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Biggest Mistakes To Avoid When Publishing Content On LinkedIn

October 26, 2020

Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of mistakes made on LinkedIn, especially when it comes to publishing content. This is mainly because people don’t know how to best share their message with their target market.

Some of these include not putting up original content, not having enough variety, and talking about topics that simply aren’t relevant. By avoiding these mistakes, you’ll be able to build a brand that people recognise, respect, and want to do business with. In doing so, you’ll build your influence quicker, enhance your reputation as a thought leader, and, most importantly, win more clients on LinkedIn.

Although there are quite a few mistakes to steer clear of, there are a few you want to avoid at all costs. In this episode of The Ask linkfluencer® Show, we dive deep into each of these mistakes and the impact they can have on your brand.

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