LinkedIn has announced that they're expanding their freelance job tool "ProFinder" to all US users.
Last week, executive recruiter Bruce Hurwitz dropped in from 1973 to offer some real talk to the networkers of LinkedIn: If you’re a woman interviewing for a job, “Lose the rock!” You heard the man, gals: If you’re engaged to be married,...Show More Summary
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Today in "Sexist man has sexist answer to sexism in the workplace," recruiter Bruce Hurwitz has all the answers. According to Hurwitz's now-viral LinkedIn post, "When interviewing for a job, lose the ring!", ladies should take off their jewelry because it just makes them seem too damn high maintenance. Show More Summary
Lack of diversity is costing Hollywood money according to Russell Simmons. In a new interview with LinkedIn, the music mogul offered his two cents on how television and film executives’ failure to support diverse projects with diverse...Show More Summary
LinkedIn just announced a massive new expansion of a popular site feature that makes it even easier to win new business on the platform.
A new feature that helps employers find freelancers aims to boost LinkedIn's premium subscriptions. A new feature that helps employers find freelancers aims to boost LinkedIn's premium subscriptions. LinkedIn has created a freelance marketplace. Show More Summary
A few months ago, Microsoft acquired LinkedIn for a whopping $26.2 billion. Today, LinkedIn is expanding its new product, “ProFinder” to all users in the United States. LinkedIn ProFinder allows users to find freelancers and hire them to work on a project. The company has been testing the program via a pilot program since 2015, and now […]
Last Fall, LinkedIn launched a pilot program in an effort to help connect members with independent contractors and freelancers. The company has been pleased with the program’s progress, and today LinkedIn is opening up its latest product — LinkedIn ProFinder — to everyone in the U.S. Through this marketplace, consumers and businesses are connected with those offering […]
Bill Gates, in a recent interview, gets excited about the phrase “nerd farmer” — turning the socially negative into something economically powerful. Via LinkedIn, Bill Gates writes a personal note regarding the future generations. Gates considers himself a proud nerd. Show More Summary
Building a new product is like flying a plane as it’s being built. Building it when nothing like it exists in the market is like flying blind. Two years ago, LinkedIn noticed salespeople were using LinkedIn to source and connect with prospects and customers. Show More Summary
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With more than 450 million members worldwide, LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network–and it’s growing every second. In fact, LinkedIn reports that people are signing up for the platform at a rate of two members per second. For many of us marketers, LinkedIn’s continued growth is no surprise. Not only is LinkedIn the place [...]Show More Summary
We’ve talked a lot here about the do’s and don’ts of job search including LinkedIn profile tips, resume resources, and following-up after a job interview. This question is a new one: Hi Sharlyn. Do you know if there is any advantageShow More Summary
Many argue that the tech world — including IoT — is one big bro-nopoly. Why? Well, maybe because only 5% of all VC funding goes to women-led startups. Embarrassing. In addition, according to LinkedIn’s Talent blog survey, 91% of hardware engineers are men. Show More Summary
As someone who makes a living spending all day on LinkedIn, I recently came to a shocking and somewhat pleasant realization — I almost never notice advertising on the world's largest social media platform for professionals. That's by...Show More Summary
USA TODAY tech reporter Mike Snider looks into Microsoft's $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn and how it might help the company.
LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman says entrepreneurs need to be actively using LinkedIn - and he has a valid point to back this up.