If I like it, you think LinkedIn is the last place you want to spend time online. It is full of spam, vague business themed blog posts, ranging from completely incomprehensible and insight that no one has asked for a strange experience, and UI solutions that seem to be designed for a basement cab feel. This does not even count the objections to the use of some user data. At best, it is social media Dilbert and, in the worst case, social media.
Good News! Now he will start trying to show more videos.
TechCrunch announced on Monday that LinkedIn is launching LinkedIn Live, "giving people and organizations the opportunity to broadcast real-time videos to select groups, or the LinkedIn World Big. "It is intended for content that consumers may not want to watch, but may at some point be obliged to join and stare for professional reasons:
Initial Direct Content LinkedIn expects to broadcast lines with something you may already see in LinkedIn News Channel: The plan includes conferences, product announcements, Q&A and other events led by influencers and mentors, working hours from major technology companies, income calls, graduation and award ceremonies, and more.
… [Launch parters] includes Wirecast, Switcher Studio, Wowza Media Systems, Socialive, and Brandlive. 59007] That's what it might seem like TechCrunch, with impressive comments like "What was the biggest challenge you faced this year?" And "Interesting perspectives …":
TechCrunch said The video was about 17 months old, but Pete Davies, director of product management, said the Live option was "the most requested feature." Video ads are also profitable, and recent releases by its owner, Microsoft, have shown that AdSense is rapidly growing on the LinkedIn platform. TechCrunch pointed out that LinkedIn could also access cash opportunities such as High Quality Video (Conferences, etc.) Or charge companies to broadcast items like Income Statements, although LinkedIn didn't mention whether it was considering these opportunities.
In any case, LinkedIn Live will be launched to allow US users to be selected shortly. Sometime later he will join other recently added features such as Voice Mail and Student Voices, similar to Video Stories. Enjoy