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How to Tag Someone on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a great social network to better your career. While other popular social media channels are oriented to serve your personal life, Linkedin is focused on your work life. You can set up your LinkedIn profile to help you source jobs and internships. Additionally, LinkedIn is a great platform to expand your skillset and become more qualified in your career. 

A well-rounded Linkedin profile can also help establish you as a unique individual. You can set up your profile to highlight your experience, skillset, and education. If set up properly, your profile can also set you up for success when networking. Networking refers to the act of establishing a group of contacts that can help you further your career.

There are many reasons to continuously network in your career. Networking allows you to grow within your field. With support from high profiles in the industry, you can obtain additional support during challenging times with the help of external experts. Networking also enables you (and your business) to get noticed, hence generating new opportunities for your career. 

Another useful way to get noticed is by tagging people you’re interested in adding to your network in posts or comments. 

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Event Recap: Linkedin Tactics For B2B Marketing Teams

LinkedIn is perceived by many as a professional networking site, however, with over 600 million members Linkedin is a valuable resource for B2b marketers to utilize. The right LinkedIn strategy can result in higher engagement values.

On June 24th, 2021 Milk Video hosted a roundtable discussion regarding LinkedIn Tactics for B2B Marketing Teams. This event allowed marketers and sales individuals across the world to share ways that they have been able to utilize Linkedin to drive engagement. 

During the roundtable, the topics covered were:

  • The types of content to post such as text, video, and images  
  • Connecting, messaging and InMailing
  • Advertising

Highlights, transcripts, and the slides of the roundtable can be found here: