LinkedIn has seen a rise in its popularity in the current recession, with millions flocking to the website in hopes of finding a new job.
The company is today launching a feature that users have long been clamoring for: the ability to rearrange their profiles the way the want to. This will allow users to move their strongest points to the top, and their weakest to the bottom. Below the fold, if you will.
LinkedIn has become a hefty tool in the job-seekers box of tricks, and they knows it. The company has made this move specifically to keep its swelling masses of users happy. Content users spend more the site daily, making LinkedIn even more money. As the site has become increasingly ingrained in the minds of both job hunters and hiring companies, LinkedIn is seems determined to make both sites of the equation as powerful as possible.
LinkedIn took the time to make a video explaining the changes:
LinkedIn served over fourteen million unique users from the United States alone in December. As the economy continues to mire, expect that number to rise.
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