LinkedIn’s has been rolling out a ton of new features of late to help boost the utility and opportunity of the service. Some of them are live right now, and if you’re a regular contributor on the network, you likely have access already.
Here are five of LinkedIn's new changes which are either already available or coming soon - and how they can be of benefit.
If you stopped reading this post right now and went and Googled your own name, you'll probably see your LinkedIn profile on the first page of results.
Whether you like it or not, people are finding you via LinkedIn.
How's your profile looking? A little dusty?
In my world of selling on LinkedIn, my top strategy is utilizing 1-on-1, personalized marketing. But I currently have over 13,000 connections in my LinkedIn network, which can make remembering how and when I connected to someone a bit difficult.
Good news - LinkedIn recently rolled out a new feature which reminds you of when, exactly, you connected with someone.
LinkedIn has released a heap of updates in recent months – although some were re-introductions of old functionalities which they’d removed. But either way, LinkedIn’s added a wide range of tools and features, many of which have immediate, significant benefits, so it’s important to keep up.
Continuing on this line, last week, LinkedIn added access to their new, post-level audience insights via desktop.
LinkedIn says that some 50% of recruiters find referrals to be the best source for quality hires, while those who are referred for a role are 4X more likely to hear back from the recruiting organization.