The LinkedIn Comment As Page Tool
Commenting as your LinkedIn company page can help increase your brand’s visibility and engagement on the platform. By leaving thoughtful and relevant comments on other users’ posts, you can demonstrate your company’s expertise, build relationships with other users, and attract potential followers to your page. Additionally, commenting can help increase the reach of your page by appearing in other users’ notifications and newsfeeds. Thankfully, Su Social has its LinkedIn Comment as Page tool which allows you to perform this task in a jiffy.
Using the LinkedIn Comment as Page tool
You can access the tool from the TOOLS page, select the LinkedIn account you want to work on, and navigate to the Comment as Page tool.
We’ll discuss each of the four tabs in the following section:
The settings tab is divided into four sections: Run Timers, Comment Limits, Settings, and Filters.
- Wait between X and Y minutes before each new operation – allows you to set up a time frame before the tool starts a new operation
- Comment between X and Y items per operation – this will let you decide how many posts will be commented on per operation
- Execute between HH:MM and HH:MM – this option allows you to control the hours when the tool performs the scheduled actions. You can also add more intervals or even randomize the timers
- Add random sleep time – this will allow the tool to rest for X and Y minutes before starting a new operation when it has executed A and B operations
- Days of the week when to operate – you can choose the days that the tool will perform the actions
💡The days you chose for the Comment as Page tool to operate can be randomly rearranged each week by choosing the Rotate Days option. For instance, the tool will select a different set of three days for the following week if you chose Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. If you don’t want to leave comments on weekends, you can also choose to exclude them from the rotation.
- You can do this to set a daily cap for the tool, and when it is reached, it will automatically stop commenting on posts until the next day. You can also set the daily cap to rise steadily until it reaches your daily target; this feature may be helpful for users who want to warm up their accounts but remember to use this gradually.
- With this option, you can set an hourly cap; it functions similarly to a daily cap.
- All URLs on your comments (if any) will be shortened using the link shortener you set up under Settings > Connectivity.
- Instead of liking posts from top to bottom, this will allow you to like posts in random order.
Since you will be commenting as a page, you’ll also need to select which page should the comment be applied to for every source. If there are no Pages showing up, make sure that you have enabled syncing Pages under Social Profiles > account > Show Advanced Profile Settings > Synchronization section.
- Comment on posts by keywords – You can use this source option to comment on posts that are found from the keyword search on LinkedIn. Enter the keywords separated by a comma. After you add your keywords and write your caption, click the ADD INPUT button. They will be added to the table below the source option.
- Comment on posts by url – This source option is useful if you already have a URL of the posts you want to comment on. If you want to add multiple post URLs, you need to separate them with a new line and then click on the ADD TO EXTRACTED POSTS button. The post will be added to the Extracted Posts tab automatically and it will have MANUAL as the keyword.
- Like comments from Walls/Pages/Profiles– use this source option to comment on posts that are published on LinkedIn walls/pages/groups. Add the URL of the wall/group/profile in the provided box and if you have multiple target walls/groups/profiles, you need to separate them with a new line. Click on the ADD button then your target groups/walls/profiles will be added to the table below the source option.
Extracted Posts tab
This is where the posts to be commented on will be listed. In the event that it does not get commented on for failing a certain filter, the reason will be stated in a specific column.
For the action buttons, you can DELETE ALL items, EXPORT ALL, and IMPORT a CSV file (if you have any, see the export sample for the CSV format). Under MORE ACTIONS, you can RESET ITEMS WITH FAILED FILTERS or this account and for all accounts, and you can SEND TO/SPLIT WITH OTHER ACCOUNTS WITH THE SAME TAGS.
The successfully liked items will be listed here. You can also see here the title of the post, the link, which keyword (or source) did it come from, and the post link. You also have action buttons to DELETE ALL, EXPORT ALL, and individually DELETE, BROWSE (open on an external browser), BROWSE EMBEDDED, and COPY each link.
The LinkedIn Like as Page tool allows companies to interact with other users’ posts using their company page, increasing engagement and the possibility of getting more page likes in return. This task may be tedious but with the help of Su Social, you can program it to perform the likes on your behalf.