LinkedIn added analytic support to Company Pages Wednesday, giving businesses the opportunity to track how content shared on LinkedIn performs.
Starting Wednesday companies can use analytics to find out which of their LinkedIn posts are driving the most engagement, get a detailed demographic of their followers and compare the growth of their brand against similar brands using the site.
Analytics can be accessed from a tab at the top of your company page, and can be filtered by date and time period to show the more relevant details for you. Read more…More about Linkedin, Analytics, Business, and Apps Software
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Not a day goes by when our inboxes aren’t spammed by people wanting to sell us fake Twitter users. Turns out, there’s a good reason. It’s insanely profitable.
James Clegg, who operates a fairly large-scale fake follower business, raked in $128,000 in profits in the last 10 months, reports PC World’s Christopher Null.
He’s done so well in this business, he quit his day job as an accountant, he told Null.
Clegg offered the inside skinny on his operations:
He runs 13 follower-sales websites, he says. He needs many websites because Google dislikes the fake-follower business. So… Continue reading