That's not what I see. If that's what you're getting in LinkedIn, you've got a serious problem with your connection list. You've probably been connecting with all kinds of nut cases. Be very discriminating in who you connect with. I have 3,000 connections but would have 30,000 if I didn't delete 9 out of 10 connection requests. Don't connect with people simply to build your list of connections. And be ruthless in deleting those who post Facebook type nonsense or who have some automated system to make regular posts of inspirational quotes. You need to seriously work on improving your feed! And you do that by deleting the people who are corrupting it. Have no mercy with them. They are the worst people. I don't accept such connection requests. These are generally sales people or "business development executives" who are collecting connections so they can get your email address and pitch whatever junk they happen to be selling, or add you to their email list. They sometimes pretend to be interested in me. "I'd like to arrange a chat so I can learn more about your business". They are lying b*stards. If they wanted to learn about me they'd have read my profile (and they'd have known that my target customers are the owners of large businesses). Their only real interest in you is in selling you stuff. Would you buy from a sales person who is a demonstrated liar? Delete them. Oh, one more thing, about that video you mention. I know, I know, everyone says "use video", but it depends on your audience. It seems to be the smart thing to say. For every platform. Use video! I'll add a word of caution. Busy executives don't have much time for watching. They want to browse and move on! The FB type bored mums will watch videos. Be aware that not everybody has the patience or time to watch your videos! I certainly don't.