How to Create a Post Engagement Sequence

Learn about post sequencing and how to target specific posts for their user engagement.


What is the Post Engagement Feature?

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Post Engagement Sequence-

In this article, you will learn how to send invitations to people who liked or sent comments on a post

 

  1. Select a post that you want to utilize for your target audience. Check the number of Likes and Comments before moving on with the sequence creation

  2. On the top right side of the post, click on the three dots. Select "Copy Link to Post"

  3. Go to Kennected. Click on "Sequences", "Add New", and then "Invitation Sequence"

  4. Add a Sequence Name and select its Working Hours

  5. In the target audience box, paste the LinkedIn Post URL that was copied earlier, then press ENTER on your keyboard

  6. Select either Likes or Comments and click "Done"

 

Post Engagement Sequence-


In this article, you will learn how to send out connection invitations to people who
liked or sent comments on a LinkedIn post. Select a post that you want to utilize for your target audience. Check the number of Likes and Comments before moving on with the sequence creation

  1. On the top right side of the post, click on the three dots. Select "Copy Link to Post"

  2. Go to Kennected. Click on "Sequences", "Add New", and then "Invitation Sequence"

  3. Add a Sequence Name and select its Working Hours

  4. In the target audience box, paste the LinkedIn Post URL that was copied earlier, then press ENTER on your keyboard

  5. Select either Likes or Comments and click "Done"
  • Likes (if you want to reach out to people who have liked the post)
  • Comments (if you want to reach out to people who commented on the post)

Set up the Connection Message, Follow-up message, and days for automatic Withdrawal. Click "Submit"



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