50 Types of LinkedIn Data

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50 Types of LinkedIn Data You Can Get (You’ll Be Surprised)

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As you would already know, LinkedIn is a popular social media platform for professionals and businesses. It has tons and tons of valuable data that can be useful for so many use cases. In fact, many people and businesses use LinkedIn regularly to connect with others in their industry, find job opportunities, and share information about their company.

However, it can be notoriously difficult to get access to LinkedIn data due to their policy of safeguarding the data. This is done to encourage people to use their services and to protect the privacy of their users.

No matter that, in this post, we attempt to list down exhaustively all the 50 available LinkedIn data that you can get your hands on from the platform. Here goes.

All 50 Types of LinkedIn Data

All 50 types of LinkedIn data

Personal Data

  1. First and last name: This is displayed at the top of the LinkedIn profile and is used to identify the user on the platform.

  2. Personal email: This is used for communication with LinkedIn and for logging into the account. It is not visible on the public profile.

  3. Work email: If shared, this can be displayed on the LinkedIn profile and used for professional communication.

  4. Personal phone number: If shared, it’ll be displayed on the members’ LinkedIn profiles.

  5. Work experience history: This includes past and current jobs, job titles, and job descriptions and is used to showcase professional experience and skills to others on LinkedIn.

  6. Education history: This includes schools attended, degrees earned, and relevant coursework and can be used to demonstrate education and skills to others on LinkedIn.

  7. Profile picture: This is a visual representation of the user on LinkedIn and can be seen by other users on the platform. It is recommended to use a professional headshot for this.

  8. Current occupation: This includes the current job title and employer and is displayed at the top of the LinkedIn profile. It can be used to show others what the user does professionally.

  9. Location (country, state, city): This can be displayed on the LinkedIn profile and is used to help others understand where the user is based.

  10. Languages: If the user speaks any languages in addition to their native language, they can list them on their LinkedIn profile to showcase language skills to others on the platform.

  11. Accomplishments: This section of a LinkedIn profile can include awards, publications, patents, and other notable achievements in a professional career.

  12. License & certification: Professional licenses or certifications can be listed on a LinkedIn profile to demonstrate qualifications and expertise.

  13. Skills: Technical skills and soft skills can be listed on a LinkedIn profile to show areas of expertise and how they may be able to contribute to a team or project.

  14. Volunteering experience: Volunteering time or skills to a cause or organization can be included on a LinkedIn profile to show dedication to giving back and passion for making a positive impact.

  15. Gender: Gender can be included on a LinkedIn profile, although it is not a required field.

  16. Birth date: Birth date can be included on a LinkedIn profile, although it is not a required field.

  17. Social media profiles: Links to other social media profiles, such as Twitter, GitHub, and Facebook, can be included on a LinkedIn profile to give others a more complete understanding of the user's online presence and activity.

  18. Connections & followers: The LinkedIn profile will show how many connections the user has on the platform and how many people are following them. This can demonstrate the user's professional network and reach.

  19. Posting activities: The LinkedIn profile will show the user's recent posts and updates, including any content they have shared or commented on. This can give others an idea of the user's professional interests and activities.

  20. Content interaction & engagement: The LinkedIn profile will show the level of engagement the user's content has received, including likes, comments, and shares. This can demonstrate the popularity and impact of the user's content.

  21. Interests & groups followed: The user's interests and LinkedIn groups they are a member of can be listed on their profile, which can give others an idea of their professional and personal interests.

    Company Data

  22. Company name: The official name of the company as it appears on LinkedIn.

  23. Company profile picture: A visual representation of the company on LinkedIn that is visible to other users on the platform.

  24. Website: The company's website.

  25. Company size: Information about the company's size, such as the number of employees.

  26. Funding data: Information about the company's funding, such as the amount of funding received and the investors involved.

  27. Stock info: If the company is publicly traded, information about its stock, such as the current stock price and market performance.

  28. Acquisitions: If the company has made any acquisitions, information about these acquisitions.

  29. HQ addresses: The company's headquarters address.

  30. Industry type: Information about the company's industry.

  31. Specialties: The company's areas of expertise and specialty.

  32. Year founded: The year the company was founded.

  33. Tagline: The company's tagline or motto.

  34. Employees: The company's current employees and their job titles.

  35. Job Titles & Functions: The company's job titles and the functions or responsibilities associated with them.

  36. Posts, content, activities, events: The company's recent posts, content, activities, and events to give others an idea of its professional interests and activities.

  37. Similar companies: Other companies with similar products, services, or industries.

  38. Categories: The company's listing under various categories on LinkedIn to help others find it and understand its focus.

    Jobs Data

  39. Open jobs: The number of currently available positions.

  40. Job seekers: The LinkedIn members who are currently open to work, or open to exploring

  41. Job titles: The titles of the available positions.

  42. Job descriptions: The descriptions of the responsibilities and requirements for the available positions.

  43. Location: The location where the positions are based.

  44. Industry: The industry in which the company operates and the available positions are related to.

  45. Employment type: The type of employment being offered, such as full-time or part-time.

  46. Job functions: The functions or responsibilities associated with the available positions.

  47. Total applicants: The total number of applicants who have applied.

    Groups Data

  48. Groups on LinkedIn: A LinkedIn group is a community of users who share a common professional interest or industry. Users can join multiple groups on the platform.

  49. Members: The number of members in a LinkedIn group.

  50. Members interactions & engagements: The level of engagement and interaction among the members of a LinkedIn group, including likes, comments, and shares on posts and discussions. This can give an idea of the activity level and popularity of the group.

One Way You Can Still Get This Trove of LinkedIn Data Easily

Using Proxycurl to get these data easily

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