If you’re logged in, you can select “Edit Profile” from the Profile menu, which will show an “Edit Contact Info” prompt in the rectangular box beneath your number of connections. Once you select that box, the following will appear:
You can add- and name- up to three links. In this example, there’s a Resume and a Company Website, and a prompt to add a third site.
If you choose to edit or add a website, you will be taken to the contact info editing window, shown below: LinkedIn offers you several pre-populated website types- from “Company Website” to “Blog” but to get the kind of links you want, you need to make sure that the anchor text is relevant to your company or product, and that means selecting the “Other” option, as was done for the Resume example above.
If you select the “Other” option, LinkedIn will give you a Website Title prompt first, followed by a URL prompt second (as seen in the third example above).
We recommend using your brand name to link to your homepage, and matching your page title to your 2nd and 3rd links. For ours, we use:
- “Content Harmony” to link to the homepage.
- “Content Marketing Services” to link to our services page.
- “Content Harmony Blog” to link to our blog.
How do I add a website to LinkedIn?
Add a Website to Your Profile
Click the Me icon at the top of your LinkedIn homepage.
Click View profile.
Click Contact info in your introduction section.
In the pop-up window that appears, click the Edit icon.
In the pop-up window that appears, click Add website.
Copy and paste your website address into the Website URL field.
Choose the type of website from the dropdown list.
Note: If you select Other from the list, you can type in your own website title.