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Share distribution targets represent the categories by which the audience is segmented. For example, the audience may be segmented by industry or geographic region - both are share distribution targets. For each target, share owners may specify values to limit distribution of the share to members matching that target within the category.
- Within each share distribution target, a member is matched if they have any of the target values.
- Across share distribution targets, a member is matched if they have all of the target values.
- Omitting a share distribution target matches members having any value for that category.
Each targeting segment requires a minimum of 300 members in that segment for the POST to be successful. For example, if a share owner wants a share to reach members who have a VP title, there must be a minimum of 300 members who fall into this segment. When testing against LinkedIn's test organizations, however, you only need 1 member per segment:
Ensure Targeting Minimums
organizationalEntityFollowerStatistics API to check if a particular segment meets the 300 follower minimum before attempting to POST an organization share. This API returns follower counts segmented across all relevant facets.