How to Avoid Spending Too Much Time on LinkedIn Content
Here are five simple rules to managing your LinkedIn content efficiently
- Write short content: you don’t have to write long articles all the time
- Share content: you don’t have to write everything you post on your timeline
- Plan what you will write first: it is much easier to know what you are going to write
- Follow a template: most good writing outlines have been created already. There’s no need to re-invent the wheel
- Use automation: automation makes posting quick and easy. But it is important to know when to use it and when not to
You don’t have to write content at all
You can always outsource your content writing. This can be to a colleague or someone outside your organization. (Do ask me for details about my copy writing services.)
Here’s one other tip to manage your content time well
Set yourself a time limit. You create much faster if you have a deadline.
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