Some time ago I published an article about the 10 Largest Groups on LinkedIn. The number of members changes over time (of course). To my humble surprise, the post has received 12K+ clicks and many, many shares. With 2018 nearing quickly I thought it was time to update The 10 Largest Groups On LinkedIn.
Of course, we already know how valuable groups on LinkedIn are so I’ve decided to offer you groups information again in the form of The LinkedIn Groups Directory.
How about all of the groups available to you, your business, your network, your circles/connections?
At your fingertips is the entire LinkedIn groups directory. This may be ‘old news’ to some of you but I also know many of you utilize the search bar only with fast and furriness. Searching and searching for groups related to a specific industry, network, location or even right down to the nitty-gritty of an exact product and/or service can be a daunting task. However, implementing Boolean logic (AND, OR and NOT in keyword searches) can easily find just what you need.
But, LinkedIn has already done most of that work for you. All nice and concise and wrapped up in a categorized directory.
Here are the categories (Your search is over!):
1) Groups Directory - Browse by name from A-Z
Check Out All Groups at the Source: https://www.linkedin.com/directory/groups/
To learn more about Getting Started with Groups: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8349020/profile
What does this mean to you? Groups Can Be the Goldmine of Opportunity
Sure, you may have 1K, 2K, 5K or even 10K connections off of your LinkedIn account but where can you reach 50K or 100K and millions of people all at one time? Groups!
HUGE TIP and A STUNNING Way to Reach the Masses
What you have to say to your own connections through posting on the home feed is just as valuable to the many others who are lying in the wait within the currently showing 1,789,868 groups available to you today (as of 12/4/2017).
Happy LinkedIn Groups Exploring and All the Best of 2018!
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