LinkedIn seems to be coming out with new features every other week and one of the features that I think a lot of people aren’t making use of is LinkedIn Today. LinkedIn Today provides you with your own customized, professional news page. You can go in and select both categories of news you’re interested in, as well as, the Linkedin Influencers you’d like to follow. If you haven’t taken a look at some of the content produced by Influencers on Linkedin, then now is the time to take a look. There is an incredible amount of excellent articles with insights that you won’t find anywhere else. Linkedin Today also has a very compelling and modern design that makes you want to read, share and comment with a great community. With Linkedin’s new mobile application, you can also keep up with Linkedin news on the go. If you’re someone who already spends a lot of your time on Linkedin or haven’t opened up your profile in a while, this might be the time to do so and check out Linkedin Today.
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Mark Zuckerburg unvieled the new Facebook redesign today and I have to say that I think this is definitely going to breathe new passion into a quickly fading network. Recent stories have suggested that Facebook has finally peaked and started to fall not so much in popularity, but in innovativeness and excitement. One can make the argument that Facebook has made the switch to a utility unlike Myspace and that it’s here to say, but without innovativeness, your looking at the next IBM or Microsoft. The new redesign takes our personal social media and displays it to us with the same elegance and professionalism as the professional news media we consume. Sign up to receive the new design early at https://www.facebook.com/about/newsfeed.
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