Linkedin recently updated their drab design on company pages to a more vivid version, allowing companies to provide additional details on their company beyond a basic summary blurb on capabilities and industry relevance.
In the past, a Linkedin company page was regarded as a placemarker. It was an area in which companies could stake their claim to the world with a 200 word overview, an employee count and a collaborative area to which the page could post the occasional announcement.[Read more]
Posted on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
From the time Twitter uttered those dreaded words to Linkedin — “I want my (API) keys back” — fast forward one month. In its wake, the separation has left the intended higher ad revenues for both, as well as better user engagement for Linkedin.[Read more]
Posted on Thursday, September 6th, 2012