LinkedIn now supports Portuguese, as the pro-social network targets the more than 1 million Brazilian members who have started more than 8,000 LinkedIn groups.
Besides English and Portuguese, LinkedIn supports French, German and Spanish. The site currently has operations in the U.S., U.K., Australia, India and the Netherlands.
In other news, LinkedIn recently tapped Skip B
Everybody's doing the social networking thing, because...everybody's doing it. From Current Super News, courtesy of Huffington Post, via Network Hippo, a skeptical and humorous look at LinkedIn: it's like joining arms in the desert waiting for a headhunter.
Twitter and LinkedIn announced a deal that lets users link their accounts on both services so they can tweet LinkedIn status updates and have their tweets sent to LinkedIn connections.
At first blush, you might ask why. I know I did.
Then I got to thinking how I use Twitter. I don't tweet to tell you how many Carolina wrens are feasting from the bird feeder out in my breezeway. (<
Not only is LinkedIn a must-be place for media executives who want to grow their business network, but it's also a good example of how to make money and grow traffic through social media. Clearly, a social network focused on business has a massive audience when done well. LinkedIn just rep
A new job site has raised another $1 million, bringing its total to $3 million. Koda.us calls itself a “social recruitment service” that will bring together social networking and job recruiting. The idea is to be “more professional than Facebook but more personal than LinkedIn”.
From the site: “The best organizations want to hire individuals who not only