LinkedIn has made a raft of changes over the last few months, including overhauling features such as contacts, interests and profile options.
In addition, the professional social media website has ridded itself of certain older features it felt were no longer working.
The most obvious change is the ‘simplified’ navigation pane, which is just the forefront for a raft of changes to the website, which turned 10 last month. The full version of this article describes the changes in more detail, including:
- Contacts revamped
- LinkedIn Today
- Profile changes
LinkedIn has established itself as the leading social networking site for professionals, and become a key marketing tool. If you haven't really explored the site before the recent enhancements, AccountingWEB has a range of guides and advice on the subject including:
- LinkedIn for accountants
- How to use LinkedIn to promote your business
- Leveraging LinkedIn: 12 tips for success
- LinkedIn: Six common misconceptions
- LinkedIn tag page - articles and Any Answers threads on AccountingWEB
Mark Lee has also recently completed a series of articles explaining different features of LinkedIn for those thinking of starting their own accountancy firm.