On LinkedIn, videos are shared more often than any other type of content. On average, people spend 3x times longer watching video on LinkedIn. 79% of consumers now agree that video is the easiest way to get to know a brand online.
That same research shows that 74% of consumers can draw a direct connection between watching a video on social media and their purchasing decision-making process. In fact, 46% of consumers said that they’ve made a purchase as a result of watching a brand video on social media, while another 32% have considered doing so.
If you want to view LinkedIn videos offline, you’ll need to save or download the video from LinkedIn. However it’s not as straightforward as you may think, so you’ll need a 3rd party tool to save the video.
Unfortunately you’ll find a lot of these tools that are offered around the internet actually don’t work. Some are full of spam, some are just out-of-date, many you’ll need to pay to upgrade before it will do anything. Some are simply out-of-date, they don’t work any more.
In other words, there is a lot of stuff out there that promises to work but you are still unable to download the LinkedIn video. Until now at least… Fortunately we keep an eye on what works and what doesn’t. You can follow the process below which has helped thousands of people on YouTube successfully download and save LinkedIn videos.
The video above is the most recent step-by-step tutorial on how to download LinkedIn video in MP4 format.
Here’s a video on LinkedIn which has been updated recently showing you exactly how to complete this process and save videos withhout the need for software or apps.
If you are trying to download a video from LinkedIn Learning, this tool will not work. LinkedIn Learning is a paid subscription service so the security is top notch, you’d be making a serious offence by ripping content from a paid service in the membership area. I would advise against saving these videos if you are not supposed to.
That’s it! You’re all set to listen and watch your favorite YouTube videos wherever, and whenever, you want. I hope this was helpful, for more helpful LinkedIn marketing tips check out The Nathanial Bibby Podcast.
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