LinkedIn has acquired the predictive sales and marketing firm Fliptop in an effort to boost development on its own Sales Solution offering. The professional social networking company says that the integration of the team and technology will take several months. Financial terms have not been disclosed. Fliptop was founded in 2010 by Doug Camplejohn and […]
Mashable's latest #BizChats Twitter chat discussed the best ways to optimize your LinkedIn profile See also: How to increase your LinkedIn profile views by 425% Over the course of an hour, @MashBusiness covered an array of questions,...Show More Summary
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey have their own secretive private venture capital firm. It's called ICONIQ Capital, and it just invested in a San Francisco customer services startup called Intercom. Show More Summary
Marketers' Road to the 2016 Olympics from MRY An abridged version of this post was originally published in VentureBeat as "7 New Ways Brands Will Get Attention at the 2016 Olympics," and this version has been published on LinkedIn as well. Show More Summary
Around 11 a.m Wednesday, we learned that Vester Flanagan, the main suspect in the on-air shooting deaths of two Virginia television journalists that morning, was allegedly posting to Twitter as he fled. The Twitter account @bryce_williams7—Flanagan,...Show More Summary
In this final episode about publishing to the Pulse Network, you’ll hear directly from special guest Katie Carroll, Social Media Editor at LinkedIn Pulse. The Missing Link hosts Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia ask Katie the burning questions sent in by audience members. Show More Summary
Famous for being staunchly against embracing the new age of social media, Sir Alex Ferguson has opened an account on social media website LinkedIn. The legendary Manchester United manager has been earning around £2m-a-year as a club ambassador and director since stepping down in 2013. Show More Summary
Selling on LinkedIn: What Goes Wrong? written by John Jantsch read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Mike Montague Despite the awesome power of LinkedIn for B2B lead mining I see very few people using it well. Show More Summary
Larry Kim took LinkedIn’s new ads campaign management tool for a test drive this summer and found that 'overall, the new campaign management tool is much cleaner and more user-friendly'. Read Larry's full review here.
In his wide-ranging address to the Lowy Institute Media Award dinner earlier this month, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson took umbrage with Google, Facebook and LinkedIn, which he termed 'distributionists'. These companies, Thomson argued,...Show More Summary
?In their most recent earnings report, LinkedIn CFO Steve Sordello noted that Sponsored Updates has been one of the company’s strongest performing ad offerings. To capitalize on this, the professional social network has released a new guide to help marketers ‘drive killer ROI’ through Sponsored Updates, with collected knowledge and learnings from hundreds of brands.
Why should you share content on LinkedIn? It connects more than 200 million professionals. And it is where business people go. It’s demographic is older and wealthier than the other networks. Last but not least, it has a visitor-to-lead conversation rate that is 3X that of Facebook and Twitter.
A new LinkedIn study shows that liberal-arts majors can find lots of jobs at tech companies. It isn't even necessary to graduate from a high-prestige college.
LinkedIn has taken another step toward its goal of becoming the primary link between professionals and the knowledge they need for their careers. On Wednesday, LinkedIn introduced a new tool for editing and sharing slides from its SlideShare platform, a collection of about 18 million professionally-related slideshows and videos. Show More Summary
Over three years after its acquisition by LinkedIn, SlideShare this morning is getting deeper integration with the professional social network, a rebranding (now it’s “LinkedIn SlideShare”) and a new tool that allows users to clip out the best slides from presentations and save them to topic-based clipboards. The added feature, simply called “Clipping,” has been… Read More
In 2012, LinkedIn acquired SlideShare to add its online community of documents to its collective knowledge. Today, the professional social networking company is taking things to another level to further integrate SlideShare into the fold: rebranding it and making it easier to share knowledge amongst its 70 million users. Meet LinkedIn SlideShare, the rebranded document […]
LinkedIn is a wonderful resource for career-minded professionals. Here are three things to know as you use LinkedIn: Forget the personal website – LI now has the functionality to richly communicate your personal brand and is highly searchable by recruiters...
Welcome to Curbed's new weekly round-up of architecture and design on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and (god forbid) even LinkedIn. Collected from retweets, intra-office chats, and, well, anything that sent us into a 140-character tizzy, this is what Curbed editors actually...
Few people are capable of teaching themselves how to code from scratch. It’s a grueling task that requires focus, curiosity, and a whole lot of patience. However Steven Foote is proof that teaching yourself to code is indeed possible. Show More Summary