Aug 31, 2013

LinkedIn Group Changes: 5 Changes To The Look Of LinkedIn Groups
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | LinkedIn

Are you in any fantastic LinkedIn Groups? I am looking for a few good ones to participate in. I just found this piece from Top Dog Social Media written by Melonie Dodaro on some very recent changes to groups on LinkedIn. You can follow her on Twitter @meloniedodaro. By all means if you have a couple great groups you are in that you can recommend, by all means please do. Read the article and check out these five changes. If the groups on LinkedIn are anywhere near as productive as some of the communities on Google Plus, then we really need to get with the program.

LinkedIn Groups are one the networks most popular features. There are more that 2 million Groups around every imaginable topic — from business groups, local groups, niche specific, to social media marketing. These groups have become a great place for members to exchange ideas and share knowledge and ideas.

Over the last year LinkedIn has been making major changes to the platform with the most recent changes to LinkedIn Groups. The recent changes to LinkedIn Groups align it closer in look and feel like the rest of the site, giving it a clean and fresh look.

While much of the layout and navigation has changed, some things have remained the same.

Below are five of the biggest changes to LinkedIn Groups.

Read The Rest Of Melonie’s article here;

via LinkedIn Group Changes: 5 Changes To The Look Of LinkedIn Groups.

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