The recent changes at LinkedIn may have your readers overwhelmed with how to navigate and use the site. This PLR pack contains a report to show your audience how to deal with the new changes. There’s also a slideshow you can use to promote your report, plus image files and several editable ecovers you can use.
Report Topics Include:
- General Appearance
- The New Menu Bar
- The Me Section
- The Search Tool
- Blogging – LinkedIn Pulse
- The Groups Section
- LinkedIn Best Practices
Pack Contents Include:
Main Report – The New Face of Linkedin 12 pages, 1501 words + screenshots
Editable Ecovers in 2 styles + PSD files
Copy of screenshots used in the report
Slideshow from main points of the report
Ready to use MP4 Video + template with animations & music added
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New Face of Linked In – Report
One of the biggest concerns with social media sites, is that they are constantly changing. As you know, it’s important to stay up to date with new developments and use technology to the best of your ability. While this is good news, it can also be a little daunting when you are attempting to stay up to date with these changes.
Recently LinkedIn has decided to update its site with some major changes. To help you understand what things have changed, and those that have disappeared, we have put together this resource guide.
One of the first things you will notice is that the general appearance of LinkedIn looks more sleek and modern. After logging into your account, you will see your profile information to the left side of your screen. This now displays your professional name, how many people have clicked your profile and how many people have viewed your articles. Clicking on your name will take you to your main profile page.
In the center column is your newsfeed. This is where you can share a blog post, photo or video, or update. Underneath this is a section to publish an article.
To the right is a section for Ads. LinkedIn will display advertisements that they think you may be interested in.
If you use the mobile app, you will find that this interface now matches that version.
The center column will be where you are going to focus your attention on. As well as sharing your updates, you can see updates from people you are connected to. Plus, LinkedIn will ‘suggest’ posts and videos that may be of interest to you.