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Check out this LinkedIn Statistics video about LinkedIn and it’s potential! Please share it with your friends and leave your comments below.

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Nate Kievman

Nathan Kievman is a highly sought after Digital Strategist, bringing a no nonsense business approach to digital and social strategies. His company, Linked Strategies is a consulting firm that specializes in measurable LinkedIn Client & Talent Acquisition Campaigns, helping companies from around the world find the fastest path to their target market today through services, training and technologies. Having helped his clients generate more than $100 million in new deals through LinkedIn, his company specializes in using LinkedIn and Socially Verified Email strategies to deliver their clients a steady stream of highly targeted and pre-qualified appointments with top executives, CEOs, VPs, thought leaders and other key decision makers who are typically hard to reach. Serving more than 250 clients over the past several years, Linked Strategies has helped its clients generate thousands of inbound appointments with entrepreneurs, business owners, and executives from startups to large companies such as Sony, Adobe, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Apple, Ogilvy, SAP, Cicso, HP, LinkedIn, Verizon, Facebook, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and thousands of others. The bottom line… Linked Strategies provides you access to either a highly targeted few, or up to thousands of new prospects, high caliber talent, investor relationships or media opportunities in as little as 30 to 60 days, guaranteed. For a free assessment and Target Market Analysis to determine if working together would be a fit, contact us at inquiry@linkedstrategies.com.

 

17 Responses to “LinkedIn Statistics”

  • Joy Soll says:

    The fast version was too fast to really get the information. Slower version worked better for me. Also- it is a bit shocking how Linkedin is primariy white people. I hope you are addressing this...as most people in the world are not caucasian.

  • Terry Weber says:

    Well done! It "fills the gap" for me. Networking is essential these days.

  • Nate says:

    Well we aren't LinkedIn Corporate, not much I can do about the race balance. It will naturally mirror the world though over time.

  • Nate says:

    Thanks @Terry

  • Linky says:

    Hi, good and interesting facts. The music is a bit loud, but video is useful and I'm sharing! Thanks

  • Elizabeth says:

    Nate, I liked the slower version better, too. I was surprised to learn that most LinkedIn members have a household income of $0-$50K, but 49% have a college-level education. I thought it was interesting that the percentage of female to male LinkedIn members was so close, and that there are more men. Although there are more male members, I wonder if women are more active?

  • A few quick thoughts: * Too fast to absorb * Many of the "facts" leave me with the "so what" question; the video does not *teach* me anything I can use * Since this is a professional networking platform, why all this emphasis on the personal stats of members (such as income, race, etc.)? These kinds of #s are important if I see LI as the target of the "C" side of a B2C, but it's not. * I'd rather have a bunch of stats on various ways in which LI membership gets clustered by vertical, niche, domain, geography, edu background, title, etc. Hope this makes sense.

  • Hi Nathan, First class information as usual. Powerful and informative. I'm sharing it and motivated. Thanks for your first rate work. Its always appreciated.

  • Good video Nathan. Maybe just a tad fast. And I agree with Sergiu that although some of the personal info is interesting, it's not really the most useful from an LI networking standpoint. I wonder if you can somehow "get behind" the common stats? Also, small typo on slide about people using it to "keep up on trends". The "up" is missing.

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  • It is good to see that people under 35 age do constitute nearly half of the total browsers. I'm in linkedin the day i came to know about it years back. I'm enjoying and also enlightening. Thru the knowledge i'm gaining, i'm enriching myself. Thanks for the effort from your side.

  • Hi Nate, I tried to find where you can analyze keywords like you did in your demo. I cannot find the place. I looked under people recently viewing my profile and network statistics. How do I get to what you showed in the demo?

  • Great video. Pitch and content just right. I enjoyed the pace and the beat, maybe thats the Irish in me. You've got the slow version so well thought out.

  • Nate says:

    I believe you need a paid account Dr. Phil

  • Donna Galan says:

    Nate - I've been following this group for a couple of years and often suggest it as a resource to clients new to the job search and marketing their talent via on-line resources. I use it everyday, all day! Love the video content as it does drive the point that this is growing and to embrace social/professional media..... but the music, in my opinion detracts from the video -- in fact, I turned the sound down and just watched the video -- that was a better experience! The fast version was VERY fast and gives off more of a frenzied sense. If the viewer wasn't alraedy very familiar with social media sites and Linked In, they could be turned off by the sheer speed.

  • Wilf says:

    Can someone point me in the right direction to find out what the response rates for messages sent through LinkedIn are? Thanks

  • Nate says:

    i know... get this a lot, would love some music suggestions though for the next one!