LinkedIn usage rate to grow faster than expected all the way to 2023

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Research firm eMarketer reports that LinkedIn is predicted to grow faster than expected. From 62.1M US LinkedIn users this year, it is expected that this figure will grow 4.2% in 2021 to 64.7M users and by 2023 there would've been 68.8M users.

Interestingly, one-third of social network users in the US are LinkedIn users and will pretty much that way for the next few years.

Are you one of those one-third LinkedIn users? And even if you reside outside US, do you actively use LinkedIn? More importantly, do you advertise on LinkedIn? Share us your insights.
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  • Profile picture of the author RuskinF
    Yes, I actively use LinkedIn and no I don't reside in the USA.
    I must affirm that LinkedIn is the best platform to communicate commercial ideas, to build a professional network and to look for employment opportunities.

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  • Profile picture of the author WVolpe3
    How many people here are using LinkedIn for marketing and what kind of products if you are? I am in the top 1% of most connected peeps.
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  • Profile picture of the author mattlaclear
    That's good for LinkedIn, but does that mean we can all expect to get more leads from the platform now?

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  • Profile picture of the author DomMitton
    I have a LinkedIn profile but I rarely use it. I always read how it is good for finding new clients, but I prefer cold emails.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael lyam
    Yes, I am studious on linkedIn. Its a very useful platform for business connections.
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  • Linkedin not that good for SEO. There are better platforms to get great results. Even articles posted on Linkedin rank poor after years. Maybe is great for finding jobs or business partners
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