The Student Publishing site on LinkedIn has a monthly topics page in its editorial calendar to guide students on posts and hashtags that are trending for that month.
- [Instructor] If you're still struggling with what to write, go to our monthly topics page on the student publishing site. There you'll find different ideas for each month, whether it's spring forward, my ideal workplace, or life abroad. To see the entire calendar, just click on any month. Each month we promote great posts tied to these themes, so that's another great way to be promoted. Just be sure to use #StudentVoices along with the corresponding monthly hashtag in the body of your post. By taking these ideas on what to write, you'll be able to build your online presence and visibility among professionals and recruiters.
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