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LinkedIn has released a new look and functionality to give users a enhanced and expanded view of who recently viewed their profile.

Premium LinkedIn members can now see the common keywords that are being used when searching, an analysis of the industry that profile viewers are qualified in, their location and more. Premium users can also filter the search results by time. When coupled with the search data, the information could prove useful for those optimizing their profiles for greater exposure.

Free accounts are still largely the same with the exception of a new redesigned line chart featuring a profiles’ viewing figures in the upper right.

This most recent LinkedIn effort follows two other new feature introductions worthy of note for users of the professional social network; an optional two-step verification through SMS and the ability to share rich media content including photographs, presentations, etc.


LinkedIn has also rolled out numerous improvements to its unified search capabilities, offering up what LinkedIn users hope will be more relevant results.

LinkedIn is no slouch when it comes to the number of searches conducted on its website (over 5.7 billion according to the company). A better search experience, one that pulls content from across the site (and elsewhere) and include better intent detection – which obviously leads to more relevant results – could certainly prove invaluable to users of LinkedIn.

The social network, likely in an effort not to be undone by the likes of Facebook’s Graph Search, is also touting its auto-complete feature which provides a list of search options as members type their search terms. And the more LinkedIn learns (detects) about their “intent” over time, the more relevant auto-complete results will become for users.

There are also a whole host of advanced filters that let members search by location, company and school, and members can even set up automated alerts that send notifications when their saved search results have changed.

The changes to LinkedIn’s search capabilities has evolved over time but this certainly seems to be one of the more aggressive releases. The upgrades should be available to all LinkedIn members over the coming weeks.

Professional social network LinkedIn rolled out numerous improvements to its unified search capabilities, offering up what LinkedIn users hope will be more relevant results.

LinkedIn is no slouch when it comes to the number of searches conducted

on its website (over 5.7 billion according to the company). A better

search experience, one that pulls content from across the site (and

elsewhere) and includes better intent detection – which obviously leads

to more relevant results – could certainly prove invaluable to users of

LinkedIn.

The social network, likely in an effort not to be undone by the likes of

Facebook’s Graph Search, is also touting its auto-complete feature

which provides a list of search options as members type their search

terms. And the more LinkedIn learns (detects) about their “intent” over

time, the more relevant auto-complete results will become for users.

There are also a whole host of advanced filters that let members search

by location, company and school, and members can even set up automated

alerts that send notifications when their saved search results have

changed.

The changes to LinkedIn’s search capabilities has evolved over time but

this certainly seems to be one of the more aggressive releases. The

upgrades should be available to all LinkedIn members over the coming

weeks. – See more at:

http://www.websitemagazine.com/content/blogs/posts/archive/2013/03/26/linkedin-gets-smart-about-unified-search.aspx#sthash.n9rAEEwa.dp

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