The 3 best analytics tools for LinkedIn

What is LinkedIn and what are its benefits

  • Have an online resume and business card where potential clients, customers, and joint venture partners can learn about and connect with you.
  • Get online endorsements and recommendations for your professional abilities and character.
  • Get introductions to potential clients, customers, and colleagues.
  • Search available job postings placed on the LinkedIn website by members. While you can also search the web for jobs, through LinkedIn, the big benefit is that many job posts are exclusive to LinkedIn: They aren’t advertised elsewhere. Those postings often have a requirement that you have one or more LinkedIn recommendations. Additionally, there is a chance that someone within your LinkedIn network already works there or knows someone who does, increasing your chances for an interview.
  • Join various groups that align with your interests and participate in discussions. Having a group in common with another LinkedIn user is one way you can invite others to your network. Each group discussion contains its own job listings. Further, it’s a place to share your expertise and build the trust and rapport needed to cultivate new clients and customers.

The top 3 analytics tools for LinkedIn

1. Elementary Analytics

2. Buffer

3. Hootsuite

Why these three tools are the best

1. Elementary Analytics

2. Buffer

3. Hootsuite

Conclusion

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Phillip Hughes

Phillip Hughes

Tech entrepreneur and side hustler. Founder of elementaryanalytics.com and baitcamp.net. Loves fishing. Plays guitar. Enjoys exercise.