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How to import contacts from LinkedIn Post?
How to import contacts from LinkedIn Post?

LinkedIn Posts Engagement

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Written by Archie Marcos
Updated over a week ago

You can create a campaign from the contacts on LinkedIn who interacted with your or another person's post using the Post feature.

To create the search, please follow the steps below:

  1. Go to your LinkedIn account.

  2. Click on your profile icon in the top right corner

  3. Click on the Posts & Activity.

  4. Click on the Posts

  5. Click on the ellipsis icon (three dots) in the upper right corner of the post and copy the link to the post as shown below:

Now, let's import the contacts engaged in the post by pasting the post link on We-Connect.

There are 2 ways to import the contacts into We-Connect:

  • via Search page

  1. Click on the "Search" menu on the sidebar menu.

  2. Select Linkedin Posts as search type.

  3. Paste the post link URL that you copied from LinkedIn.

  4. Once the search populates, hit save and put a name on it. You can then go ahead and create and launch your campaign as it populates in the background.

Please check the below image:

  • via Campaign Setup page

  1. Click on the "Campaigns" menu on the sidebar menu and click "Add new" campaign.

  2. On the campaign setup page, choose Search as the lead source and select LinkedIn Posts from the search type.

  3. Once done, you will see the form to enter LinkedIn post URL (paste the post link you have copied from LinkedIn), then enter the list name in the form below that.

  4. The default selection of 2nd and 3rd+ connections should work as the connection type and hit continue.

Please check the image below:

If you have previously saved the LinkedIn post list via search page, then while creating a campaign, you can choose Saved Lists as the lead source and select the saved list from the dropdown window.

Please check the image below:

Please read this article to learn more about how to setup a campaign in We-Connect.

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