Sat, 8 April 2017
Welcome to episode 156, this week I finally get around to discussing how LinkedIn works across different languages and seeing as I know very little about the subject, I called upon my good friend Luca Bozzato to help out.
But first a few updates for you…..
LinkedIn have finally clarified the difference between article and post ‘views’
Article views have always been ‘real’ views (ie someone clicked on your post) whereas post ‘views’ are just page impressions, ie it has just appeared on someone’s homepage feed and there is no guarantee that anyone has actually read it.
I wrote an article this week about the increasing amount of images posted to LinkedIn that are the wrong size and are therefore getting badly cropped in the feed.
You can read the full article below;
I also had all kinds of issues getting the thumbnail for the article to look right in my profile.
Something interesting I saw this week….
Who Has the Best (and Worst) LinkedIn Profile Photos?
So who would have guessed that Chile would have the best profile pics?!
This gave me the perfect excuse to re-test my score with Snappr now that I have a new profile, previously in episode 145, I found I had a rather disappointing score of 64 but I’m delighted to see a big improvement!
LinkedIn Languages with Luca Bozzato
I was delighted to welcome Italian LinkedIn expert Luca onto the show to share his knowledge, click on the image below to view Luca’s profile.
Some highlights of our chat
Please feel free to get in touch if you have any further question about multi-lingual profile
A great question this week from Stan Robinson;
Q- Is it possible to duplicate a saved search in Sales Navigator?
ANS - This is a great question and the answer is that it can be done but not by duplicating a saved search directly. The workaround is to do the following;
Go to the saved search you wish to replicate & amend