We're edging towards the close of the year and Linkedin continues to be one of the most exciting platforms for B2B businesses and thought-leaders - unless they're already making waves on Youtube, Instagram, or Tik Tok dare I say. But too often, people realize that Linkedin is not being as generous to them as they initially thought. Content that they put time and effort in making, repeatedly falls flat. And for businesses that depend more and more on digital channels these days, that's a concern. Thankfully this problem has an easy solution: to stop posting the way that Linkedin does not want you to post. Okay, maybe not so simple. I'll break it down. Here's a countdown of the 9 worst mistakes to be making on Linkedin Company Pages right now.