LinkedIn allows subscribers to follow 'thought leaders'
- USA: Thursday, October 04 - 2012 at 08:52
LinkedIn has announced the introduction of a new feature allowing users to follow specific individuals and receive their updates, the LA Times has reported. Users will now be able to subscribe to 150 "influential thought leaders" to receive their posts, the professional networking portal said. Previously, LinkedIn users could get updates from companies and industries, but not individuals unless those individuals approved the connection.
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