Connecting your LinkedIn account with Digivizer is easy!

Before you start, make sure you are logged into the LinkedIn accounts you wish to connect and have admin access.

Connecting your LinkedIn Account

To get started, head to the ‘Manage Connections’ tab located under the cog in the top right of your Digivizer screen.

Scroll down to LinkedIn, where it says ‘Not Connected.’ To the right of that, click the blue ‘Connect’ button and follow the prompts.

Please keep in mind it may take up to 24 hours for the data to load.

Connecting your LinkedIn Company Page

While you are connecting your personal LinkedIn account, you can also connect any company pages associated with your LinkedIn account. There will be a prompt to connect associated accounts during the connection process. Select that company page and both your personal page and the company page will connect.

You can also connect a company Page afterwards. Once your personal LinkedIn account is connected, you’ll see sub-sections in the LinkedIn section of the page. Simply click the blue ‘Connect’ button and follow the prompts to connect associated company pages or ad accounts.

Please keep in mind it may take up to 24 hours for the data to load.

Connecting your LinkedIn Ad Account

Connecting your LinkedIn ad account follows the same flow as above. However, you need to ensure you have at least the “Viewer” level of access.

Head to the ‘Manage Connections’ menu, scroll down to LinkedIn and click the blue ‘Connect’ button to the right of ‘Connected LinkedIn Ad Accounts.’

If you are not logged in, you will then be prompted to log in to your LinkedIn account.

From there, you should now be able to see a list of LinkedIn ad accounts that you have access for. Click the “Connect” button on the ad account you wish to select.

If you’re struggling to understand your data or need some guidance on the best way to soak up all of LinkedIn’s features, you can book a Digital Strategy with one of our Digital Marketing and LinkedIn experts today!

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