Our top stories this week, Facebook may soon be the new LinkedIn and Powa the new PayPal … or Shopify … or both. Check out these and other critical stories potentially impacting your small business in the Small Business Trends weekly news and information roundup. Show More Summary
Only 15 percent of workers share workplace successes on their social media accounts, according to a study from LinkedIn and Wakefield Research. This number includes people who shared accomplishments on personal blogs. Employees muchShow More Summary
Facebook is declaring war on LinkedIn with Facebook at Work. Here’s why LinkedIn investors should be worried.
LinkedIn — the social network for the working world — has been working on launching various tools to increase the usefulness and engagement of its platform to its 300m+ users. Today sees the launch of the latest of these. LinkedIn is...Show More Summary
Just because LinkedIn has the reputation of being the suit and tie of the social media world doesn’t mean it lacks value. A lot of marketers have passed over the site on first glance because they saw it as too stuffy and not as social as it’s cousins, Twitter and Facebook.
LinkedIn profile looking old and stale these days? Here are ten tips for giving your LinkedIn profile a much-needed facelift (no Botox required!). The post 10 Tips For Giving Your LinkedIn Profile A Facelift appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Unless you’re updating the company page, using Facebook at work is frowned upon generally. But a new report suggests that Facebook is planning to invade the workplace with the intent of getting actual work done, not frittering away your day. Show More Summary
Generally speaking, being compared to a person mired in the throes of drug addiction isn ’t an honor you’d put on your LinkedIn profile, but it’s about the highest praise you can get from Patrick Peterson. The Arizona Cardinals cornerback...Show More Summary
Proud of your dozens of LinkedIn endorsements? You're going to look like a right tosser next to Matt Roach and David Lawrie. The creative team at M&C Saatchi in London have secured testimonials from a whole slew of celebrity A-listers—from Cameron Diaz to Gwyneth Paltrow to George Clooney—or so it would appear from the amusing video below. Show More Summary
It’s Friday and time for another online marketing, social media roundup. Let’s get to it. Facebook reminds us to mind our manners Did your co-worker buy you a cup of coffee? Did Aunt Minnie knit you a sweater? Say thanks the modern way with a Facebook “Say Thanks” video card. Choose a Facebook friend, choose […]
With so many on Facebook during office hours, a new enterprise service could prove a strong competitor to the likes of LinkedIn and Salesforce Chatter.
WeWork already has a $1.5 billion valuation and 30 locations. Now, the four-year old company is expanding its large footprint even further with a new social network to rival LinkedIn---except this one might actually be useful. The post New Social Network Is a Lot Like LinkedIn, Only Actually Useful appeared first on WIRED.
I’ve spent most of my career at institutions of higher education, and during that time, I have had the good fortune to work with several incredible students. Former interns are now LinkedIn connections working for television shows, book publishers, major websites, ad agencies, and PR firms, and the list of job titles and employers makes me proud. Show More Summary
Your LinkedIn summary is 2,000 characters of prime real estate. You need to use it wisely if you want to differentiate yourself from other job candidates. The post 3 Things Your LinkedIn Summary MUST Say appeared first on CAREEREALI...
Another chapter closed in the life of BranchOut, the failed startup that attempted to create a “LinkedIn within Facebook” with tens of millions of dollars in venture backing. The company’s assets have been acquired by 1-Page, an HR software company based out of San Francisco but listed on the Australian stock exchange. Based on today’s stock price, 1-Page is paying… Read More
Facebook could soon compete with Microsoft Office, LinkedIn and Google Drive on workplace collaboration tools, according to a company source who was not authorized to speak on the matter.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner discussed what metrics he uses to size up the U.S. job market.
Since Google started the trend earlier this year, nearly every major tech firm has released diversity reports, from LinkedIn to Twitter to Facebook. And the results have all been the same: predominantly male and predominantly white, particularly among technology employees. Show More Summary