👏🏻 LinkedIn has FINALLY released this in-demand feature! 👏🏻

Feb 13, 2023

Native scheduling on LinkedIn has arrived and I could not be happier for all of you!

One of the biggest bugbears marketers have had with LinkedIn has been the inability to schedule content in advance.  

The only way to do it up until now has been to invest in a (often pricey) multi-platform scheduling tool. 

In reality, most of you have instead just overlooked LinkedIn in your scheduling strategy, and its not being doing you any favours.

That's all going to change now because LinkedIn has released a new native scheduling feature.

Native = part of the platform itself.

You can see it on my creator profile here:

It isn't appearing for every account yet - even my consulting business Page doesn't have it yet - but it is rolling out on accounts rapidly so yours shouldn't be far away.

What does it all mean? It means you can create all your LinkedIn content for a month and pre-write and pre-schedule the content right there in LinkedIn without having to use a third party tool.

Bulk prepping content in advance is going to get you more strategic better thought out content that takes your audience on a journey - rather than just randomly posting ad hoc when time permits.

All you have to do is create your post as normal, click on the clock icon and select the day and time you want your post to go out. You can also access all your scheduled posts from here in case you need to make a change.



P.S. If 2023 is the year you're going to finally use LinkedIn properly to promote your career, organisation or business - you'll want to grab a ticket to my upcoming class "LinkedIn for NonProfits and Impact Businesses". 

 

 

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