SEO Boost – LinkedIn

Home Forums White Hat SEO SEO Boost – LinkedIn


This topic contains 15 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by   John Reyers .

  • Author
  • #6054

    Shon Powell

    Will having a LinkedIn profile give me good SEO boost?

  • #6055

    Nadine Cairns

    No, alone it’s kinda useless.

    • #6056

      Jenette Bush


    • #6057

      Geoffrey Claughton

      Social media accounts on their own don’t provide much link juice, but of course if you have decent social media visibility (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn) it may help but alone they don’t do the job.

    • #6058

      David James

      It’s not searchable and it’s a profile. It doesn’t provide a good SEO boost.

    • #6059

      Giacomo Pieri

      LinkedIn is indexed…

    • #6060

      William Souter

      It is as much as fb twitter and IG but they don’t help with rankings except in extreme cases where your posts on social media gets viral or your page has a lot of activity.

    • #6061

      Michal Kahn

      What works nowadays to help boost rankings?

  • #6062

    John Reyers

    Yes, in a way. If it’s just about branding Linkedin profiles rank near the top due to very low SPAM. If it’s for a website then I don’t believe so but I can’t see how it would hurt you.

  • #6063

    David James

    Just having a profile is useless. Utilising it and using it, will help!

  • #6064

    Richard Fisher

    I thought it would pass a bit of PR7 juice my way.

  • #6065

    Roelof Kramer

    SEO boost NO -Branding Boost yes. Profile links serve as good foundation links – that’s it

  • #6066

    Syed Shah

    LinkedIn profile or “link in profile” like what people do on Instagram?

  • #6067

    Siobhan Newman

    Essentially it’s a nofollow link. So there is no inherent SEO value. (However whether social signals do impart some kind of SEO value hasn’t been 100% disproven). Not to mention you’re getting some link diversity there.

    But, what I can say is that you could at least drive some direct referral traffic, as well as developing a signal of trust as you’re putting a name out there, and potentially use it to retarget, and almost “hit people from multiple angles”.

    So short answer – there may be no SEO boost, but it’s still got value in terms of contributing to your overall digital strategy.

  • #6068

    Dawn Cotton

    It’s worked for me – my LinkedIn is usually the top 2 results if someone searches my name on google. Can someone please explain how it works?

    • #6069

      John Reyers

      LinkedIn has little to no SPAM due to the nature of it’s network so Google see’s LinkedIn profiles as highly credible.

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.