With more than 380 million total LinkedIn members, it’s difficult to find the most relevant people in IT to follow. These nine individuals are among the most active and respected users in the technology industry, according to LinkedIn, and they're all worth a follow.
Jessica's Alba's startup company just got more funding and is now worth $1.7 billion. Uber was recently valued at $51 billion -- the largest valuation for a private company in the world. Airbnb is allegedly worth $25 billion.
By using information about LinkedIn's working professionals and businesses to link employees to the right online courses, the social media giant and Lynda.com are bidding to help solve problems that have made it tough for employers to fill jobs -- in a way that e-learning and employment experts say hasn't been done before.
About the Author: Greg Davis is the North American Director of Sales for LinkedIn’s Sales Solutions – Financial Services. His passions are for people, culture, and customers, and he appreciates the deep relationships the last 20 years in sales have allowed him
LinkedIn-savvy networkers might feel like their profiles are already polished, but there’s always room for improvement. These three tips, from LinkedIn’s resident career expert, can help even the savviest users take their profiles to the next level.
LinkedIn has launched a new standalone iOS app named LinkedIn Lookup which aims to help users know their co-workers better, either who work in the same organisation or users with a specific set of responsibilities and skills.
It’s not everyday that professionals decide to leave their country to pursue a new opportunity, but understanding more about those that do can tell us a lot about the health and vibrancy of our increasingly global economy. By analyzing the changes LinkedIn members made to their profiles in 2014, we
The Social Selling Index (SSI) has been an important tool for sales professionals who want to go beyond social selling activities and measure how those individual efforts add up. We know that social selling is a vital component of success
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