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When planning a message on LinkedIn, it is important to consider the purpose of the message and the audience you want to reach. Here are some steps you can follow to plan a successful LinkedIn message:

  1. Identify the purpose of your message: Do you want to share industry news, promote a product or service, or offer valuable information to your network? If you have a clear purpose in mind, you can better plan your message and ensure that it resonates with your audience.
  2. Choose an appealing title: The title of your post is the first thing people see, so make sure it attracts attention and is relevant to the content of your post.
  3. Create interesting content: Your post should be informative, interesting and easy to read. Consider using images, videos or infographics to make your post more visually appealing.
  4. Use hashtags and keywords: Hashtags and keywords can help your post reach a wider audience and make it easier for people to find your content. Use relevant hashtags and keywords in your post to maximize its reach.
  5. Add a call to action: At the end of your post, you can add a call to action that encourages your audience to take a specific action, such as respond to your post, share it with their network or go to your website.
  6. Check and edit: Before you publish your post, check and edit it to make sure it is error-free and easy to read. Ask a colleague or friend to review your post to get a fresh look.

How can you schedule a post on LinkedIn?

If you wish to schedule a message through LinkedIn, Browse to https://linkedin.com and press at the top: Start a message.

Type the desired message, photo or other option and at the bottom next to Post, press: Schedule Message.

Next, choose when you wish to post the LinkedIn message and the time. After that, press save.

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