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What a BIG success we had with LinkedIn in the last couple of months.
Over the last couple of months, lempire team (lemlist, lempod and lemtalk) got from LinkedIn:

- Over 2.000.000 post views
- Over 20.000 likes
- Over 5000 comments
- Over 500 email subscribers
- Over 20.000 website visits

and, most importantly:

- Over 800 customers

So, I decided to write an in-depth guide on the best LinkedIn Growth Hacking techniques we used to reach these amazing milestones 🔥

It's a guide on amazing 29 pages, full of pictures, examples and real-life data.

Continue to read if you want to find out how we did that! :)

  • VV

    Vukasin Vukosavljevic

    over 1 year ago #

    Dope stuff man!

  • GM

    Guillaume Moubeche

    over 1 year ago #

    Awesome content! Tons of value and actionnable tips!

  • VD

    Vojin Deronjić

    over 1 year ago #

    Thanks for this! I love the article.

  • TC

    Tad Chef

    over 1 year ago #

    Those seem to work very well indeed. I just wish they weren't so clickbaity.

    I'm far too ethical to trick my business contacts into reading, following or giving me their mail address.

    There must be more sustainable ways to grow your follower base and engagement.

    • UD

      Ugljesa Djuric

      over 1 year ago #

      Hi Tad, thanks for the great comment and reading the article! :)

      I would say that everything depends on what business goals you want to achieve with LinkedIn :) There I showed the best growth hacks you can use for almost any business goal - whether it's scaling your newsletter, distributing your articles, or building influence in big companies. Not all techniques are clickbaity as you can see :)

      Of course, if you want to other LinkedIn people to give you their email address and subscribe, you should definitely "engage" them somehow to do so. Right? :)

      • TC

        Tad Chef

        over 1 year ago #

        Yeah, of course you need people to engage but it's the same problem as with annoying pop-ups or clickbait headlines. You convert a few people but you can't measure how many you ostracize.

        BuzzFeed got lots of traffic from the LOL/WTF crowd but admitting that you read Buzzfeed or sharing a link to them is embarrassing.

        It's also like crashing a wedding or something in real life. You sure get the attention but is it the right way to do so? Did you measure how many of your exiting contacts unfriended you after those actions?

      • UD

        Ugljesa Djuric

        over 1 year ago #

        Agree with you to some point :)

        Nope - I didn't measure how many people unfriended me since I've got 1300 connections after I started doing all of this :)

        3 months ago, I had around 500 connections - now it's almost 1800 - it's not much - but this kind of posts helps me to identify other people that are interested in my work :)

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    Ryan @ Imaginaire

    over 1 year ago #

    Incredible article, mate! Great read.

  • LK

    Lachlan Kirkwood

    over 1 year ago #

    Love the detail of this guide! There's so much power in storytelling on LinkedIn.

  • EG


    over 1 year ago #

    A very detailed and helpful instructions. Glad for your effort in putting this up all together.

  • YA

    Yadav Anil

    over 1 year ago #

    Thank you Guillaume ! ! Really, Help full information share on board ! ! I Like it

  • KI

    Kate Iezzi

    over 1 year ago #

    We started with Lempod and switched to Captain Linked (captainlinked.in) for the same purpose. It is slightly cheaper and unlike Lempod let us track per employee stats, check how many people in our org follow company content and more.

  • KM

    kasia majewska

    over 1 year ago #

    Love the content, thanks for sharing!

  • AN

    Alina Nesvit

    over 1 year ago #

    really cool!!

  • SH

    Steffen Hedebrandt

    over 1 year ago #

    Really nice post. Love that the actions are so tangible.

  • SV

    stéphane vicent

    over 1 year ago #

    Thanks 🙏