Alitalia, Spotify, Quora and Oculus have got new visual identity, while Netflix and Instagram have redesigned their websites. LinkedIn's Pulse app has gone through redesign too.
46% of professionals worldwide think that “work friends are important to their overall happiness” because it generates positive atmosphere.
The effort is rolling out as part of LinkedIn's global campaign, The Picture Yourself, that focuses on success and personal stories of four people who reached big on their professional path.
Honda Australia has launched a personalized, creative LinkedIn-based competition, “A-Team,” to promote the new Accord.
In the spotlight: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Amazon.
The professional network LinkedIn, which has 150 million members worldwide, finally gets an iPad application, which allows users to check the news, keep up-to-date with groups, get business intelligence and insights, links and job offers now from their Apple tablet as well. The company upgraded their iPhone, Android and Mobile Web products last August, and now it was time to provide iPad users with a dedicated app. “Imagine having one place where you can get all the info you need about who you’re meeting with that day, trending and timely news that is impacting your industry, who’s changed jobs and what your coworkers are sharing, liking, and commenting on. We’ve pulled all this for you, all in one place,” says the official LinkedIn blog.
Royal Philips Electronics has just announced the winner of the 2011 Light World Tour,
LinkedIn has become the first privately-held social media company to go public by selling its shares at $45 per unit. Surprisingly, in the first day of trading shares rose as 171 percent and closed at $94.25, more than 109 percent above the initial price. According to www.reuters.com, to date 7.84 million shares have been sold, which puts the company at a valuation of about $4.3 billion.