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LinkedIn does not allow multiple clickable links within a single post. Generally, LinkedIn posts only allow for one clickable link to be included in the body of the post or in the comment section.

However, there are a few alternatives you can consider if you need to include multiple links in your LinkedIn post:

1. Use the Link in Your Profile: Include one primary link in the body of your post and direct users to click the link in your LinkedIn profile for additional information or resources. Update your profile's "Website" section to include the relevant URLs you want to share.

2. Utilize Link Shortening Services: If you have multiple links to share, you can use link shortening services like Bitly or TinyURL to create a single shortened link that redirects to a webpage where all the desired links are listed.

3. Add Links as Text: Instead of making the links clickable, you can simply mention them in your post as text. Users can then copy and paste the URLs into their web browsers to access the desired content.

Remember to clearly explain in your post that the links are not clickable and provide instructions for users to follow. Additionally, make sure to comply with LinkedIn's posting guidelines and policies when including links in your posts.

It's always a good idea to stay updated with LinkedIn's latest features and policies, as they may introduce changes that allow for multiple clickable links in the future.


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LinkedIn does not support adding multiple clickable links within a single LinkedIn post. Typically, a LinkedIn post allows for only one clickable link in the body of the post. However, you can include additional links in the text of your post, but they won't be clickable. Users will need to manually copy and paste the links into their browser to access them.

It's important to note that LinkedIn's features and policies may have evolved since my last update. To get the most accurate and up-to-date information, I recommend referring to LinkedIn's official documentation or reaching out to their support for the latest details on adding multiple links in a LinkedIn post.