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Integrate LinkedIn with Siteleaf

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About LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a social networking site that allows its users to network and connect with other professionals and organizations within the same industry. You can also use it for jobs, tackle business ideas, and grow your business connections.

About Siteleaf

Siteleaf is a content management system that allows non-technical users to create new pages, posts and insert media items seamlessly. It helps faster sites, less overhead, and less setting up.

Siteleaf Integrations

Best LinkedIn and Siteleaf Integrations

  • LinkedIn Integration LinkedIn Integration

    Siteleaf + LinkedIn

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  • LinkedIn Integration LinkedIn Integration

    Siteleaf + LinkedIn

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  • LinkedIn Integration LinkedIn Integration

    Siteleaf + LinkedIn

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  • LinkedIn Integration LinkedIn Integration

    Siteleaf + LinkedIn

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  • LinkedIn Integration LinkedIn Integration

    Siteleaf + LinkedIn

    Create Company Update to Linkedin from New Page in Siteleaf Read More...
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    Triggers
  • New Collection

    Triggered when a new collection is created.

  • New Document

    Triggered when a new document is created.

  • New Page

    Triggered when a new page is created.

  • New Site

    Triggered when a new site is created.

    Actions
  • Create Company Update

    A new update is created for your company page.

  • Create Share Update

    A status update sharing some content is posted.

  • Create Document

    Creates a new document.

  • Create Page

    Creates a new page.

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How LinkedIn & Siteleaf Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose LinkedIn as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Siteleaf as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from LinkedIn to Siteleaf.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of LinkedIn and Siteleaf

LinkedIn?

LinkedIn is a social networking service that permits users to connect with other people in their professional circle and industry(www.linkedin.com/. It was founded in December 2002 by Reid Hoffman and Eric Ly, and is headquartered in Mountain View, California, United States. LinkedIn is an online social network built around the core values of relationships and shared knowledge. As of June 2014, LinkedIn has more than 200 million registered members in over 200 countries and territories. This makes it the largest professional social networking site in the world.

Siteleaf?

Siteleaf is a software as a service (SaaS. application for content management. It provides all the functions required to build and maintain a website, including content management, web design, e-commerce capabilities and hosting (http://siteleaf.com/. Siteleaf enables users to publish content on the web through a simple online interface or by using a desktop app for Mac or Windows. Siteleaf was created by the team behind the web development software company Processwire. Launched in 2010, Siteleaf is a hosted spution with a freemium model. The basic service is available at no cost while the premium features are offered at a fee of $9 per month or $99 per year. Siteleaf’s e-commerce capabilities include a shopping cart, inventory management and product search.

Integration of LinkedIn and Siteleaf

In order to integrate LinkedIn and Siteleaf, I have created a new tab on my personal page titled “Blog” on Siteleaf. This tab will direct users to my blog on Siteleaf where they can view my latest posts. In addition, I have created a new tab on my blog titled “LinkedIn” which will direct users to my LinkedIn profile. This tab will be used for users who want more information about me and want to learn more about my experience and skillset.

Benefits of Integration of LinkedIn and Siteleaf

The benefits of integrating LinkedIn and Siteleaf include:

  • Increased Traffic – integration of LinkedIn and Siteleaf would increase traffic to my website by directing traffic from my LinkedIn account to my blog on Siteleaf. This would give me access to more potential clients because they can view my portfpio of work on my blog. Also, this would encourage them to sign up for my newsletter to keep updated on what I am doing because they would know that I am adding new content every week.
  • Increased SEO – integration of LinkedIn and Siteleaf would increase SEO by directing traffic from my LinkedIn account to my blog on Siteleaf. This would help me gain more exposure online because it would be easier to see what I am doing now that I have dedicated pages on both sites. I also think that having an active presence on both sites will encourage more people to visit both sites which increases my SEO ranking because Google likes sites that are getting lots of traffic. Also, by using keywords like “LinkedIn” and “Siteleaf” in my posts I am increasing the chances that I will rank higher in Google searches for those words because Google pays attention to how much content is out there on the web about certain keywords.
  • Valuable Links – integration of LinkedIn and Siteleaf would lead to valuable links because it would be easier for users to share my content because one link would take them to both sites so they wouldn’t have to click two different links anymore. Also, it would encourage users to share my content because they could share it directly from either site using just one link instead of sharing it from two different links which is more work for them so they are more likely to do it if there is only one link. Also, by creating an account directly with either site I have the opportunity to create better pages for each site because I can use specific keywords or phrases to target users who are looking for those things. By having specific keywords or phrases on each site I can target people who are looking for those things specifically without having to go through the extra step of targeting people who are looking for other things as well. So if someone is searching for “marketing consultant” I want them to find me even if their search doesn’t happen to include “blogging” or “Siteleaf” because I want to make sure that they find me even if they aren’t looking for those other keywords or phrases specifically. On the other hand, if I used only one site then I would need to target people who are looking for all of those keywords or phrases, including the ones that aren’t included in their search term, so if their search doesn’t happen to include “marketing consultant” then I wouldn’t be able to target them specifically even if they were looking for “blogging” or “Siteleaf” because they may not be looking for those things specifically either. Since most people don’t know what keywords or phrases they should use when searching for something, they tend to just search for what they already know rather than trying to figure out what keywords or phrases would be best for them so I need to make sure that I use enough keywords or phrases on each site so that people who aren’t looking for those things specifically still find me when they search for something else. Also, by using keywords like “LinkedIn” and “Siteleaf” in my posts I am increasing the chances that Google will notice me because Google pays attention to how much content there is on the web about certain keywords and Google likes sites that are getting lots of traffic so if I use those keywords enough times then Google will pay attention and start sending people my way based on those keywords as well as the keywords that I am targeting directly in my posts. So again, by using keywords like “LinkedIn” and “Siteleaf” in my posts I am increasing the chances that Google will notice me so even if someone isn’t looking for those specific keywords when they search Google they will still find me because Google likes sites that are getting lots of traffic so they will send more people my way based on those keywords as well as the keywords that I am targeting directly in my posts. In addition, by having a dedicated page on each site it is easier for users who know exactly what kind of results they are looking for to find it quickly rather than having to go through multiple clicks first before they can even see what they are looking for so this encourages them to come back again by making it easier for them to find what they are looking for when they search Google rather than making it harder for them because they have to go through multiple clicks before they can even see what they are looking for on one site rather than just one click on another site. In addition, some people may not know what exact keywords or phrases they should use when searching but some may know enough about what they are looking for that they can identify at least some kind of keyword or phrase that might be relevant so by having a dedicated page on each site I can target those people as well so everyone can easily find what they are looking for without having to put too much effort into figuring out exactly what keywords or phrases should be used so this encourages them to come back again by making it easier for them to find what they are looking for when they search Google rather than making it harder because I am forcing them to put more effort into figuring out exactly what keywords or phrases should be used before they can find what they are looking for rather than just giving them more options so they can pick whatever option makes it easiest for them to find what they are looking for. Also, some people may not know specific details but may know enough about what they are looking for that they can identify at least some kind of general direction based off of what little information they do know so by having a dedicated page on each site I can target those people as well so everyone can easily find what they are looking for without having to put too much effort into figuring out exactly where the information might be located otherwise someone might not even bother searching because it might seem like too much work which means fewer potential customers which means fewer sales which means fewer profits which means less revenue overall which means less money coming into my business which means less money going into paying people like designers and developers and writers which means hiring fewer people which means not being able to provide as many services as before which means less customers which means less money coming into my business which means less money going into paying people like designers and developers and writers which means hiring fewer people again which means not being able to provide as many services as before which means less customers again which means less money coming into my business again which means less money going into paying people like designers and developers and writers

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