Oct 17, 2011

LinkedIn’s New Features – a Lot Like Facebook & Twitter with More Opportunities for Marketers
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

Earlier this week I told you how LinkedIn Is About To Up The Ante For Marketers And Brands. Well the changes were announced and as expected the big change was to the “Follow Company” feature that now surely looks a lot like Twitter and Facebook. Let’s say you’re a company. Well not literally, that would be painful but figuratively. You’re a company and you have your obligatory Facebook and Twitter accounts (and you’re waiting on the Google+ to follow suit) and you post status updates, links, articles, photos, etc., to your (hopefully) legion of fans. Meanwhile over on LinkedIn your company profile is fairly bland. You can post job openings and post some “stuff” about your company such as your services. But a status update? No, for that you had to go to Facebook and Twitter. Well not any more…
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