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Nicole Alexandra Michaelis – Copy Meets Design

Why we love it: Here we’ve got another LinkedIn marketer taking advantage of the relative rarity of memes on the platform – once again using the format to present one of her audience’s relatable pains. But what we love most here is that Nicole posted this still from Succession shortly after the episode first aired, when it was a hot topic of conversation on social media – thereby combining relatability and topicality which, as we

Ari Murray – Budgeting Gone Wild

Why we love it: Memes are still a relatively rare sight on LinkedIn – which is why, when they’re executed well, they have a strong chance of going viral. (In fact – we recently scored more than 1.5 million impressions with one, which you can check out in Issue 6.) This meme jumps off the feed – your average LikedIn user won’t expect to see stills from reality TV shows, so it’ll stop their scroll

The Marketing Millennials – 17 Views and a Sigh

Why we love it: Here we see perhaps the silliest form of graph gag in action – the ‘single answer’ pie chart. This one works not just because it subverts our expectation that a pie chart is usually composed of multiple segments, but also because it expresses a Relatable Pain that clearly resonates with the Marketing Millennials’ audience: “I spend hours on content, only for it to flop.” Ironically, we imagine this post took minutes

Adam Hunt – From Laughs to Leads

Why we love it: We wrote it! Look closer, see – that’s Adam Hunt from White Label Comedy. (No, not Buzz Lightyear. Above that.) This was our top LinkedIn post for the month, bringing in more than 1.5 million impressions, 13k likes, 400 comments, 1.2k new followers and – most importantly – 126 new leads. What you can learn from it: Aside from “hire White Label Comedy”? Oh, OK then… Firstly, don’t be afraid to

Hootsuite – Gift Ideas for Social Media Manager in your life

Why we love it: We caught this one just after it was posted, so it hadn’t yet done huge numbers at time of screenshotting – but anyone who has posted from a business page on LinkedIn knows even this is pretty good going. And we knew our audience of social media marketers (i.e. you) would love this – because it’s SO painfully close to home. What you can learn from it: If you want to

Ryanair – elf on the shelf

Why we love it: Posted the day after Spain were knocked out of the World Cup by unlikely victors, Morocco, it made sense for Ryanair to stick them on the plane home. Combined with the seasonal (Christmas) topicality of the popular ‘elf on the shelf’ meme, this one is working on a couple of different levels. What you can learn from it: We give you fresh, original joke formats every month. But don’t be afraid

Henry Sotheran LTD – we’re closed today

Why we love it: Sotherans is an antique bookseller in London, and their Twitter feed is renowned for being very silly indeed. This tweet successfully combines an otherwise-dry announcement (“we’re closed today”) with a punchline (the silly reason why – which will be relatable to anyone who has ever visited an antique bookstore). What you can learn from it: By tacking a joke onto your important announcements, they’re much more likely to gain traction and

Prime Video UK – Cheers to the world

Why we love it: Do you know what’s going on here? Neither do we. (Ok, we do – but only because we watch a lot of nerdy TV.) We love this because it’s aimed at a niche segment of Prime Video’s audience, who are the only people in the world who could possibly understand it – let alone find it funny – and that’s precisely WHY they’ve engaged with it. What you can learn from

Corporate Rebels – expectation vs reality

Why we love it: Corporate Rebels prove that you can and should be funny on LinkedIn. This cartoon twist on the classic ‘expectation vs reality’ format expresses a sentiment that their audience will find funny because it’s true (B2B clients tend to want better results than they can afford to pay for). What you can learn from it: Often, the simpler the gag, the better. This example strips out anything extraneous – it’s easy to

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