Symphony is an all-in-one dashboard to publish, schedule, and manage your content on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin.

Welcoming LinkedIn Company Pages to Symphony

symphony_linkedinToday we’re happy to announce that Symphony now supports publishing and scheduling to LinkedIn company pages. You can now keep your LinkedIn company page updated along with your LinkedIn profiles and groups, and all your other Facebook and twitter accounts as well, from one place.

LinkedIn has been improving company pages rapidly, and we’ve been getting more and more questions about them in recent months. LinkedIn is a professional social network, so it makes perfect sense to have a presence for your business there. It’s where a lot of people look to learn more about your business, especially potential partners and employees. We’re also guilty of not keeping our LinkedIn page updated, but that ends today.

Connect your LinkedIn Company Page to Symphony

The process is similar to how you add other types of social accounts. Visit the home page, click “Add Profiles & Blogs”, select “LinkedIn”, and then select your company page. Simple.



Publishing and Scheduling to LinkedIn Company Pages

You don’t need to change your workflow at all. Use Crosspost as usual, and when you select your publishing targets, you’ll find your LinkedIn company page listed among them. You can publish immediately or schedule a post for later.¬†You can even do it using the Crosspost Chrome extension so you don’t have to leave the Web page you’re on. How easy is that?





  1. Hello, I recently switched – I thought – from Networked Blogs, to Symphony, which was described to me as similar in cost. Imagine my surprise last month when I was charged for BOTH accounts. I do not want both accounts – only one. Please credit me for the extra billing last month and please do not bill me for both this month. Bob Phillips

    • Bob, based on your description it seems that you might’ve registered for Symphony but didn’t cancel your NetworkedBlogs subscription. Please visit NetworkedBlogs and go to the billing page and downgrade to the free plan and then contact me (either in the chat box on every Symphony page or reply to any of our emails) to get the refund processed.