Updates Coming Soon for LinkedIn UsersShaun KehrbergBlogger ExtraordinaireSimply Measured
LinkedIn announced earlier this year that they’re making some significant changes to their partner program next month. While these changes will restrict access to some LinkedIn data, the new structure also provides a more stable data source for in-depth analytics.
We first introduced LinkedIn Analytics way back in 2013 when LinkedIn was just establishing itself as one of the most important social networks for business users. Now we are excited to announce that Simply Measured is bringing our LinkedIn reporting out of Beta testing and into primetime. Next month we will release two recently overhauled reports, here’s a sneak peak:
LinkedIn Company Analysis
We’ve made significant improvements over our current LinkedIn company report including new data, features, and a refreshed design.
Cross-Channel Social Performance Report
LinkedIn data can also now be included in cross-channel reporting.
Stay tuned for more details on LinkedIn and both of these exciting new reports.
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