What They Say
“Promote your organization’s updates to targeted audiences on desktop, mobile, and tablet. Drive awareness and leads in the world’s most viewed professional news feed.
Boost registrations, drive conversions, or promote content with personalized messages delivered to prospects when they are active on LinkedIn.
Target quality audiences in a professional context. Market to influencers, decision-makers, and executives who act on new opportunities.”
What We Say
Whether for networking, lead generation, or marketing directly to decision-makers, LinkedIn’s professional context and enormous user base make it an essential tool for business success in the 21st century. In recent years, the company has developed a range of powerful and effective advertising solutions, combining a user-friendly interface with sophisticated targeting options and innovative ad modules. And, by leveraging its 810 million-strong user base, the corporation generated a staggering £9.97 billion in revenue in 2021 alone.
One of the most intriguing aspects of LinkedIn as an ad platform is its exclusive business focus, which could potentially allow it to sidestep some of the nasty data protection legislation that’s likely to come into effect over the coming year. With no B2C customers to worry about, LinkedIn advertisers may be able to take advantage of regulatory loopholes, targeting their B2B customers through means which are similar to those they already use.
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