LinkedIn might be the "professional" social network, but the temptation was too big, and the platform has now started testing Stories.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new Featured section on profiles, allowing members to showcase the work they are most proud of.
Jeff Weiner is stepping down. After leading the company for 11 years, he will be replaced by Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn's current head of product.
Welcome to this week's top social media stories: Microsoft launched a new Internet browser, Facebook won't bring more ads to WhatsApp and Spotify introduced Stories.
LinkedIn announced three new features in Pages, including Invite to follow, LinkedIn Live integration and new posting options.
LinkedIn announced the 2019 Best of Pages winners, highlighting organizations that are doing creative and innovative things to distinguish their brands.
LinkedIn announced two new settings allowing members to input all languages they understand, as well as define which language they want their content translated to.
LinkedIn has announced a set of guiding principles laid out to ensure its employees make the best decisions to protect members and maintain their trust.
After bringing reactions to group boards last month, Pinterest is now testing reactions on videos as well.
After announcing it around a year ago, LinkedIn is finally launching LinkedIn Events for members around the world.
LinkedIn has announced three updates to help you better tap into the power of your organization's employees.
LinkedIn is accepting nominations for its annual Best of LinkedIn Pages award. You have until October 31 to enter.
LinkedIn is bringing a few more sophisticated audience, targeting, and reporting features to Campaign Manager.
LinkedIn has announced the rollout of a new Skill Assessments feature that allows you to validate your skills and showcase your proficiency in them.
If you've access to the LinkedIn Live beta, here are some great ways to use the feature as part of your content strategy.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature that allows freelancing professionals and small businesses to feature their services on their profile.
LinkedIn has announced new tools meant to help job seekers "crush" that next interview.
LinkedIn has been around since 2003, and since then a lot has changed. While the company has built many revenue streams, advertising is definitely one of its fastest growing ones.