LinkedIn is without doubt the key social network for business professionals. A few months back 6.5 million members had their passwords compromised and LinkedIn was quick to take action.
In today’s technology driven world you’ll most likely be on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. Throw in Whatsapp, Google Talk and other messaging services and you’ll most likely be busy shifting apps to keep in touch. If you have an iPhone, then you can get hold of SociaLink App.
I love LinkedIn. At the time of this post, I am nearing 1,000 connections there. Unlike generic social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn has managed to maintain its niche of being a business connections site.
In today’s digital world, almost all of us have traces online. e.g.
LinkedIn in the UK has reached yet another major benchmark by crossing the 10 million mark. It represents their third largest market after the US and India. LinkedIn has more than 175 million members currently globally.
Over the past few months LinkedIn has been undergoing major changes in its design. The site has a cleaner interface. Adding people is also easier and you only need to scroll down to load more potential contacts.
By now, most the WWW is abuzz with the security compromise at Linkedin. It is good to note that the team at Linkedin have been quick to respond and have blocked all the compromised accounts requiring you to reset your Linkedin password. Affected users have also been informed by email.