SAN FRANCISCO — LinkedIn unveiled a redesigned version of its website Thursday, which adds new messaging features — including bots — as well as a simplified feed.
The company also introduced a new educational product called LinkedIn Learning and previewed new messaging bots.
The redesigned website is meant to bring LinkedIn's desktop experience more in line with its mobile app. During a press event at LinkedIn's San Francisco office Thursday, Ryan Roslansky, the company's VP of Consumer Product, noted that the current version of LinkedIn's website "feels very disjointed" compared with the more recently-redesigned mobile app.
Many of the best opportunities and conversations on LinkedIn happen around our content: the news, ideas, and perspectives shared by our 450+ million professionals. Today, we’re excited to roll out a new publishing experience, making it even easier for you to reach and engage with your audience on LinkedIn.
Every day, LinkedIn’s more than 450 million members add new connections, update their profiles, and share their professional insights. And employers post jobs, and make hires. Every public action they take on LinkedIn gives us a clearer snapshot of the global workforce, and results in what we call the Economic Graph -- a digital map of the global economy that includes every member of the global workforce and their skills, all open jobs, all employers, and all educational institutions.
Businesses typically use LinkedIn to recruit employees. However, savvy startups convert LinkedIn to a customer acquisition and a churn reduction tool. In particular, one of Rincon Venture Partner’s portfolio companies, SimpleLegal, has had so much success mining LinkedIn for customers that the CEO was initially reluctant for me to name his [...]
Editor’s Note: LinkedIn’s culture sets us apart, defines who we are and shapes what we aspire to be. One way our culture really shines is in our 30 offices in 19 countries around the world. Our new LinkedIn Life blog series will give you a look inside these offices and introduce you to our number one operating priority, our talent, who are working to transform themselves, LinkedIn, and the world.
Earlier this year, we published a list of the 25 most in-demand skills — like mobile development, channel marketing, and economics. As you may have noticed, all of the skills on the list are “hard skills,” or specific skills required to do a job that can be learned.
For years, I got zero results on LinkedIn. Zilch. Nada. A big goose egg.
Today, I get nearly all my clients from LinkedIn. They call – or email – me. In this article, I’m going to show you three unbelievably effective ways to turn LinkedIn into an engine that can power your career to a much greater extent than it is today.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a physician, engineer, artist, consultant, sales executive, or mathematician. Okay, that’s not really true; I’m not sure these tactics will work for mathematicians. But everyone else, move closer.
"You may think of LinkedIn as primarily a site where people upload their digital résumé," the company notes in a new eBook. "But nine billion content impressions per week are delivered in the LinkedIn feed -- more than 15 times the job postings in the feed.
"These stats reveal that LinkedIn has become a destination where professionals consume high-quality content from professional publishers like The Wall Street Journal and The Economist, and even from peers who are sharing content in the feed."
I recently sat down with Matthew Jeffery, VP and Head of Global Sourcing and Employer Branding at SAP to learn more about how they are changing the recruiting statues quo. Specifiaclly, In our interview he shared how they are using things like cartoons and video games to engage their audience and creating new processes to improve candidate experience.
Do you want to work in data? What does this mean? For the last 3 years I was at one of the coolest companies in the data space: LinkedIn! LinkedIn has amazing data assets and they have been at the forefront of data science. I want to share what I see [...]
Recently, LinkedIn announced that it is expanding LinkedIn Pro Finder — its marketplace which connects businesses and freelancers nationwide in the U.S. The company began piloting this platform in October last year and, as the freelance economy witnesses tremendous growth, LinkedIn is now looking to expand this platform. According to [...]
The ability to sell your products and services on LinkedIn is about to get a whole lot easier--and that's good news for everyone involved.
With 420 million members in over 200 countries, and adding two new members every second, LinkedIn is already one of the best places online to locate, engage, and sell your products and services to your ideal clients and customers.
But things are getting even better.
LinkedIn's New Move: ProFinder LinkedIn recently (and quietly) launched its new "ProFinder" service, and it's quickly gaining momentum.
Modeled after popular "freelancer-for-hire" sites such as Fiverr and Upwork, LinkedIn's ProFinder matches customers looking for a specific type of product or service with a qualified professional.
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