You invest a lot of time in producing content for your LinkedIn page. Why not repurpose that content? Embed a LinkedIn feed on your website to keep it updated with new content automatically.
For example, you can set it up as a brand hub showing all your social media updates on your website. Or you could embed it on your internal wiki as a news board, use it for employer branding on your careers website or embed it on your digital signage solution and share the content on a screen in your office. The possibilities are endless.
Create a widget that gets auto updates from your LinkedIn page.
Great for brands that care about user privacy and security. This solution doesn’t load any 3rd-party widgets or services and complies with EU & US/Californian data protection laws (GDPR and CCPA).
First of all, set up your Walls.io account. Don’t worry; it’s straightforward and takes less than 5 minutes, including adapting the design. If you need a hand with adding LinkedIn content, here’s how to add LinkedIn as a source.
The feed will automatically fetch all the posts you publish on your LinkedIn page. If you’d like only to display some posts, you have complete control over the widget’s content.
Repurpose your content
You invest a lot of time creating content for your company’s LinkedIn page. So why not repurpose that content and share it elsewhere too? A LinkedIn feed embed lets you display all the content from your public LinkedIn company profile on your website.
Every new LinkedIn post published on your company’s profile will be automatically added to the LinkedIn feed embed. You can also further curate the embed with selected posts from your LinkedIn feed.
Take employer branding to the next level
Many brands use their LinkedIn pages to feature new employees, perks and benefits, memorable moments from internal events, causes that the company supports, and values it stands for. Sharing that authentic content on your brand’s website will help attract new talent and create a sense of belonging for your current team.
For all those who don’t have a LinkedIn account or don’t find the time to visit the platform when scanning your products or researching your company, share your curated content via a LinkedIn feed embed on your website.
To embed a LinkedIn feed on your internal wiki, sign-up for a free Walls.io trial. Then, set up your LinkedIn feed by connecting your page to Walls.io. This tutorial explains the setup process in more detail.
Here’s an example of how to embed a LinkedIn feed on a notion wiki. Just add a new block and choose Embed from the block types available:
Enter the URL of your wall (f.e. https://my.walls.io/starbucks) and click the Embed link button:
That’s it! You can now customize the size of your social media embed by dragging the handlebars:
If using a Microsoft Sharepoint wiki, read this guide on embedding your LinkedIn feed on Microsoft SharePoint.
Brands use LinkedIn feeds to share the latest news with their employees. The feed can be displayed on a TV at the office, embedded on the company’s website, or internal wiki.
Another use case is employer branding. A great example is LV 1871, which has launched an innovative Corporate Influencer Programme. Around 30 employees who have volunteered as influencers post on social media, presenting the company to the outside world. They combined LinkedIn content produced by the company with content posted by their employees on other social platforms like Twitter and Instagram, creating an exciting employee-generated content hub.
The short answer is: yes. Search engines use the time spent on site metric as a ranking factor since dwell time equals audience engagement – and that can only mean that you have great content on your page. The longer the dwell time, the more likely your visitors are to take action. Brands use LinkedIn widgets to drive user engagement, keep the visitors on their website, and skyrocket conversion and click-through rates.
Here are a few guides for the most popular CMS tools, but bear in mind that it can work on any website, also if you have a custom made solution:
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed on Beaver Builder
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed on BigCommerce
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed on Elementor
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed on Microsoft SharePoint
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed on Notion
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using Shopify
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using Squarespace
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using Wix
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using Weebly
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using Jimdo
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using Webflow
- How to embed your LinkedIn feed using WordPress
Of course, you can easily do that. Walls.io is a fully-fledged social wall. It aggregates content from 13+ sources. You can also allow your users to upload content directly to the wall with Direct Posts.
You can add LinkedIn Company Pages or University/School Pages (with admin privileges only).
Your LinkedIn feed will work great on all event platforms. To help you integrate your social wall easier, we created a few guides for the most popular ones that we also partner with. If you’re missing a guide, drop us a line in the chat.
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on 6connex
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Bizzabo
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Canapii
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on GEVME
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Hopin
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Hubilo
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Pathable
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Splash
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Swapcard
- How to embed a LinkedIn widget on Veertly
The Walls.io LinkedIn feed widget allows you to select the content you want to display and hide the rest. The widget’s moderation features include language and keyword filters, automated spam filtering for images and text, unlimited moderators, and remote moderation from any device.