Linkedin Pulse

  • LinkedIn Revamps Desktop Publishing Experience, Adds Other New Features

    … that this was “a much requested feature” from its users, and it had previously been available only via the LinkedIn Pulse news-reading app. Much like Facebook’s Save feature, users who come across articles that interest them can tap the “save” icon and save them for later viewing under their “Me” tabs. LinkedIn has also quietly launched a content…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 24 readers -
  • #Twitter10k, Facebook Instant Articles, and the Future of Native Social Content

    At the beginning of the year, rumors started swirling that Twitter users soon won’t be restricted by a 140-character limit. They’ll be able to tweet content that’s up to 10,000 characters long. In other words, you’ll be able to tweet an entire blog post that doesn’t leave the Twitter ecosystem. Facebook rolled out Instant Articles to a select group of publishers last fall ( ...

    AllTwitter- 13 readers -
  • 11 Ways to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile for More Exposure

    … them on your profile to help increase membership. #10: Publicize Your Interests When you follow specific news channels, publishers, influencers and companies found on LinkedIn Pulse, they will appear in the Following section of your profile. You can use this section to optimize your profile for specific keywords, highlight publications that you…

    Kristi Hines/ Social Media Examiner- 32 readers -
  • Using Trending News To Create An Exciting Content Calendar

    … that people post and stay updated on how the community responds. LinkedIn Pulse Many business professionals use LinkedIn to connect with colleagues, prospects and more. One of LinkedIn’s other great benefits is its Pulse platform that allows an individual to view highly targeted news content based on professional interests. Creating valuable content…

    Relevancein Content- 20 readers -
  • 5 Practical Ways to Overcome “No New Ideas” Syndrome

    … If you’re a content marketer, chances are you’ve had your fair share of slow news days or idea fatigue. This is normal and understandable. After all, if you’re constantly writing about a given topic, you’re bound to run out of things to say for time to time. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to get out of this dilemma. Here…

    Federico Einhorn/ Search Engine Journal- 4 readers -
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