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LinkedIn Like As Page Tool
You can respond to posts on LinkedIn just like you can on other social media sites. Utilizing the LinkedIn Like as Page tool, businesses can respond to posts made by other users on their company page, boosting engagement and the likelihood of receiving more page likes in return. Although this task may be time-consuming, JARVEE allows you to program it to carry out the likes on your behalf.
How to the LinkedIn Like as Page tool
To access the tool, you need to go to the TOOLS page > click on your LinkedIn Profile > and then click on the Like as Page tool from the list of tools on the left. The tool features four tabs: Settings, Sources, Extracted Posts, and Results.
- Wait between X and Y minutes before each new operation – lets you specify the amount of time before the tool begins a new operation.
- Like between X and Y items per operation – you can choose how many posts will be liked for each operation using this.
- Execute between HH:MM and HH:MM – with this option, you can decide when the tool executes the scheduled tasks. Additional intervals may be added, or the timers may even be made random.
- Add random sleep time – once operations A and B have been completed, this will enable the tool to rest for X and Y minutes before beginning a new operation.
- Days of the week when to operate – the days on which the tool will carry out the actions are up to you.
💡 By selecting the Rotate Days option, you can randomly rearrange the days that the Like as Page tool will be active each week. For instance, if you selected Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the tool will choose a different set of three days for the upcoming week. You can also decide to remove posts from the rotation on the weekends if you don’t want to like them.
- When the daily cap is reached, the tool will automatically stop liking posts until the following day. You can do this to set a daily cap for the tool. For users who want to warm up their accounts, you can also set the daily cap to increase gradually until it reaches your daily target; just be sure to do so.
- You can set an hourly cap with this option; it works similarly to a daily cap.
This will enable you to like posts in any order, as opposed to liking them all in the same order.
If a tweet is only a few days old, you can choose whether to like it or not depending on how old it is.
You’ll also need to decide which page should be used to like each source since you’ll be liking as a page.
- Like on posts by keywords – You can like posts that were found through a LinkedIn keyword search by using this source option. Enter the keywords, comma-separated. Click the ADD INPUT button after adding your keywords and creating your caption. The table below the source option will be updated to include them.
- Like on posts by url – If you already know the URL of the posts you want to like, this source option is helpful. To add more than one post URL, separate them with a new line before selecting the ADD TO EXTRACTED POSTS option. The post will automatically be added to the Extracted Posts tab and will have the keyword MANUAL.
- Posts from Walls/Pages/Profiles– To like posts that have been posted to LinkedIn walls, pages, or groups, use this source option. If you have multiple target walls, groups, or profiles, you must divide them with a new line after adding the URL of each one in the space provided. Your target groups, walls, and profiles will be added to the table below the source option once you click the ADD button.
If there are no Pages appearing, make sure that you have enabled syncing Pages under Social Profiles > account > Show Advanced Profile Settings > Synchronization section. If you only want to use one page for all sources, you can use the option Set page for all the elements at the bottom of the Sources tab and click on SET PAGE.
Don’t forget to specify which page should execute the action otherwise, the action will be executed as the LinkedIn profile.
Extracted Posts tab
The posts that need to be liked will be listed here. If it is not liked because it failed a particular filter, the reason will be given in a specific column. You can DELETE ALL items, EXPORT ALL, and IMPORT a CSV file (if you have one; if not, see the export sample for the CSV format) using the action buttons. You can SEND TO/SPLIT WITH OTHER ACCOUNTS WITH THE SAME TAGS under MORE ACTIONS, as well as RESET ITEMS WITH FAILED FILTERS for this account and for all accounts.
The items that were liked successfully will be listed here. Additionally, you can see the post’s title, link, source (or keyword) used, and post link here. Additionally, there are action buttons to DELETE ALL, EXPORT ALL, and DELETE, BROWSE (open in a different browser), BROWSE EMBEDDED, and COPY each link individually.