LinkedIn Shuts Down Events App



What to Do Now?

If LinkedIn is an important part of your social media tactics not everything is lost. You can still leverage on one-to-one introductions and LinkedIn Ads.

The company suggests to use the sharing features, but to heavy Events App users that may come as an insult.

Unfortunately LinkedIn let go a pretty unique service due to the audience it managed to captivate. Therefore finding a real alternative may be difficult.

In fact publishing a high profile conference on Facebook or Google+ may make it look like a sweet sixteen party. The cited platforms do not offer a business events solution and are quite focussed on pictures rather than offering proper event marketing tools.
Read more at http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/linkedin-shuts-events-app/#3XJbpqFQ2zqJI8Yp.99

What to Do Now?

If LinkedIn is an important part of your social media tactics not everything is lost. You can still leverage on one-to-one introductions and LinkedIn Ads.

The company suggests to use the sharing features, but to heavy Events App users that may come as an insult.

Unfortunately LinkedIn let go a pretty unique service due to the audience it managed to captivate. Therefore finding a real alternative may be difficult.

In fact publishing a high profile conference on Facebook or Google+ may make it look like a sweet sixteen party. The cited platforms do not offer a business events solution and are quite focussed on pictures rather than offering proper event marketing tools.
Read more at http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/linkedin-shuts-events-app/#3XJbpqFQ2zqJI8Yp.99

LinkedIn Shuts Down Events App.

What to Do Now?

If LinkedIn is an important part of your social media tactics not everything is lost. You can still leverage on one-to-one introductions and LinkedIn Ads.

The company suggests to use the sharing features, but to heavy Events App users that may come as an insult.

Unfortunately LinkedIn let go a pretty unique service due to the audience it managed to captivate. Therefore finding a real alternative may be difficult.

In fact publishing a high profile conference on Facebook or Google+ may make it look like a sweet sixteen party. The cited platforms do not offer a business events solution and are quite focussed on pictures rather than offering proper event marketing tools.
Read more at http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/linkedin-shuts-events-app/#3XJbpqFQ2zqJI8Yp.99

What to Do Now?

If LinkedIn is an important part of your social media tactics not everything is lost. You can still leverage on one-to-one introductions and LinkedIn Ads. The company suggests to use the sharing features, but to heavy Events App users that may come as an insult.

Unfortunately LinkedIn let go a pretty unique service due to the audience it managed to captivate. Therefore finding a real alternative may be difficult. In fact publishing a high profile conference on Facebook or Google+ may make it look like a sweet sixteen party. The cited platforms do not offer a business events solution and are quite focussed on pictures rather than offering proper event marketing tools.

Read more at http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/linkedin-shuts-events-app/#3XJbpqFQ2zqJI8Yp.99

What to Do Now?

If LinkedIn is an important part of your social media tactics not everything is lost. You can still leverage on one-to-one introductions and LinkedIn Ads.

The company suggests to use the sharing features, but to heavy Events App users that may come as an insult.

Unfortunately LinkedIn let go a pretty unique service due to the audience it managed to captivate. Therefore finding a real alternative may be difficult.

In fact publishing a high profile conference on Facebook or Google+ may make it look like a sweet sixteen party. The cited platforms do not offer a business events solution and are quite focussed on pictures rather than offering proper event marketing tools.
Read more at http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/linkedin-shuts-events-app/#3XJbpqFQ2zqJI8Yp.99

What to Do Now?

If LinkedIn is an important part of your social media tactics not everything is lost. You can still leverage on one-to-one introductions and LinkedIn Ads.

The company suggests to use the sharing features, but to heavy Events App users that may come as an insult.

Unfortunately LinkedIn let go a pretty unique service due to the audience it managed to captivate. Therefore finding a real alternative may be difficult.

In fact publishing a high profile conference on Facebook or Google+ may make it look like a sweet sixteen party. The cited platforms do not offer a business events solution and are quite focussed on pictures rather than offering proper event marketing tools.
Read more at http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/linkedin-shuts-events-app/#3XJbpqFQ2zqJI8Yp.99