Every Friday we take time to share the latest and most important news and insights around the professional network in our weekly digest LinkedLetter. The 38th issue brings great news for LinkedIn Pages and hopes for a new service to help freelancers find more opportunities.
This week’s edition of our LinkedLetter starts with the latest LinkedIn Story feature – Swipe-Up Links and the opportunities that come with it. We also highlighted more new additions to the platform – extended page invitations and switching profile’s CTA. New learning courses are available with LinkedIn Marketing Labs – a brand new e-learning platform. Meanwhile, LinkedIn launches its first-ever LinkedIn for Jobs Bootcamp with advice from top business experts.
Some things are better kept away from your LinkedIn Stories and I made a list with 3 of the most alluring deadly sins.
LinkedIn helped a lot to the global workforce rolling out tools, resources and initiatives to help people and companies find new opportunities remotely. The professional network is finishing the year strongly, announcing a new product that will give LinkedIn members a more in depth look on sales and opportunities.
With LinkedIn Stories now available worldwide users are facing the question of what they can do with them, how can they use this new tool to their benefit. To use a tool you need to understand it, so let’s make a quick overview of the feature. Stories are only available through the mobile app. You …