If you have a Linkedin company page, great! Below you will find a few tips on how to make it more professional.
If you don't have a LinkedIn page, then get on it and make one! The tips below will help get you started on creating a LinkedIn page, and utilizing it to the max.
1. Include All Of Your Local Business Information
Now, first things first. It's important to include the basic information about your local business in your LinkedIn company page. This allows those who view the page to better understand what your company is all about.
It's very easy to do. All you have to do is go to the 'Admin tools' dropdown bar and click on ‘Edit.’ Once you click there, LinkedIn will allow you to add your local business information.
2. Showcase And Promote Your Local Business Products And Services
After adding your local business's basic (and complete) information through LinkedIn, it's time to start showcasing your company's products.
All you have to do is click on 'Admin tools' like you did when editing the basic information, and then click on 'Add a product or service'. Follow the step-by-step instructions LinkedIn gives you, so that you can showcase the products or any services your local business offers.
3. You Can Use LinkedIn To Post Jobs!
Once you have the basic information about your company added, and you've conquered showcasing and promoting your products and services, consider posting any job openings you may have.
You can do this by going to the 'Jobs' tab. Even if you already have posted the job opening elsewhere, this will allow those who use LinkedIn to view the opening. Plus, the more places you have the job opening posted, the more variety of people you'll have apply. You may find your next best employee this way.
4. Don't Forget About LinkedIn's Analytic ToolsSo, you've conquered these three tips. What next? It's always nice to be able to see how your pages are doing. If you'd like to view the amount of unique visitors you receive, or keep track of your local business page views, you're able to!
LinkedIn has an 'analytics' tab just for that, among other measurement features. Thank you LinkedIn! This makes it a lot easier for you to view how your LinkedIn page is doing right from your LinkedIn page, where with many other sites you may have to find online tools to do this for you.
After you've followed through with these tips, don't stop there. Continue doing what you need to do to better your local business LinkedIn page by keeping the content current and up-to-date on a frequent basis. Attract more people, and maybe hire a few.
To your success,