Celebrating the top 10 LinkedIn Pages of 2019
We’re excited to celebrate these exemplary Pages and share what they did exceptionally well.
Thanks to so many of you who nominated these standout Pages that inspired you this year.
Best of Pages 2019, by the numbers
Pin the content you’re the most
proud of to the top of your Page for
maximum views. We recommend
to rotate your pinned post once a
month to keep your content fresh
for frequent visitors.
Create a post series with consistent creative
to gain traction. Jacobs uses its “Hot jobs of
the week” series to attract talent, with a CTA.
Leverage LinkedIn Live
for real-time video
Ask engaging questions to
inspire comments and likes,
like the #PhilipsTranslates
short video series.
No time to ﬁlm a video? Get
creative. Make your feed feel
more dynamic with a simple
photo montage, visual quote
cards, and even a quick
recording of a soundbite.
What could the vertical village usher into the new urban experience?
What lies at the intersection of smart buildings and machine learning?
Could you imagine a day without clean water?
Ask thought provoking
questions to start a
Regularly share content
that tackles industry trends
and pain points.
Consistently post creatives
that are not only on-brand,
but extend your brand on
the LinkedIn platform.
Your Page is the heart of
your company on LinkedIn.
Show support for causes,
and show eﬀorts to give
back to the community.
Tell employee stories to
humanize the brand.
Consider creating a
recurring series to keep
Celebrate, whether it’s an
award, a birthday, or an
company, to keep the
Focus content on being
interesting, and relevant
to followers’ needs and
potential pain points.
No need to be product-
ﬁrst all the time.
Establish goodwill by showing
how the company does good
for the community.
Proﬁling employees is
a great way to oﬀer
an insider look at
what it’s like to work at
To attract top talent,
remember to show
company culture in an
Drive registration for
online and oﬄine events.
Share nicely designed
content by embedding
it right on your Page for
Create a custom “What we do” tab,
rich with employee testimonials and
photos showing company culture.
Use native video to
give content life.
Keep videos short
Optimize the “Life” tab
to share who you are as
a company, in the best
Oﬀer exclusive looks
from behind the
scenes, to make Page
followers feel like
they’re at the event.
Feature company leaders, often. Followers —
as well as potential customers and recruits —
want to hear what’s on your leaders’ mind, and
what executives believe in.
Upload ungated thought leadership
documents right on your Page — to
give followers easy, quick access.
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To learn more tips and best practices for creating eﬀective Pages:
The 2019 top ten Pages were determined using the number of members who nominated a Page, as well as the number of
engagements (deﬁned as an aggregate of public-facing reactions and comments) on the Page’s ﬁrst nomination post
(deﬁned chronologically; deleted posts weren't counted). To qualify, all nomination posts — whether by member or Page
— were required to include the hashtag #BestofPages. LinkedIn reserved the right to reject any nomination for any reason.
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