Linkedin Passed the 60 Million Users Milestone

Linkedin, the biggest social network for professionals welcomed the user registered with the number 60 million in February this year. The 55 million milestone was passed in the middle of December, 2009 which showed a massive growth of the network in the timetable considered.

Linkedin, the biggest social network for professionals welcomed the user registered with the number 60 million in February this year. The 55 million milestone was passed in the middle of December, 2009 which showed a massive growth of the network in the timetable considered.

If you are a professional in any domain of activity and don’t use this social network you should reconsider and start an account. You can network, exchange info, data and news with professionals having the same interests as you have and even you can grow your business by searching new partners, suppliers and customers.

Also you can join groups of professionals from the same industry as you and share with them on a daily or weekly basis the info you consider relevant.

This social network is also known for the effective HR fulfillment’s. You can post job inquirements to enlarge your stuff or employ people project based. Also if you are an independent contractor you can look for jobs or to offer your services to a worldwide base of potential clients.

The potential is global because I don’t think there is a state in this world without at least a member registered.

The user with the mark 60 million is a dutch person from Groningen Area.

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