How to Add An Admin to LinkedIn Page? [in 2022]

After creating a LinkedIn company page, your next step is to add an admin to the LinkedIn page. In this Linkedin tutorial, we are going to show you how to add an admin to the LinkedIn page.

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How to Add Admin to LinkedIn Page?

If you are the owner of a company page on LinkedIn, you can add or remove admins depending on the number of total admins. You can also appoint a new page administrator if you leave the company. This is a step-by-step process of adding an admin to your LinkedIn company page.

  1. Sign in to your LinkedIn account and navigate to your company page
  2. Click Manage in the top right corner of the Company Page
  3. Click Admin Tools
  4. Click Add Admin
  5. Enter the First and Last name of your new Admin or email address if they’re not already a LinkedIn member. If they’re not a member, they’ll receive an invitation to join LinkedIn and become an admin on your company page.
  6. Click Invite to invite them as an admin.

How to Edit Admin Role on a LinkedIn Company Page?

Each LinkedIn profile has one of these pages that anyone with sufficient admin rights can edit. This is how you edit the admin role on a LinkedIn company page if you are an Admin User with sufficient access permissions.

  1. Click on “LinkedIn Company Page.”
  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the Page and click on “Admin roles.”
  3. Click on Change Settings.
  4. Click on Edit Roles.
  5. Add or remove your desired roles.

Types of LinkedIn Page Admin Roles

You’ve spent hundreds of hours crafting your profile, but did you know there are different types of LinkedIn page admin roles? Within those roles, there are specific ways in which admins and companies need to provide content. Here are the three different types of LinkedIn page admin roles:

Super Admin

A Super Admin is a user who has complete control over the LinkedIn page. This includes the ability to create and delete other admins, publish posts, add new features, remove features, change settings and permissions, and manage applications.

Super Admins can also change the Page’s settings, name, and URL. Use this role when you want someone to have complete control over your Page and its settings, or if you want to provide someone with all of the same permissions as a Page owner.

Content Admin

A Content Admin is a user who has complete control over the LinkedIn page’s content. This includes the ability to edit posts, publish posts, add new features, remove features, change settings and permissions, and manage applications.

Content Admins can also change the Page’s settings, name, and URL. This is the ideal role for people who create content for your Page but who should not modify the Page’s settings or respond to comments left on your Page.

Analyst Roles

Analyst roles allow users to monitor analytics, including information about traffic, demographics, and engagement. Users can also view reports on their activity and other users. You can give each Admins access to analytics data for your company page. You control what level of access they have. Admins can view this analytics data in the “Analytics” section of the LinkedIn Company Page tab in Marketing Solutions.

Can’t Add Admin to a LinkedIn Business Page

You can’t add an admin to a LinkedIn Business Page. You can’t even change the Admin on a LinkedIn Business Page. Troubleshooting this issue with a LinkedIn page can be daunting if you’ve never done it. Here are a few ways to get around this:

Check Your Administrator Privilege’s

If you are the original owner of the Page, then your admin privileges are good. If you’re not, then there’s nothing to do but contact LinkedIn admin and have them change it for you. This can take up to two weeks.

Check That the LinkedIn Website Is Linked Properly.

If you go to the company’s website or person you are trying to add as a connection, and you see a ‘Connect with LinkedIn’ button, you’re good. If not, then make sure that the Page is linked correctly.

Make Sure You Are in the Same Network as the Business Page.

If you are trying to connect with a business page, make sure that you are in the same network. If it is not, you won’t communicate with the business page. You will only be able to add someone as a friend if you are in the same network.

Conclusion

Having a LinkedIn company page is a great way to make your business more visible on the web. It’s very easy to set up, and you’re only an email address away from having your company page. People can follow the company, learn about their new products and services, and even find out when they hold events.

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