HiHello Tackles the Professional Networking Problem: What to Do With All Those Business Cards?

Recently, I’ve begun doing a bit of KonMari’ing in my home and eventually it led me to several boxes unnecessarily taking up space. In them were hundreds of business cards that have accrued over the years. Parsing through them, filtering out outdated cards, and trying to remember where I met people, I wished for a… Continue reading HiHello Tackles the Professional Networking Problem: What to Do With All Those Business Cards?

LinkedIn Goes Live

If you looked at the video space earlier than 2017, LinkedIn would not have been associated with it. The Microsoft-owned professional social network hadn’t really dipped its toes into the media, essentially surrendering opportunities to the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and of course, YouTube. Fast-forward to today and LinkedIn is rolling out its latest feature… Continue reading LinkedIn Goes Live

LinkedIn To Place Larger Focus on Groups, Shutters Standalone App

LinkedIn has long allowed members to create groups on the professional social network, but most of the time the content seemed spammy and more promotional versus educational and insightful. People didn’t have a great opinion about the feature. In 2015, LinkedIn re-imagined things and released a standalone Groups app on iOS and introduced new practices… Continue reading LinkedIn To Place Larger Focus on Groups, Shutters Standalone App

LinkedIn Eyes Being Next Bloomberg With Original Video Content

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that everyone is getting into video. More publications are transitioning (ahem, pivoting) to video, while Facebook and Twitter have long supported this media. LinkedIn became one of the last social networks and services to embrace video, but appears to be moving fast to integrate the technology. Last week, CEO Jeff Weiner… Continue reading LinkedIn Eyes Being Next Bloomberg With Original Video Content