Now, let’s take a look at some of the essential LinkedIn content stats. Meanwhile, 36% of survey participants are members of anywhere between 1 and 9 LinkedIn groups, and 18% are members of between 10 and 19 groups. 15% of the survey’s participants said their group membership ranges from 30 to 49 groups. Finally, it’s fascinating that as much as 16% of LinkedIn’s users are members of 50 to 99 groups. Only 2% of LinkedIn users haven’t joined any LinkedIn group. Staffing and recruiting tops LinkedIn’s list of the most connected industries. LinkedIn members from the venture capital and private equity sector have 423 connections on average, while the third most connected industry is human resources, with 380 connections.
This can include links, and the clicks on these links will be what is tracked and collected within your Dynamics environment. For this example, we will be using our Facebook Page connector, but the process is essentially the same no matter which social profile you are posting to. Choose which social profile this social post will be published to (choose between Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and/or Google+). You can choose multiple profiles on the same social network.
With 71 million LinkedIn users, India is the second-biggest market, followed by China at 52 million. We might note those 40 million ‘mass affluent’ users also (that’s the higher end of the mass market). LinkedIn notes that it users have double the buying power of the average web audience. Other sources claim that 40% of LinkedIn users use the site daily – though we were unable to find the initial source of this stat. Using SimilarWeb data, We Are Social and Hootsuite in October 2019 estimate LinkedIn MAUs at 310 million (47% of members). This is relatively consistent with Boston-based Apptopia’s 2017 estimate of an active LinkedIn user base of around 250 millionin 2017, representing 50% of its 500 million members at the time. CEO Jeff Weiner has big ambitions for LinkedIn’s reach – stating that his goal was to get 3 billion people to sign up.
First, there’s LinkedIn Basic, which LinkedIn makes up the majority of LinkedIn profiles. Then there’s a myriad of LinkedIn Premium options, each of which has different benefits and price points. Is paying for LinkedIn Premium worth it to help you land a job?
LinkedIn may be a great marketing and professional tool for your business, but there may come a time when you want to remove it from the site. If so, you will need to exit the group prior to deleting your account. Once your account is closed, you’ll no longer have access to any of your connections or information. You’ll also lose all of your recommendations and endorsements you’ve gathered on your profile. If you haven’t been able to recover your password or don’t have access to an email address associated with your account, LinkedIn can help by verifying your identity. To do this, LinkedIn uses a technology that processes encrypted scans of your government-issued ID so that LinkedIn can help get you back into your account as quickly and securely as possible.