LinkedIn is becoming the de facto starting point when searching for partners and evaluating solutions in the B2B world. The social network for professionals isn’t going to replace conferences, exhibitions or personal introductions when it comes to acquiring new customers. But whenever these traditional measures aren’t sufficient or if one
It’s another Monday and time for the Digipave Monday Review. We’ve got some big stories for you this week including news from WeWork, WhatsApp, LinkedIn and Amazon. So here we go:
WeWork is now valued at how much? SoftBank announced last week that it would invest $4.4 billion in WeWork.
As we reported back in July, LinkedIn had been testing native video with a limited number of users. Well today, LinkedIn officially introduced video to all users. According to the statement on LinkedIn’s blog, “if you don’t yet have the ability to post videos, you will soon as we continue
Yes, it is Monday, again. Which means it’s time for the Digipave Monday Review. We’ve got a big story from Facebook that will surely interest our European readers. We have two interesting items from LinkedIn that you’ll want to know about. As well, some “breaking news” from YouTube. Beyond those
In mid-2017, LinkedIn launched a new ad type called Lead Generation Forms. This comes in addition to the existing possibilities which are Sponsored Content (there are different formats of this) and Sponsored InMail. We’ve been using the new tool to generate leads since the day of it launched and have
Uploading native video is a feature well known to social media users. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networking sites have offered this capability for years. Not only can you record and upload video content across these networks, their platforms even offer native live video streaming.
Finally, LinkedIn has decided to