LinkedIn to expand its access

LinkedIn to expand its access
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LinkedIn, which had earlier opened access to it’s publishing platform to a selected set of “Influencers” ( which included editorially selected people like Bill Gates, Barrack Obama and Richard Branson ) has now opened the service to all of its customers.

LinkedIn, which had earlier opened access to it’s publishing platform to a selected set of “Influencers” ( which included editorially selected people like Bill Gates, Barrack Obama and Richard Branson ) has now opened the service to all of its customers.

LinkedIn said on Friday, that it has reached one million posts and is now expanding the access to all the members in English-speaking countries. This means that a total of about 230 million people will have access to the publishing tool now. This is a rather calculated move by LinkedIn, since it has been about a year when it made the announcement of the use of it’s publishing tool by some more users (other than the Influencers). Hence the platform was being used by about 25000 people and had started to roll out to even more people in the U.S.

In this time, users were publishing about 40,000 posts a week sharing their ideas, expertise, experiences and more. With today’s move, you’ll notice an increase in the posts in your feed. The content will have a wider scope related to your interests or of some useful recommendations. The content may be from people or sources that may not be known to you but may just enhance your interest in those areas.

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