Weekly LinkedIn updates, discussion, interviews and tips for the UK's best known LinkedIn Trainer, Mark 'Mr LinkedIn' Williams
LinkedIn Predictions 2022
What changes can we expect and hope for on LinkedIn this year?
In this episode, I will go through my hopes, fears, and predictions for 2022…I think it’s going to be a good one!
A Review of 2021
Christmas is almost here and this is the last episode of 2021 so let’s take a look back at what’s been happening on LinkedIn this year.
A fantastic new notification feature was introduced this week but does this now require us to look more closely at our notification settings?
The First CAP Class
LinkedIn have announced the first cohort of 100 creators to benefit from funding and guidance support. I take a look at who they have selected and whether they are deserving of this support or not!
The Case For Two Feeds
“Why should I bother creating awesome content, when it is arbitrarily limited by my connection network and not the quality of the content?”
I saw this comment in a thread this week and do you know what, it’s a really good point! …I think LinkedIn needs another feed, a feed where content is purely there because the algorithm thinks we will be interested - connecting, following and relevance do not count - just the quality and subject of the content.
The ‘Relationship’ of Followers & Connections
Do you want followers or connections? Is a connection more valuable than a follower and can you build relationships with followers without the need to connect?
This week I deep dive into this and explore the relationship between followers and connections
The best podcast on LinkedIn
Mark Williams hosts the best podcast on LinkedIn with deep insights and best practices. I’ve been listening to it for more than two years and I always learn something or get a take away. Keep up the good work, Mark!
Can‘t make up my mind...
Do I like it or not?
Some episodes are just annoying ramblings; no structure, no coherent flow, some blatant not-knowing. Case in point: If you make a show about the difference in rankings of most-highly regarded employers across various countries, at least have an idea who the companies are (eg, Alphabet = Google Holding). No need to share whole thought process related to one’s own ignorance.
At the same time, some episodes have been very good.