LinkedIn Company Page Updates You Need to Know



LinkedIn has recently rolled out new features for company pages, and as a LinkedIn Pages expert, I’m excited to share these three key updates with you – two I like and one I was left a little disappointed.

Streamlined Invitation Process for Page Invite Credits


One of the most notable updates is the improvement in the invite credits system. Previously, LinkedIn page admins had to sift through connections to find those who had not been invited previously to follow the page.

There was also no difference previously between those invite and following and those invited and following. This whole process was time-consuming and inefficient.

The new system now separates those who haven’t been invited and moves them to the top of the first page.

LinkedIn Pages Invites 1

It is now easy to establish who is already following the page and who has outstanding invites that have yet to be accepted.

LinkedIn Pages Invites 2

Enhanced Filtering Options


While this change is a significant improvement, a filter to remove those already following the page would be a valuable addition. Nonetheless, the current update significantly speeds up the invitation process, saving valuable time for page admins, so it gets a 👍👍 from me.

New Content Sharing via RSS Feeds for LinkedIn Pages


LinkedIn has introduced a feature that allows content sharing from RSS feeds. This means your blogs, podcasts, and YouTube videos can be automatically shared on your LinkedIn company page.

Setting up RSS Feed on LinkedIn Company Pages
Setting up RSS Feed on LinkedIn Company Pages

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I’m currently testing this for my podcast and YouTube channel, but in theory, it will be 👍👍if it works as I anticipate. I just hope it doesn’t do an auto-post like it happens with Events. That would be annoying.

This update is free and accessible to all Company Pages, but will be rolled out in stages. If you don’t have it, hang in there, it will come.

I’m a big fan of stretching content and getting that content to your Page followers. Great way to ensure your audience always has fresh content.

LinkedIn Company Page Premium


LinkedIn has launched a paid subscription model for company pages, similar to the personal premium accounts. For approximately $99 USD per month, admins can access several new features designed to enhance page performance and analytics.

Premium Features Breakdown

  • Custom Call to Action Button: Previously free, now a premium feature. This button is essential for driving traffic to specific actions, such as visiting your website or contacting your business. Make sure you have someone monitoring the Page inbox for messages, as this is now featured more predominantly.
  • Advanced Analytics and Demographics: Gain insights into who visits your page, allowing you to tailor your content more effectively. Note – page visitors can switch this visibility off in their settings.

Page Visit Visibility Settings


  • Credibility Insights: Highlight key achievements and links, enhancing your page’s credibility.
  • AI-Powered Writing Assistants: LinkedIn’s new AI-powered writing assistants are part of the premium package. However, based on current performance, these tools may not yet be worth the investment. They often produce generic content, which might not align with your brand’s voice and quality standards.
  • Auto-Invite Engaged Members: Automated follower growth is a promising feature in the premium plan with the auto-invite function. This tool automatically invites users who engage with your content to follow your page, even if they aren’t first-degree connections. This feature can help grow your page’s follower base more organically and quickly.
  • LinkedIn Premium Logo: This has zero value besides indicating that you pay for premium to page followers.

Try the New Features


LinkedIn offers a 30-day free trial for the Pages Premium subscription. I encourage you to test these features and would love to hear what you think.

Potential Impact on Engagement


While this feature has potential, its effectiveness will depend on how well LinkedIn promotes company page posts in user feeds. Given the current limitations in organic reach, it remains to be seen how impactful this tool will be. For now, it’s a 👎👎from me with the hope that it will change in the future.

Continuous LinkedIn Pages Improvement


Despite some features moving behind a paywall, LinkedIn continues to invest in company pages, providing tools to help businesses grow and engage with their audience. The updates offer a mix of free and premium enhancements, catering to different needs and budgets.

Have fun testing these features, and if you discover anything interesting, let Michelle J Raymond know.

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Michelle J Raymond

Michelle J Raymond is the founder of B2B Growth Co and has made her mark as a leading LinkedIn growth strategist, offering comprehensive strategies and training to brands eager to harness LinkedIn for business growth through thought leadership, content marketing or social selling techniques.

With 20+ years’ experience in B2B sales, and almost a decade of social selling on LinkedIn, Michelle stands out for her significant LinkedIn contributions as the co-author of two globally acclaimed books: “Business Gold,” the first book exclusively dedicated to LinkedIn Company Pages, and “The LinkedIn Branding Book,” and her insightful podcast Social Media for B2B Growth. Follow her YouTube channel @MichelleJRaymond for helpful how to’s.

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