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Guide Linked In


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Guide Linked In

  1. 1. Creating a Group • Navigate to the “Groups” link on the left side of your page, and click on the “Create a Group” link. • Upload a logo, choose name and enter supporting details such as description, summary and website link; Create a direct link between LinkedIn and your business. A link published on your business web that leads to LinkedIn is optional as well, but choose rather one of the two options due to a negatively result in search engine rank.
  2. 2. • • If you already have a list of members that should be in your group, you can “pre-approve” them, so that when they request to join the group they will be automatically accepted. ! Pre-approve your invites before sending invitations
  3. 3. Send invitations SlideShare Presentations This application allows you to present documents such as: • share presentations & documents with your LinkedIn network • upload portfolios, resume, conference talks, PDFs, marketing/sales presentations etc • display them on your LinkedIn profile • all formats supported: ppt, pps, pptx, odp, pdf, doc, docx, odt, Keynote, iWork pages • embed YouTube video’s in presentations, add audio.
  4. 4. LinkedIn & Twitter The application called Company Buzz lets you tap into the Twitter information flow to find relevant trends and comments about your company. Creating templates A template can be created when sending a Message to your members. The following templates can be created in the ‘manage group’ section: • Request to join messages; • Welcome messages; • Decline messages; • Decline and block messages. Publish News & Events 1) Publish news and event in a document on LinkedIn 2) Create a link to Capgemini events & news page