How to fix LinkedIn's URL too long post error

This "We're sorry, there was a problem with the link you followed." URL error usually happens when the URL is too long. Sometimes you are unable to share posts on LinkedIn's company page because of this error. You may even get a notification saying that the post is successful - but when you check your feed, you will be unable to see the post on the company feed. Sometimes they will show you a link error saying that the URL was too long.

Fixing LinkedIn URL too long post error:

Link Error
We're sorry, there was a problem with the link you followed.

If you are following a link from an email, please be sure the link was not broken by your email client. If the link extends onto multiple lines, you may need to cut and paste each line into the location bar of your browser (beginning with the first line, then second, immediately after each other) until the full and complete link is recreated.
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  1. Try to remove all the extra parameters with the URL. For example - from the URL above, you would remove everything so that the URL is only
  2. Another option if you want to keep all the params like utm_source, utm_medium etc is to use a URL link shortener.