How to use LinkedIn Pages for Nonprofits (video)

Noland Hoshino, who created the LinkInLog from SMO Books shares three ways you can use the new LinkedIn Company Pages to bring out the human side of your nonprofit.

A LinkedIn guide for nonprofits

Noland recently published the LinkedIn Log – a guide to help orgs get more out of LinkedIn.
Inside the LinkedIn Log you’ll find:

  • An easy-to-follow guide to identify your LinkedIn goal
  • A simple action plan for building and connecting with your network
  • How to Optimize Your Professional Profile
  • How to Personalize Your Introductions
  • How to Utilize Your Network Connections

How are you using LinkedIn?

Comments

  1. Hi John, my organization has had a LinkedIn group for a few years. It has been great with spreading awareness and starting conversations about the cause. I think having a company page would add another dimension to how people can interacted with us on LinkedIn. Thanks for the info!

  2. Andy, LinkedIn company pages have improved in the last few weeks. Now a company or nonprofit organization can post on LinkedIn as themselves rather than people within the company posting. Sort of like Facebook Pages. What I really like about LinkedIn Company Pages is that you can see who works at the organization and how involved they are using social media. It gives their company page “life” and “humanize” the organization. Try it out. If you have any questions, let me know.