When you click to view the stats for a post, you’ll see the number of likes, comments and shares – and that’s how you can find out who’s shared your post. If your post has been shared, there will be a counter with the number of shares shown. Tap this and you’ll see the details of each share.
It’s just as simple to do. Go to the post in question, such as on a Facebook page or friend’s account, then select Share. You’ll see a list of the people who have shared the post. Depending on the person’s privacy settings, you might not see everyone who has shared the post.
In the case of LinkedIn reshares right now, someone may compliment you and you might not know immediately. You’ll know about a reshare if one of three things happens. First, if someone @mentions you in their update, you’ll receive a notification. … And third, you may see them in a weekly LinkedIn publishing digest email.
When you view a LinkedIn post, you see the numbers of “views” and “likes”, but not the number of shares. There used to be a hack to look up the numbers of shares – by opening the posts in an incognito window. That no longer works. However, LinkedIn doesn’t make a secret of the number of shares.
Can you see who views your LinkedIn posts?
This new feature can be reached via Profile > Who’s Viewed Your Profile > Who’s Viewed Your Posts. (Don’t fret if you don’t yet see it in your account. This feature is in a phased roll-out to all users, so it’ll be there at some point.)
Can people see who viewed post on LinkedIn?
Once in the post stats, you can see how many people viewed, liked and shared the post, as well as which LinkedIn users took any of those actions (I’m asking if there is a way to browse incognito as there is on LinkedIn itself, will update when I know).
Unfortunately, regular users can’t see who has shared their Instagram posts. … To see this number, go to your business Instagram page, open one of the posts that you like, and then tap on “View Insights.” As you can see, in post insights, you can check the number of people who shared your photos.
2. Next, click ‘View Insights’ on your Instagram post. If your post was reshared, there will be a number directly underneath the arrow icon. This will tell you exactly how many people reshared your post.
If you’re just sharing in DMs, messages, or other social media pages, they won’t be notified. If you send someone’s post on Instagram, they won’t be able to see that you sent it.
Your posts may be shared with your connections via email depending on their email settings. When you re-share any post, URL, photo, or video on your LinkedIn feed, the commentary from the original poster of that content will be included. Posts from LinkedIn Groups can’t be reshared.
When sharing content from others, make sure to add your perspective to start a conversation — ask questions, mention people you want to hear from and use hashtags so others quickly know what you’re talking about and can discover your post.
What happens when you like someone’s post on LinkedIn?
When you click “Like,” the person who published the post gets a ping on their notifications letting them know that you liked the post. This is a benefit because it gets you noticed by your connection, especially if this person is a prospect, client, colleague, supervisor, or industry influencer.
Why can’t I see who viewed my post on LinkedIn?
If you are publishing long-form content on LinkedIn you can or will soon be able to see (remember, LinkedIn rolls out randomly over time) who is reading your posts. … If you can’t see all of this yet, keep publishing (or start publishing) and you will have access to this information soon.
How do I see my LinkedIn stats?
When viewing this data, keep these points in mind: Post analytics are available for 60 days from creation. A view is measured when someone sees your post on their LinkedIn feed. Article analytics are available for 2 years from creation.