Mike O'Connor posted an update 1 month, 1 week ago ·
This site is meant to help us all get more views on our LinkedIn articles without breaking the terms and conditions of that site. We are not gaming their algorithms or making marketing pods, which are things that they recently updated into their T&C.
You’re allowed to share your LinkedIn articles anywhere you want. The terms and conditions of this site make it perfectly OK to tag anyone you here.
The whole idea is to get more views in the places that matter. @bettykempa @craig @craigwasilchak @juanblanco76 @samhurley @tedladzinski @irabowman @micvadam @katja-gersak @maryhenderson @ronbarksdale @creditability @kyleocrooke @henrylandau @b2the7 @doylebuehler @urtfc
The more you post things here and include a clear “call to action” the more we all win. Thanks for all that you all do to make SPN win. It’s appreciated!
@andyvargo @rowand @troy @dano @danielle @nisa @mandy @amandarominger @garypayne @jared-j-wiese @estherwang @ambenjamin @eriknextlevel @kennedy657 @gwdistillery @paliano don\’t be afraid to tag people and ask for helping getting views on other platforms. If you include a good introduction (call to action) that uses keyword you want to compete with on Google, then you are giving yourself a better chance to index things.
There is always seems to be a lot of fear-mongering out there – links are links, it doesn’t matter where they come from. If you have a story to tell, that will help inform or educate your audience, then yes, post it here for all to see. If others find it compelling, then they will click on it.
As well, a ‘pod’ also usually means that people concentrate on getting their posts with likes and comments in a very short time period – i.e. within a couple of hours. The links here are to view whenever you feel the need to click. So have fun, and get some cool stuff in your brain from the many SPN folks who are doing some awesome things!
Exactly. Well within the rules and drama free, @doylebuehler. 🙂 Well said.
Hey guys, have you got a link to their updated terms? Specifically, the parts where they mention this stuff? Many thanks! #KeepRockingSPN
Can always rely on you to be on top of your LinkedIn game! 😎👏😎 Thanks for making life easier! :)))
@samhurley it was explained to me that point q…. gaming algorithms means doing things to affect how your post shows up on LinkedIn including engaging in marketing pods or excessive tagging. I hear a lot of rumors from a lot of interesting people. I have basically been told by more than a few people that is why they are restricting tagging and certain profiles.
Great reminder, Mike!! Thanks, brother 🙂