LinkedIn boasts a network of over 425 million professionals globally, with over 125 million users in the United States who encompass a wide range of companies and industries. Most professionals know LinkedIn as a powerful job search tool, but when leveraged effectively, it creates opportunities to find, reach and engage advocates, recruit supporters, and connect with D.C. influencers. The platform also offers valuable opportunities to highlight you or your organization’s executives as thought leaders on key policy and industry issues.
This webinar is part three in a series of three webinars on using the most popular social media channels for advocacy and public affairs. Purchase all three and receive a 15% discount.
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Find — and connect with — your supporters through the world’s largest professional network.
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How can you best use LinkedIn for public affairs? In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
- Tactics for effectively managing your organization’s Company page and developing a content strategy that fits the platform
- Strategies to successfully position your organization’s leaders on LinkedIn
- How to craft a successful post on Pulse, LinkedIn’s news and blogging platform
- Leveraging LinkedIn’s powerful advertising platform for sponsored posts or InMail campaigns
Director, Advocacy and Government
Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
This program is eligible for 1 grassroots credit toward the Certificate in PAC and Grassroots Management.
As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 1 credit toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
Note: Recording purchases are not eligible for CAE credit. Credit will only be granted to those participating in the live webinar.
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