Linkedin Makes Changes To Social Media Platform

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Within the next couple of weeks big changes will be occurring in the world of LinkedIn. LinkedIn has made changes to the appearance and functionality of their platform. They have unveiled a more modern design and a cleaned-up update stream. LinkedIn will also be adding a stronger link to the site’s Newsfeed.

This will make things easier for adding new people, and a way to check on what others you are connected to are doing. These changes look to aim for making the site much more social, and with that social activity focused on staying at LinkedIn rather than going elsewhere with your time.

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