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How to create ‘share on LinkedIn’ link using just HTML?

in HTML on March 7, 2020

LinkedIn is a powerful platform to share content with your social network. Ensure your content receives the professional audience it deserves using Share on LinkedIn.

Use Share on LinkedIn to get your content in front of an audience of millions of professionals, drive traffic to your site and grow your member base and benefit from having your content shared across multiple professional networks worldwide.

Use this following code to make shareable links: 



<a class="share-linkedin" href="https://www.linkedin.com/shareArticle?mini=true&amp;
   url=[ENTER URl]&amp;
   title=[ENTER TITLE]&amp;
   summary=[ENTER SUMMARY]&amp;
   source=[ENTER SOURCE/NAME OF YOUR WEBSITE]" target="_blank" rel="noopener">
Share on LinkedIn
</a>



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