LinkedIn Releases New Digital Magazine “Recharge Your Marketing” to Inspire Your 2022 Approach

LinkedIn Releases New Digital Magazine “Recharge Your Marketing” to Inspire Your 2022 Approach

As marketers look for new ways to invigorate their approaches as the New Year approaches, in the ever-changing environment of the ongoing pandemic, LinkedIn has released a new 48-page digital magazine that provides a range information and advice on key trends, which could help shape your approach.

LinkedIn’s “Recharge Your Marketing 2022” magazine, which you can download for free here, is presented in a full page-turning magazine format and includes expert interviews, engagement tips based on insights from the platform fitness, tips, books to read, and more.

As LinkedIn explains:

With the adrenaline of the past two years starting to wear off, chances are you and your team will find themselves in a bigger and busier role. There are more requests and deliverables than ever. Performance and agility still matter, but so does purpose – and aligning brands and businesses to a post-pandemic world. There is a great opportunity and a great responsibility to assume. It’s time to look up, see what lies ahead, and make sure you’re ready for it.

The magazine includes notes on the top issues impacting B2B brands in 2022, as well as predictions of what’s to come from B2B marketing leaders.

It also includes LinkedIn-specific insights based on post engagement and interest.

LinkedIn Recharge

There are also highlights from LinkedIn’s “Live with Marketers” video interview series.

LinkedIn Recharge

With advice on the key elements of the platform, including how to improve your LinkedIn company page.

LinkedIn Recharge

There are also more in-depth articles on key B2B branding trends and approaches, all of which include insights from leading marketers and voices in the field.

There are some good notes here, and if you’re looking to maximize your LinkedIn strategy, it’s worth downloading the magazine and checking it out.

You can download LinkedIn’s “Recharge Your Marketing 2022” magazine here.

Amanda P. Whitten