Who should you follow on LinkedIn?

This article is recommended for individuals at any stage of their careers

Research & explore new individuals

Keep in mind that the popularity and relevance of LinkedIn profiles can change over time, so it's essential to research and explore new individuals who are actively contributing to your industry or area of interest when deciding who you should follow on LinkedIn. Here are some general categories to look for.

Industry leaders

Follow influential figures who have achieved success in your industry or the one you aspire to be in. These leaders often share valuable insights, trends, and experiences.

Thought leaders

Look for experts and thought leaders who regularly publish articles, posts, and updates related to your field. They often offer unique perspectives and cutting-edge knowledge.

Company pages

Follow the LinkedIn pages of companies you're interested in working for or with. It will keep you updated on their latest developments, job openings, and industry-related content. 

Career coaches & consultants

Many career coaches and consultants share useful advice on LinkedIn to help professionals navigate their career paths.

Relevant publications

Follow LinkedIn pages of publications and websites that cover your industry or interests. They often share articles and information that can help you stay informed and up-todate.

Networking groups

Join relevant LinkedIn groups that focus on your industry or areas of expertise. Engaging in discussions and networking with like-minded professionals can be beneficial.

Skill development

Consider following profiles that share content related to skill development, such as those focused on continuing education, online courses, and workshops.

Influencers & motivational speakers

Some influencers and motivational speakers share inspiring content and career advice, helping you stay motivated and focused on your goals.

Remember to engage with the content shared by the professionals you follow. Leave thoughtful comments, ask questions, and participate in discussions to make the most of your LinkedIn experience.

Lastly, tailor your LinkedIn feed to your specific needs by unfollowing or muting individuals or content that isn't relevant to your career goals. This way, you can curate a feed that best supports your professional growth and development.

Who should you follow on LinkedIn?

Are you looking for a job?

Are you looking for a job?

Now that you better understand who you should follow on LinkedIn, you should take a moment to check our current vacancies page.

At 11 Recruitment, we have a range of white-collar temp and perm jobs available. We're always on the lookout for top talent to place with our clients, so we encourage you to apply for any positions that are of interest.

If none of our current vacancies are right for you, you should register for job alerts. Then we’ll be able to notify you when we receive a position that matches your profile.

Christian Madsen

What are your thoughts?

I'd love to have a conversation with you about this topic - please leave a comment below if you have any thoughts or opinions 🙂

Christian Madsen

Managing Director of 11 Recruitment

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