Your Linkedin feed is based on your network, on your industry, content important to your company and colleagues as well.
It's a mix of algorithms and editors.
Linkedin has editors focused on specific industries, like healthcare, finance, or engineering.
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The role of the editorial team(which comprises business journalists) at LinkedIn is to provide members with the news and views to talk about the things that matter today.
The editors focus on the three Cs. Create. Curate. Cultivate.
Top stories show up on search on mobile and on the top right-hand corner of the desktop experience.
Editors surface the best and most interesting conversations from a variety of views that are happening on LinkedIn, sort of a broad scope of news that is vital to your professional world today.
So if Donald Trump announces new tariffs on China, editors are primed to check who’s writing about that and if there’s anybody who understands trade really well who’s writing an article, then they are more likely to surface that.
Users share articles, posts, and videos to establish their professional reputation.
It’s about are you staying in the know about your industry? Are you sharing your expertise with others? Engaging colleagues? Being on top of what’s going on?
Content is the new resume on Linkedin.
The lack of original content or ideas has the potential to kill a blog very quickly. Unfortunately, many bloggers fall into this. They may slip into scraping and republishing the feeds of others while adding little of their own content.
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