In this video, Maya shares information about the student publishing site, the student site, and the campus editor program. She also encourages students to check the site to see if there's a campus editor at their school.
- [Narrator] As part of our effort to bring even more student voices to LinkedIn's publishing platform, we've created a hub for you to learn more about publishing on LinkedIn. It's our student publishing site. Check it out by going to students.linked.com/student-publishing. Once you're on this site, you'll be able to read testimonials from students and recent grads who are published. You'll also be able to get Tips and Guidelines, and explore different options to write about.
You can also explore monthly topics and much, much more. You can also learn more about our Campus Editor Program, which is comprised of college students helping to bring student voices and perspectives to LinkedIn's members worldwide. Check to see if there's a student on your campus who can help you come up with ideas to write, help shape your content, and offer other tips. You can also learn more about the program there and get information on how to apply. For even more resources, check out students.linkedin.com where you can find information about our LinkedIn Students app.
This app helps you to explore and discover career paths based on the college you're attending and the major you're pursuing. You can also search for jobs, get profile and interviewing tips, and a lot more. You could also access the Student Publishing site from this page here at the bottom. If you ever get stuck or have a question about any part of LinkedIn, visit our Help page, which is linkedin.com/help. Now that you know where to go for the information you need, get out there, explore, and start the path to your career.
Maya Pope-Chappell, news editor at LinkedIn, shows newly graduated college students and first-time jobseekers—anyone who is just beginning to build a professional presence and personal brand—how to succeed on LinkedIn. She explains why, what, and how to write. She helps you figure out what topics get the most traction and shares the best practices for building an audience and establishing your brand.
- Why publish on LinkedIn?
- Figuring out what to write
- Choosing a good headline
- Publishing best practices
- Promoting your work
- Addressing comments
- Rocking your LinkedIn profile