Here are a bunch of interesting LinkedIn stats that I was able to dig up. Updated for October 2016.
There is no doubt about it; LinkedIn is a great platform for professional networking. While many businesses view LinkedIn as just a recruitment tool, they are missing all of the sales and marketing good that can come of regular and creative activity on the network
Pinterest announced a number of new initiatives today that aim at attracting more brands to the network. These new features will make managing a business page a bit less of the hassle that it has been thus far.
Here is a quick Facebook hack that anyone can do to remove the second column and make your Facebook timeline looking a bit more like your old profile.
Instagram announced today that they are (finally) rolling out a web presence and giving users profile pages. Up to now, all you have been able to do on Instagram.com is setup profiles and download apps.
Pinterest added a feature today that aims at giving website owners proof that they own the site in their profile.
Here is a super-handy post and infographic that list and show all of the various Facebook image placements and the proper sizes for each.
The social influence measurement tool Klout announced (finally) that they are now including connected Facebook pages in Klout scores. This means that businesses and public figures will now be able to score more than just their Twitter account activity. Here is how you do it…
Twitter updated the look of personal profiles today. You now have the ability to include a “header” image (think Facebook cover) to your profile.
Now, expecting parents can tell the (Facebook) world all at once that they are expecting a little bundle of joy by adding “Expecting a Baby” to their timeline life events.