LinkedIn Reaches Three Million Australian Users

By: Chad Sweely - March 15, 2012

LinkedIn, the world’s social network for finding business professionals is constantly growing with new members (especially for recruiting). Basically, the service is becoming a Facebook for the business world, making it easier for business professionals to network with one another all across the world. Now, the business networking site has reached three million Australian user accounts.

To help celebrate and notify its users of this milestone, LinkedIn has sent an e-mail to all of its Australian users, letting them know that the service has reached three million accounts for their country, along with thanking them for their support and usage of the popular business networking site.

Cliff Rosenberg, Managing Director of LinkedIn for Australia, New Zealand, and South-East Asia addressed the site’s Australian userbase with this e-mail:

The “Continue” link (shown in the e-mail above) directs users to a beta version of the site’s new and easier-to-use “People You May Know” section.

This is a great milestone for the Australian online community, showing that business-related social networking continues to grow strong in the Great South Land.

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Chad SweelyChad Sweely is a contract writer for WebProNews, and previously was the Support Analyst for iEntry. Chad is also interested in classic Doctor Who, social dancing, and web design.

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