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Last Update: July 01, 2018

At Long Last: The 'Edit Update' Button Has Finally Been Added To Your LinkedIn Company Posts

For the first time since the launching of LinkedIn, the possibility of edting your company posts after publishing has finally been added!!!!

YAAAAAAYY!!!!!!!

This used to be one of the major complaints, and a major disdavantage for that matter. You had to be prettey accurate when publishing your post for the first time, and once it was published, no turnining back, as the ONLY ALTERNATIVE would be to delete your post and start from square 1. Just imagine the inconveniences that would cause, especially if your post had already accmulated a significant number of impressions.

I remember having deleted many of my posts on my LinkedIn company page, a couple of days after publishing because a silly mistake had managed to slip through my fingers when typing, and the eyes could not pick that up immediately. This was really one burden in its own right LOL, but now it's finally over.


Don't Get Confused With This Update

Normally, when you post an article using your LinkedIn home page, you have the possibility to return to it and modify after publishing.

This privilege was not available when using your company page to publish an article. These two are quite different.

But now, you can return to old posts on your company page and modify. I believe this is a major breakthrough for LinkedIn users. Kudos to LinkedIn.


Action

I've already updated many of my company posts! I couldn't wait to tell you guys. Lol.


What about you?

Did you notice this major update? Have you updated your posts as well?

For those of you already using LinkedIn, how much success have you achieved with this social platform?

For those of you who haven't tried LinkedIn yet, what's stopping you? What's your favorite social media instead?


Thanks a lot in advance for sharing your valuable thoughts in the comments section below.





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Nkaujzeb Premium
Thanks for the update. Have a wonderful day!
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BlSt Premium
You are welcome. Wishing you a nice day too.
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Steven-A Premium
good to know, thanks.
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BlSt Premium
You are welcome Steven
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Fleeky Premium
Great news indeed!
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BlSt Premium
I hope you find it useful
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Fleeky Premium
Yes, with typos... very useful
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MKearns Premium
That's welcome news Nsoh. Thank you!
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BlSt Premium
You are welcome Michael
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newmarketpro Premium
Thanks for the update.
I need to check my LinkedIn account which is abandoned for quite some time now :)

How do you find LinkedIn in terms of getting exposure and leads?

Thanks again.

:)
Joe
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BlSt Premium
It would good to check it out and update if necessary.

Concerning exposure and leads, I've not had any remarkable success with any of the social media. But I just realized one thing only yesterday with one of my pages on LinkedIn: I ACTUALLY GOT MY FIRST CLICK ON ONE OF MY POSTS.

That's when I realized that I've not really been consistent with LinkedIn, nor have I been consistent with the other platforms either.

LinkedIn, in particular, has some great features to monitor the analytics of every post, and gives you information such as the number of Impressions, number of clicks, video views if you attached one, CTR, Social Auctions (not yet sure about what this feature is used for) and Overall engagement.

When I saw my first ORGANIC CLICK from LinkedIn yesterday, I was really excited. I would have to consistently update all my social media sites from now henceforth. You can never know where your breakthrough will come from.

At the end of the day, if we have to retain one thing with our online business, it is CONSISTENCY even if we are not seeing results.

I hope this helps.
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newmarketpro Premium
Thank you Nsoh for the details. Really appreciated it.
I really need to check that out.

Joe
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BlSt Premium
You are welcome.
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