LinkedIn reveals key design changes aimed at streamlining the LinkedIn experience and helping us to more easily discover and discuss the content that matters most.
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LinkedIn is bigger than ever as a business tool. Are you actually making the most of it? Try some of these little-known tricks and tactics. LinkedIn is a powerful social network--not just for making connections, but for sharing content, recruiting talent, and keeping customers in the loop. Show More Summary
Many social networks are often overlooked when talking about website traffic, and many times it’s for completely wrong reasons. I am still often surprised by the traffic I get from different social networks that I never thought would...Show More Summary
Who cares if Yahoo is keeping Tumblr's porn? I get all my porn from LinkedIn.
Recently I was perusing my long list of LinkedIn groups, and I stumbled upon a discussion about what skills people have acquired from volunteering. I was quickly captivated by the stories the group members told. The more I read, the … Continue reading ?
In an effort to increase user engagement, LinkedIn has redesigned its products over the past few months. This time, the company is giving its navigation bar a face-lift. Soon, when LinkedIn users log onto the site, they will see a simplified menu of tabs at the top of the page. Show More Summary
LinkedIn navigation bar gets a new, simple, engaging look.
In order to help your content spread, you have to reduce the friction of sharing. In other words, make it very easy to share via Facebook, LinkedIn Twitter, Pinterest and via email. And no, don’t hide it at the bottom as a tiny button that needs to be expanded to show the real sharing buttons.
LinkedIn Has Definitely Acqui-Hired Maybe, Omar Hamoui’s Polling Startup, Minus Hamoui Himself (TechCrunch) Fresh from closing its purchase of newsreading app Pulse, LinkedIn Corp (NYSE:LNKD) has made another acquisition to dive deeper into the mobile space. Show More Summary
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Your company may not even be taken seriously without a presence on the big four social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. However, simply maintaining social media accounts for your business is not sufficient.
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One of the questions I hear asked most often is the burning issue of how many social media channels a recruiter should use. Should you focus your efforts on just the mainstream offerings of the big networks like LinkedIn and Facebook?...Show More Summary
The most obvious application for LinkedIn is for hunting down new jobs or finding out what your old boss is up to, but it does have other possibilities. One apparent emerging trend: using LinkedIn to research whether new enterprise technology is actually reliable. More »
Following changes to its homepage design, profile layout, and recently a mobile app revamp, LinkedIn is rolling out another new change to its service today – a new navigation bar.... Keep reading ?
Enterprise technology is a $1 trillion market. It's also become a hot focus for startups and investors as new tech ranging from big data to software-defined networking upend the old-school stuff. Before writing checks for projects that may cost their companies tens of thousands up to a million dollars, IT pros will naturally do their homework. Show More Summary
LinkedIn has acquired the social decision-making service Maybe and has shut it down, the company confirmed today. The company called the deal an “acqui-hire,” to bring on four engineers and one designer. Maybe was founded in 2012 byShow More Summary
Fresh from closing its purchase of newsreading app Pulse, LinkedIn has made another acquisition to dive deeper into the mobile space. TechCrunch has found out, and confirmed, that the social network has aqui-hired Maybe, the social polling startup founded by Omar Hamoui -- the man who set up, ran and then sold mobile ad company AdMob to Google for $750 million.