✅ On desktop:
✅ On mobile:
The LinkedIn platform is the global marketplace for networking and growing for individuals and businesses. That being said, having a good LinkedIn profile shouldn’t be taken for granted, and our profiles are the tickets to getting more clients and job opportunities.
Each one of our profiles has the Creator Mode section with the ‘Talks About’ option to show our potential clients or employees and present what our business or profile is all about.
Check this blog post as it highlights the steps to change the ‘Talks About’ section on LinkedIn. Also, it reminds those new to this option of what it is and how they can use it.
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The Talks About section on LinkedIn is one of the latest LinkedIn features, and it is part of the Creator Mode of everyone’s profile. Its purpose is to show one’s potential clients or employers' concerns.
The LinkedIn ‘Talks About’ section offers five areas of topics/fields of expertise you are most skilled to discuss. The same refers to businesses; if you have a business profile on LinkedIn, you can add the relevant fields of expertise that your company holds.
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Quick Note: If you do not see the Creator Mode and the Talks About section on your LinkedIn profile, you should update your LinkedIn and reopen the app.
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If you haven’t used the Creator Mode on LinkedIn, it will be off, and you need to activate it.
To do that, here are the steps to take:
If you are doing this from the mobile version, after adding your preferred topics, you can let your LinkedIn followers know the topics you like to post about, so click on ‘Next’ and then click on ‘Post.
And that is all. As you can see in the above image, you can turn off your ‘Creator mode’ on LinkedIn anytime you want.
You can easily add and edit topics in your LinkedIn profile's ‘Talks About’ section. The steps are quick and easy, regardless of whether you will do it from your smartphone or desktop.
You should take advantage of this feature because it might attract potential connections and offers based on the nature of the profile.
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