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Over One Million People Have Posted On LinkedIn

By Chris Crum

July 13, 2015

LinkedIn announced that it has surpassed the one million publishers milestone. It began letting everyone use its publisher platform in February of last year.

The company says over a million unique publishers publish over 130,000 posts a week, and about 45% of readers are in the upper ranks of their industries, such as managers, VPs, and CEOs. The average post now reaches professionals in 21 industries and 9 countries, it says. In a post on the LinkedIn blog, Daniel Roth writes:

We just reached an incredible milestone for the LinkedIn publishing platform: 1 million professionals have now written a post on LinkedIn. They've used the platform to discuss the future of work, the state of their industries, what companies are getting it right and which aren't and how the professional world can be a better place.

Since our earliest prototype, our goal was always to find a way to unlock the incredible insights stuck in the brains and cubicles of professionals like you. We wanted to make it easy for your ideas or lessons — or even [...]

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