5 Fantastic LinkedIn Post Ideas If You Have Writer’s Block

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Growing on LinkedIn is difficult, a variety of challenges stand in your way to LinkedIn success.

One of these challenges is what to post; the possibilities are endless, and sometimes this causes writer’s block!

Think about it, what could you post? A meme? A Rant? A Single Word?!

Hopefully, this blog will help inspire you to write your next LinkedIn masterpiece.

 

1. The Daily Routine

Think back to this morning, what did you get up to, do you have a set routine?

This could be a great source of content!

Try sharing your morning routine, invite conversation by asking others about their morning routine.

Remember to include why you do these things every morning, and how it helps you to maximise your productivity.

 

2. Comedy

Now, this might not be your cup of tea.

But, by injecting a mild case of humour into your writing, you can add personality to your post.

Furthermore, it’s a great way to connect to those who may be following you.

That being said, make sure your humour is palatable to your audience.

Humour is a subjective thing, and to some, your post might be offensive.

And I’m sure the last thing you want to do is offend a potential client or future employer!

 

3.Breaking News!

Although the news can seem overly negative sometimes, it is still important to keep informed of current events.

So, why not make a news bulletin for your connections!

Something recently happened that is related to either you or your business?

Add your take on the news, start a discussion.

You can do so by giving them the key facts, and then crediting the author of the article.

It’s a sure-fire way to create some engaging content and perhaps start a few new conversations.

 

4. The Good Ol’ Meme

Memes have been a staple of internet culture since they first popped up in the mid-1990s.

Although they have evolved since then, memes are still ever-growing in popularity, becoming more prominent on LinkedIn.

Find or create relevant memes or funny posts that your audience would appreciate (or lol at).

Great examples of this can be found everywhere on the internet, literally!

And the best thing about image memes is that LinkedIn loves image posts!

 

5. Inspirational Post

Become a station for inspiration!

Truth is, most people are attracted to positivity, and there is nothing more positive than an inspirational message.

And chances are, you have something inspirational to share with the world.

Try making a post about a quote you like, or a story about a time you got through a tough time.

I’m sure it will not only be great content but might just help someone during their journey!

 

Final Remarks

So, here are some ideas for posts.

I hope they help you to write your next LinkedIn masterpiece.

There are a whole host of other LinkedIn posts to do, but these are a sample to get your mind going, good luck!

 

For more information, please get in touch today.

In the meantime check out our LinkedIn Management service.

 

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  1. 4 Tips To Help Boost Your Brand on LinkedIn
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  3. How to Create Engaging Content on LinkedIn 

 

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