LinkedIn, as we all know, is used by professional users. On this platform, you will often find people who are looking for a job or hiring someone to do a job. This is true for any agency, freelancer or a recruiter. However, we see that there is not much that you can do to get yourself listed as a potential job seeker or vice-versa.
However, we now see reports regarding a new Services section on LinkedIn. As we have seen on other platforms, Services section is where people post whatever services they are offering. This shows other users that this user is offering so and so services and can contact him directly to get those services.
We feel that this new feature will benefit freelancers and other users who offer their services to other users. Also, the feature should benefit some medium to smalls-sized companies as well. They can post the services they offer on their company’s LinkedIn profile directly.
This will mean that users don’t have to jump out of LinkedIn to look for any company or freelancer’s website to check out what they have to offer. On the other hand, this might be a clever trick by LinkedIn to reduce bounce rate out of their platform. Also, this will definitely increase the time a user spends on LinkedIn.
As we mentioned earlier, this new Services section is seen just by a select few users as of now. However, there are strong chances that LinkedIn will soon make this section live for everyone around the world.
As you can see from the above tweet, LinkedIn is asking users to “Add services” they offer whether they are freelancers or business owners. There is no word from LinkedIn regarding when this feature will be rolled out to public. However, we expect the company to roll this feature out very soon.
Google confirmed to have suffered a major glitch, it was not an update
Here is what people are searching on YouTube during the pandemic
WordPress removes Astra theme from repository for policy violation
TikTok has 45 days to operate or get out by selling their US business
Google’s John Mueller answers on whether bad reviews hurt rankings
Google Ads now allows leads from YouTube for advertisers
Google says its search quality raters don’t have direct influence on rankings
Business6 months ago
Wix launches Editor X, website maker for designers and web agencies
News1 year ago
Google Search Rankings showing early signs of an algorithm update
Domains5 months ago
8 best domain flipping platforms
Domains6 months ago
Domains with .com extension are going to become expensive soon
Internet Marketing1 year ago
Snapchat’s new ‘Multi-Snap’ feature and New Sticker options seen in testing
News8 months ago
Google announces News Publisher Center and changes to approval of News websites
News1 year ago
DailyMail admits losing 50% traffic after Google June 2019 Core Update
News11 months ago
Google is reportedly still ranking syndicated content over original publishers