How to Post to Multiple Groups at Once on LinkedIn

How to Post to Multiple Groups at Once on LinkedIn

Linked in is in my top five free ways to market my business online for FREE.

One of the most powerful ways to get

your stuff ‘out there’ is to join

as many groups in your niche as you can.

I believe you can join up to 50

different groups under one LinkedIn account.

You want to attract people

to you by offering free

training and giving

value to your prospects.

Write an article to your blog

and post to all your groups

on LinkedIn.

 

Its a pain in the butt

to sit there

and click on each group

and copy and paste your

link. So in the following

tutorial

I show you a

simple way to

post to all your groups

at once.

Enjoy!!

How to Post to Multiple Groups at Once on LinkedIn

 Now this is a real time saver!!

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2 comments to How to Post to Multiple Groups at Once on LinkedIn

  • jake

    Hi

    Good Article ;
    I got a question.

    The above article shows how to post to multiple linkedin groups.
    what are the steps to post a job to multiple linkedin group – job discussions?

  • Hey Jake,

    Thanks for the inquiry.
    As far as I know there is no way to post a job to multiple groups. Your best bet would be to create a job application with google docs and post a link to the app to linkedin groups.

    Have a great day!
    Paul Butler

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