Following the launches of brand-centric services on sites like Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Google+, social media was the place for businesses to acquire new users and engage their fans. This seemed like an efficient way to get exposure:...Show More Summary
The social media company actually outperformed Wall Street expectations.
Business-oriented social networking company LinkedIn today announced a $71 million non-GAAP profit, or 55 cents per share, on the $712 million in revenue that it brought in during the second quarter of 2015. It’s been a good quarter, financially speaking. Analysts were forecasting $679.8 million in revenue and 30 cents in earnings per share, despite […]
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LinkedIn reported a surprise increase in profit, a sign that the professional network is seeing success as it shifts strategies.
Social media giants just can't seem to catch a break on Wall Street this week. Despite crushing analyst expectations for revenue and earnings, LinkedIn's accompanying surge in stock price proved fleeting on Thursday, and shares stuttered...Show More Summary
LinkedIn's mobile progress and changes to its advertising business will be in focus when the professional social network reports its quarterly results after the market closes Thursday. Here's what you need to know ahead of that.
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You know how you have that “Skills and Endorsements” section on your LinkedIn profile where people can say you’re good at “Synchronized Swimming” or the like and you can choose to display it and show people what you’re the best at? Ever thought it'd be greatto have that same functionality with your friends?
Facebook is quietly testing a new feature that lets users tag friends with a word and phrase that describes their personality or interests. The feature, first spotted by The Verge, is not unlike LinkedIn's capabilities to tag users on...Show More Summary
LinkedIn is an effective social networking site; however, in order for it to be a helpful tool, you need to use it. Unlike traditional networking that usually takes place during special events or business hours with face to face contact, social networking is open 24 hours a day regardless of your location. Networking is networking, […]
While the company could continue to face challenges pertaining to dollar appreciation, macro-economic headwinds in Europe and customer churn in Q2 2015, we believe the top-line growth could have grown more than 27% during the quarter. Show More Summary
More and more companies are sorting out how to reply when consumers publicly slam their strategy shifts.
Windows 10 has landed, Windows updates begone, LinkedIn stops spamming, Twitch tackles trolling, Metal Captcha battles bots, and drone racing takes off. Windows 10 Released & Reviewed Windows 10 has been released, with Microsoft having begun the mammoth task of delivering upgrades to millions of users. Show More Summary
One of LinkedIn’s features is the ability to add tags to your profile. For those unfamiliar, basically what this does is that it lets you create tags to help make searching for you easier. So if you identify yourself as an artist or a designer, you can tag yourself that way so that employers or clients can search for you easily. Show More Summary
Have you ever looked at your Facebook profile page and lamented that the one thing it was missing was — profile tags? You know, like the ones on LinkedIn that purport to list your professional skills so colleagues and potential employers...Show More Summary
The pain of applying for jobs over and again can be unbearable. How many of us scour LinkedIn, Craigslist, Indeed,... The post The Secret Way To Apply For A Thousand Jobs In Twenty Minutes appeared first on Lifehack.
LinkedIn has woken up to the fact that its members might not appreciate being showered in emails every single day The networking site, notorious for aggressively updating you on everything from meaningless endorsements to blog postsShow More Summary
Ordinary consumers aren’t really the customers of social media sites like Facebook and Pinterest: we’re their products, there to have our personal data and preferences sold to advertisers. Still, people will flee a site if they don’t like it, making it important for social media platforms to keep users on the site longer in order to please their real customers. … [More]
Here is my latest article for the LinkedIn “Influencers” series, written for a general audience that might not be as familiar with Lean: How These Credit Card Websites Illustrate Lean Mistake Proofing I hope you enjoy the article, even as a Lean thinker. Please feel free to comment there or below here on the blog. […]