Company Pages on LinkedIn allows you to explore companies you're interested in, get the latest company updates and industry news, and learn about new job opportunities.
All you need to get started is a LinkedIn account and a verified email address.
Through an organization's Company Page, you'll receive a high-level summary of the company along with basic information such as specialties, size, website URL, industry, and more.
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If you know that your Linkedin company page is already on Linkedin, it is beneficial to find and gain access to the account that originally verified your business. if you are new and want to know how to create Linkedin company page to grow your business over interent here is the complete information related to Linkedin company page creation.
Note: If you want to recover your Company page you must be admin of the company page of right owner of company page otherwise you won’t be able to regain access it to recover your company page
Contact LinkedIn Customer Service as this is a company page; you must have company email address. Provide all the details in description section with your official email id and request them to make you admin of the page.
To create Linkedin company page follow below steps:
Step1. To get started, go to Interests at the top of your LinkedIn homepage and select Companies from the drop-down menu.
Step2. Click the Create button in the Create a Company Page box on the right of the screen.
Step3. Enter your company’s official name and your work email address.
Step4. Click Continue and then enter your company information.
This is where you can type in an overview and detailed description of your company. Be sure to mention specialties, key products and services and include a sentence or two about what makes your company unique.
Note: Create LinkedIn Showcase Pages for Individual Products
LinkedIn showcase pages are an extension of your company page and can be used to highlight certain brands or product lines. They allow you to customize your messages for different segments of your audience. LinkedIn users can follow showcase pages for topics or products that they’re interested in. This means that the content they see in their news feeds will be more focused and relevant to them, which is likely to result in higher engagement.