the results.
What he did was create his post and post it. Then he republished the link to that post 10 days later at a different time of day. Then another 10 days later and a different time of day. Then waited another 10 days and posted at yet another time of day.
This is easy to do with a scheduling tool like Buffer.com. Or the tool he used, which is Agorapulse.
Let’s dig a little deeper into my posting strategy that gets the exact same kinds of results.
When to Post on LinkedIn
Because LinkedIn is a business platform, it gets way more eyeballs during business days and business hours.
And research has shown that Tuesday through Thursday are the best days to post, and between 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Now that all depends upon your unique audience and the time zone you’re in.
I highly recommend you post on LinkedIn every day. But, if you’re time crunched and aren’t posting every day. Start off with Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Friday is probably the worst day to post. Especially any time after noon.
Don’t overlook posting on the weekends. Test it out and see what kind of views you get.
I have a global audience, so I post 4 times a day, throughout the day, everyday.
I do this by creating new content once a day, and reposting existing content the other 3 times a day.
Where to Post on LinkedIn
I recently wrote an article about the importance of diversification of delivery.
Just like it’s important to use different platforms and vehicles for delivering your message, it’s important to use all the different ways LinkedIn enables you to post.
Post on your timeline: Do this by going to the homepage and clicking on “Start a post”
Post in groups: Groups are insanely powerful on LinkedIn. So be sure to join groups that are relevant to “network marketing”, “mlm”, “multilevel marketing” and “direct sales”.
You can also join groups that relate to the interest area of your company products. You can surprisingly find groups for just about everything under the sun on LinkedIn.
Post helpful, informative, relevant content in those groups.
Upload to LinkedIn SlideShare: Most people don’t know about this, but don’t miss it! It’s a powerful platform to share presentations, infographics, documents, and videos. Sharing content on SlideShare can build your reputation and really help you stand out in from the crowd.
Post on LinkedIn Pulse
The Power of LinkedIn Pulse
LinkedIn gives you your own personal blog!
It’s called articles on LinkedIn, or what’s know as LinkedIn Pulse.
And unless you’re somebody who has a massive following, you’ll get way more views of your articles on LinkedIn, than you will of blog posts on your website.
I have over 200 articles on LinkedIn that get hundreds of views.
LinkedIn is “article hungry” and the algorithm loves you if you write articles.
And according to the Foundationinc.co article, “50+ LinkedIn Statistics for 2020” noted above…
“Only 0.2% of LinkedIn users have published an article using LinkedIn’s publisher platform. Something as simple as republishing your content on LinkedIn can put you in a unique group of contributors boosting each piece of content you create. As far as the LinkedIn algorithm goes, native posts published through this platform seem to get more love than external links, making this an even greater opportunity.”
What to Post on LinkedIn
To freshen up your posts and get your creative juices flowing, grab a copy of my FREE 10 Top Types of LinkedIn Post guide here.
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