Best of LinkedIn Pages 2019
Welcome to another episode in the week that LinkedIn announced it’s ten best company pages of 2019…..but are they actually any good?
More of that later but first I wanted to share the following with you;
Interesting Stuff I Saw This Week
I was shocked to see some people sharing this infographic this week, it’s full of data that is completely false! No source quoted for any of the stats and many of them are laughable! I’m amazed people don’t take a closer look at the content they share.
The other articles I refer to are;
LinkedIn Spotlight – the most viewed and most active professionals in the following regions;
Whilst some of these people are clearly doing well on LinkedIn, it’s a complete mystery as to how some people managed to be recognised by LinkedIn in this way.
The Best Pages of 2019.
The list has finally come out as announced in this article from LinkedIn.
As always they show us some great posts (updates) that would do much better if posted from a personal profile.
- Philips (excellent content)
Teleperformance – 114 reactions and 2 comments per post average – a reaction rate of 0.04
Scott – 131 reactions and 54 comments per post average with a reaction rate of 1.82
None of these Pages achieve anything like the engagement on their posts as the Brilliant Ads page
Thanks To Alex Dodgson for nominating this one. It’s a great example of using some good news to authentically show people that your business performs well.
That’s all for this week, no time for any questions but I will get to them next week.
Finally here’s my little post about LinkedIn’s Thanksgiving new post message
Have a great week.