Remember the scene where Tom Cruise is walking through a department store and personalized ads track him without his consent? Facebook may be doing something similar --- but in reverse --- with a new option in its Ad Manager product. And it has big possible ramifications for recruitment advertising.
Onploy, an Australian recruitment marketplace that connects pre-screened job seekers with employers, is ruffling feathers in the recruitment industry due to its association with Australian jobs site Seek (ASX: SEK).
Professional networking site LinkedIn is taking another leaf out of Facebook’s playbook, this time introducing a new product called LinkedIn Audience Network. (The professional network recently introduced native video, and last year overhauled its UX to prioritize its news feed, in a similar fashion to Facebook.)
LinkedIn members will now be able to record and upload video to the professional network, and also see when their connections are online a new “active statuses” feature.
LinkedIn, the professional networking site owned by Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), was ordered to stop blocking a San Francisco-based start-up from accessing the public profiles of LinkedIn members by a U.S. federal judge.
The leading German-language business network reports strong growth in b-to-c and b-to-b segments as it profits from the talent shortfall in Germany.
The German startup that provides end-to-end HR software including posting to job boards completed a Series A round.
LinkedIn, the professional network owned by Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), is suing a start-up that developed an algorithm to predict when employees are going to quit their jobs, based on updates they’ve made to their LinkedIn profiles.
Professional networking site LinkedIn will launch a new tool that lets businesses advertising on the LinkedIn platform see who has visited their company pages, so they can tailor marketing campaigns to better target them.
California-headquartered LinkedIn, the network platform for working professionals acquired by Microsoft last year at a valuation of $26.2 billion U.S., rolled out a made-in-India product called LinkedIn Lite.