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  • Writer's pictureDan Bowsher | Sett Social

#SettUpForSocial Why You Should Think More About Commenting on LinkedIn™

Updated: Feb 13



One thing the majority of LinkedIn™ users are unaware of is how important it is to interact with other people's content as part of building an effective LinkedIn™ presence.


Posting useful content regularly and consistently matters a great deal too, but just throwing it out there without interacting with others will only take you so far, especially if you are just starting to use LinkedIn™ more purposefully.


Commenting meaningfully and entering into relevant conversations is as important as the content you share, only:


🦡 It doesn't take up as much time as creating original posts


🦡 It's something you can do a couple of times every day


In my latest stream-of-consciousness video explainer, I wanted to share some insights on why commenting matters and what you can do to start engaging and interacting with more intent.


I hope it's helpful, but drop a comment below if you have any questions.


Happy commenting!

1 Comment


testafeeling
Apr 02

Hello, I can't watch the video you attached to the article. This is the first time I have come across something like this. I tried googling how to fix videos not playing but there is very little information, could it be because your video is uploaded to vimeo and my browser is blocking it or the video format is not supported?

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