LinkedIn tends to score profiles based on engagements and interactions.

These are my hypothesis points of how LinkedIn scores these interactions:

1. You get a zero score if you do not interact and engage.

2. You get a low score if you have internal comment engagements i.e. you react
and reply to comments on your own posts.

3. You get medium score if you get likes on your own comments and replies on
your own post.

4. You get high score if you comment and engage on someone else's post.

5. You get a very high score if your comment on someone else's post gets a lot
of reactions.

Conclusion:

So your post will perform better if you published it after your comment on
someone else's post got a lot of engagement.

What do you think about this? Let's discuss in comments.

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Originally posted by Mo Hassan on LinkedIn
link: linkedin.com/in/mr-muhammad-hassan