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Embracing the New “Abnormal” in B2B: LinkedIn Virtual Events Takes the Pole

With 90% of the global workforce operating from home, it’s time to embrace the new abnormal -- the era of virtual conferencing and face-timing to keep on track every communication. In the latest addition to the list of video collaboration tools, LinkedIn has decided to muscle its way to the pole position with Virtual Events. LinkedIn Virtual Events is built to support the LinkedIn Pages that are helping millions of LinkedIn users to stay connected, productive, and energetic. Subscribers and B2B teams can leverage the…

What’s New with LinkedIn Pages: Helping You Humanize Your Brand

Today, more than 50 million organizations around the world rely on LinkedIn Pages to help them engage with their customers, prospects, and employees. LinkedIn Marketing Solutions is constantly investing in Pages and have recently introduced features like Employee Notifications, Kudos and Team Moments and Community Hashtags so you can build a sense of community with people who matter most to your business. In this quarter’s update, LinkedIn is introducing some more new tools to help you engage with your community in more…

Getting Started with LinkedIn Live

LinkedIn Live is LinkedIn’s version of Facebook or Instagram Live. This new platform allows users to broadcast live video to their network, and allows company pages to broadcast to their followers. The platform is being rolled out slowly and is currently being piloted by a small group of users, so it isn’t yet available to the general public, but you can apply to be a part of the pilot program. I was able to get early access to LinkedIn Live as part of the alpha group (more on how to get in below). While I applied via…

Best Practices for Using LinkedIn Live

LinkedIn recently announced LinkedIn Live, its version of live streaming. The option to broadcast real-time video comes 18 months after the professional social network introduced video to its site. According to TechCrunch, video has been the fastest-growing medium on its platform. LinkedIn Live provides a significant opportunity for people and organizations to broadcast live video to select groups on a more global scale. Live stream examples include sharing conferences, product announcements, behind-the-scenes tours, and…