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Sales and Marketing
It’s no secret that Linkedin isn’t just a CV catalogue anymore. Everyone from your Sales Managers to HR team aren’t just prospecting, they’re sharing. Getting all the latest and greatest tips, tricks, news, articles and discussions. However gathering all of this can be a bit of a chore. In this blog we are going to show you how to get the most from your Linkedin news feed.

Connections

So it’s not exactly rocket science but the first step is to have appropriate contacts. Your Linkedin feed is filled with irrelevant updates, because you have irrelevant contacts. Therefore step 1 is to clean up, and make real connections. You can do this by having a contact exodus or change the way you make connections. Check out our blog that shows you how to make real Linkedin connections.

Influencers

Richard Branson and Alan Sugar probably aren’t going to connect with you on Linkedin. But don’t worry, you can still “follow” them as “influencers”. All of the articles or status’ they post will then appear on your news feed. Learn how the influencers are influencing your field.

Companies

Maybe it’s not individuals that directly influence your line of work; perhaps it’s companies. Have an important distributor or competitor? Follow their Linkedin company page and their updates will be added to your news feed.

Groups

Trade shows and events are no longer the only way to meet likeminded professionals. Whether you’re a Graphic designer, blogger, IT consultant or developer, there is a Linkedin group for you. Packed with industry specific discussions, it’s a great place to learn from experienced professionals and ask niche questions. It’s essential to get the full capability of your news feed. It’s your chance to get a personalised and automatic stream of news and that’s lucrative! Putting in a little bit of effort can save a heap of time so give it a try. Love Linkedin? Check out our other blogs or have a look at our Linkedin Integration for Salesforce, it puts CRM at the heart of your workflow.

Dominik Kondziela

As part of the marketing team at Ebsta, I help write and publish our online content. From Slideshares to blog posts and tweets, we share our wide knowledge in CRM adoption and sales productivity.

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