Ask your Average Joe on the street what makes a business successful and you'll likely hear something about making a lot of money. But as a business professional, you know there's a lot more to success than just what gets put in the bank. Even companies that start out comfortably in the black need a lot more than sheer luck to survive. In fact, according to Inc.
The Future of LinkedIn: Connect-ability Where do I see LinkedIn going?
Right now the only way to send messages is directly to a first level connection, through groups, updates and paid InMails. Perhaps LinkedIn will find a different way to monetize its network and allow for more introductions or easier Group communications.
I think they have made a start buying CardMunch. Third Party Apps One of the things I appreciate about LinkedIn is that there are not hundreds of thousands of third party apps to sift through like you have with Facebook and Twitter.
This means less potential for hackers and worms, but it also means less potential usability. Also — It would be great if LinkedIn would allow you to use more than 8 apps at a time. Jeff Weiner So back to the future of LinkedIn. I hope the trend continues that way. Rumor has it he was brought into LinkedIn to take it public, but almost a year later he is still CEO and LinkedIn continues to grow and thrive should be hitting million users any day now.
I just hope he is able to balance gross profits with social and influence profitability. An easier video app would be appreciated You can use Google Presentations and Slideshare to upload video but it's a bit tricky and very buggy. I think its inevitable and I cringe to think about it but there probably needs to be some Facebook interaction.
On the other hand, while you can still add your twitter account to your LinkedIn Profile, they are dropping the Tweets app, so perhaps LinkedIn will avoid becoming embroiled with other social sites. And why oh why did Tweetdeck drop LinkedIn: With the recent changes to Facebook with the Timeline, and the massive appeal of Pinterest, I have a feeling a more visually appealing LinkedIn user profile might be on its way.
A few more pics as long as they are NOT your trip to Cozumel would probably not be amiss. They are definitely moving in that direction with Company Page updates. Our personal profiles need more info then who has viewed us, joined our network and where they are from.
How about the Company Update analytics on our personal updates? How about letting us know WHEN our network is active? How about more statistics about LinkedIn users themselves.
Again — Something I would be willing to pay for 8. Those are just a few things I see happening. Join us at www.
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