How you can easily keep your finger on the pulse of the latest LinkedIn news
It’s challenging for most professionals to keep their pulse on what’s happening in relevant news. Active LinkedIn users know something you may not, and that is accessing “Pulse” to get their news.
Engage & Post often to Keep Your Finger On LinkedIns Pulse
You can join the line up of professionals who are already starting their day on LinkedIn to advance their professional network and glean insights to make them great at their jobs. You don’t have to search far for news about the latest changes on LinkedIn – we offer them right here. Read articles from your favorite influencer, comment and share an article to your status update adding your comments as to why you are sharing the article.
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Get the Pulse APP for your mobile device
I think if you are serious about using LinkedIn you will have the APP on your phone. You can also get the PULSE APP and download that to your phone to easily access articles you may want to share with your network. Stayed tuned to our blog. We’ll continually update content for keeping your finger on LinkedIns Pulse
Pulse started out with a bang in 2010 by Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta while they were yet students of Stanford University. The service began first as an iPad app, but in little time expanded to other platforms, including the web. Pulse was met with enthusiasm – and now today is inspiring engineers to go even further with Pulse’s technology. Not too shabby, Pulse quickly raised $9 million with enthusiasts at New Enterprise Associates, Greycroft Partners, and Lerer Ventures.
LinkedIn argues that it is acquiring Pulse because it wants the site to “be the definitive professional publishing platform – where all professionals come to consume content and where publishers come to share their content. ~ techcrunch.com
So now you have the PULSE!