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A business coach's LinkedIn engagement strategy for more interaction

Do you ever wonder why some companies’ LinkedIn engagement is through the roof while others barely get any attention? Maybe the answer isn’t as complicated as you think.

My name is Laura, I’m a business coach and my specialty is helping businesses craft their LinkedIn posts to maximize LinkedIn engagement. Here I’ll introduce you to a method that will make your LinkedIn posts stand out and make your LinkedIn profile the center of attraction.

LinkedIn is a valuable resource for businesses. With over 740 million users, it offers a huge opportunity to increase your LinkedIn engagement and advance your business. Nevertheless, many companies do not fully exploit the potential of their LinkedIn posts.

As a business coach, I have experience refining tactics that maximize LinkedIn engagement. In fact, it’s often the little things that make the difference. The design of your LinkedIn posts, when you post them, and how you respond to comments can significantly impact your LinkedIn engagement.

Your LinkedIn profile is more than just a digital resume – it’s a stage to showcase your business, build relationships, and increase LinkedIn engagement.

If you’re having trouble crafting your LinkedIn posts, you’re not alone – and that’s where I can help as a business coach. I’m here to help you optimize your LinkedIn profile and unleash the full potential of your LinkedIn posts.

Are you ready to increase your LinkedIn engagement and lead your business to success? Let’s get started!

Step #1 – Design your LinkedIn content deliberately

Because LinkedIn is a professional networking platform, the type of content you post requires special considerations. Therefore, you need to put a lot of effort into designing your LinkedIn content.

First, consider the subject of your post. It should, of course, be in the context of the products and services your company offers. But it should also add value to your readers to stimulate interactions.

There are three types of LinkedIn content you should use effectively: text, image carousels, and videos.

Text contributions

First and foremost, LinkedIn is a platform for rich text content. Therefore, your posts should provide valuable textual information that you can share with your target audience.

Despite a character limit for your posts, you should try to use no more than 1,300 characters.

The optimal start to a LinkedIn post is an eye-catching introduction, followed by sentences that deepen your introduction. You should also divide the text into paragraphs of one sentence each to improve readability.

Picture carousels

Image carousels are also very popular among LinkedIn users. A series of images offers a variety of ways to convey a message.

Many use this feature to tell a story, while entrepreneurs use it to showcase their business, share screenshots of comments, and more.


Although videos are still relatively new on the platform, their potential for engagement is enormous. That’s why many LinkedIn users choose video content for their profiles.

If you want to get high video engagement on LinkedIn, my advice is to keep your videos short and creative. You can also get right to the point and don’t forget the call to action.

Step #2 – Activate LinkedIn Creator Mode

Now you have several ideas for LinkedIn content to post. The next step is to activate your LinkedIn Creator mode. This special feature allows your profile to highlight the content you post. It also shows the number of followers you have and provides more space for hashtags in your bio.

Step #3 – Post regularly on LinkedIn

Although LinkedIn’s algorithm networks your audience with you, that doesn’t mean you should limit yourself to the content you already have on your profile. You need to post continuously on LinkedIn. You need to constantly post new or even recycled content on your LinkedIn profile.

You also need to consider the timing of your posts. You need to consider what time of day you post content. If you’re posting content that helps your LinkedIn audience with their work, you should post during work hours. If your content covers relaxed topics, you should post it outside of work hours.

It doesn’t matter if you post every day or once a week. It’s important that you have a schedule that you follow consistently. This helps your followers know when they can expect new content.

Step #4 – Actively respond to LinkedIn comments

LinkedIn highly values comments. In fact, they automatically share the post in your feed that you commented on.

Comments are also critical to nurturing your LinkedIn contacts. The more people comment on your post, the more the LinkedIn algorithm feeds your other content to the audience. Therefore, your content should encourage users to leave comments.

As a business coach and consultant, I recommend responding consistently to comments. Don’t just write a short, superficial comment – make it detailed and keep the conversation going. This is where the sale of your products and services begins.

When responding to comments, don’t forget to remind them what your business is all about and how you can help them. Add your call to action to your LinkedIn comments. Also, you can do the same with other people’s posts where the comment section is neglected. You can reap the same benefits as commenting on your own LinkedIn posts.

The key to increasing LinkedIn engagement is to be an active user. Post regularly and never forget to reply to your followers’ comments.

And there you have it – a comprehensive guide to increasing your LinkedIn engagement, optimizing your LinkedIn posts, and making your LinkedIn profile shine. As a business coach, it’s my job to guide businesses like yours on the path to success, and LinkedIn is one of the most powerful weapons in your arsenal.

Remember that LinkedIn is more than just a platform to showcase your business. It is a community. The more you engage, the more engagement you will receive in return. Reply to comments, network with others, and post regularly.

Your efforts to maintain an active LinkedIn profile and engaging LinkedIn posts are investments that can lead to stronger LinkedIn engagement and ultimately a growing and more successful business.

Remember that you are not alone on this path. As a business coach, I’m here to help you get the most out of your business. Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or need assistance.

Now it’s up to you – harness the power of your LinkedIn profile and let your LinkedIn engagement shoot through the roof. Believe in your business because it has the potential to achieve great things. Good luck and see you soon!


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