How to Create My Company Profile on LinkedIn
Creating a Linkedin profile is very important nowadays as most employment processes start with Linkedin. All companies or organisations can register with LinkedIn to provide information on their business, brand, products and services as well as offer employment opportunities to other members of this community. For this, the boss or staff member in charge should create a Linkedin profile, which is a page on this business network with all corporate information. To help you do this, we at oneHOWTO will give you a step-by-step guide on how to create my company profile on LinkedIn.
To create a company profile on LinkedIn, the following requirements must be met:
- Being employed by the company, which means that your job position appears in the Experience section of your profile. Just make sure you haven't got multiple profiles.
- Having a company email address (e.g. email@example.com) added and confirmed on the LinkedIn account, making sure that the company mail domain is unique.
- The strength of the profile (assessment of the effectiveness of your profile which appears on the right side of the profiles) should be Intermediate or All Star
- Having various contacts you are linked to on Linkedin
Here is how to create my company profile on Linkedin. Log in into Linkedin. Once you have logged in, go to the 'Companies' section found on the top menu.
Then click on'Add a company' at the top right in order to create your business page on LinkedIn.
Type the official company name and your work email address. Also, tick the box that verifies you are the representative of the company and have the right to act on its behalf.
Then click 'Continue' and enter the company's details. Bear in mind that there is not the option to display a preview of your completed LinkedIn company page , but that it will appear on the web portal when the page is published. So you should be careful and insert the correct information, checking several times before publishing the page.
If the email address of the company that you have entered has not been verified on your LinkedIn account, you'll receive a message in that account. Follow the instructions in the email to confirm your email address.
You have created a company profile on Linkedin, which will allow your company to browse possible employees and make your business known to similar companies. For this purpose, it is useful to know how to find groups to join on Linkedin.
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