Here are the current LinkedIn Skills pages where you can find and use all of the Collaborative Articles on LinkedIn.
About LinkedIn Collaborative Articles
LinkedIn’s Collaborative Articles are a treasure trove of collective wisdom, presenting an amalgamation of insights and viewpoints from the diverse LinkedIn community. These conversation-sparking articles stem from a fusion of AI-generated prompts and the expertise of its editorial team. However, their true essence lies in the invaluable contributions of LinkedIn’s members. A handpicked assembly of industry professionals enriches these articles by infusing their unique ideas, real-world examples, and personal experiences, creating a dynamic and engaging knowledge-sharing experience.
Collaborative articles are a new way to tap into the collective knowledge of the LinkedIn community. You can browse collaborative articles sorted by professional skills and showcase your expertise. Below, you will find links to the official LinkedIn pages where you will find collaborative articles covering the specific topic of that page.
You can follow the pages with the skills that interest you listed below to be notified about new collaborative articles as they are published.
If you have a specific skill on your profile, and LinkedIn considers that you have sufficient expertise on that topic, then you may be able to contribute to an article on a given topic. If you can, you will see a prompt to ‘Add your perspective’ to contribute below each section of the article.
Your LinkedIn work history, skills proficiency, and previous engagement on the LinkedIn platform are all considered, allowing you to contribute to relevant collaborative articles.
Here’s how LinkedIn first announced the introduction of collaborative articles: Unlocking nearly 10 billion years worth of knowledge to help you tackle everyday work problems
Finding LinkedIn Collaborative Articles
Follow the relevant Skills Pages below to stay informed about the latest collaborative articles through your LinkedIn Feed, notifications, and updates. You will also see notifications as your network contributes or as new articles appear on skills pages that you follow.
To locate skill-specific content, simply enter related keywords in the LinkedIn search bar and choose the appropriate skills page. You’ll find collaborative articles nestled within the Posts section of the respective skill page.
Beyond LinkedIn, you can access collaborative articles through all major search engine results, ensuring that valuable insights and professional discussions are always within reach.
Engaging with LinkedIn Collaborative Articles
You can interact with collaborative articles just like any other post on your feed – share, react to, and save them.
If a particular contribution resonates with you, you can acknowledge its value by clicking the Insightful icon.
At the conclusion of each article, you can help LinkedIn enhance the content experience by rating the overall quality of the piece.
Participating in Collaborative Articles
LinkedIn has handpicked a group of experts to share their wisdom within these articles. Potential contributors are identified based on their work history, skills proficiency, and previous engagement on the platform, and they must comply with LinkedIn’s User Agreement and Professional Community Policies. To be considered for inclusion in this group, simply engage with articles by liking or reacting to them.
As an invited contributor, click “Add your perspective” to share your insights in a specific section of the article. By consistently offering valuable input, you may earn a Community Top Voice badge (e.g., “Top Engineering Voice”) as recognition for being a highly insightful contributor to collaborative articles within a particular skillset.
LinkedIn Collaborative Articles – Full List of Skills Page Topics A-Z (March 2023)
You can go to any of these pages and will find posts published on the pages which will contain collaborative articles.
Last Updated: 21-Mar-23 by David Petherick
Business Process Mapping
Business Relationship Management
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
IT Service Delivery
Social Media Marketing
Last Updated: 21-Mar-23 by David Petherick
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