The campaign, which is now live in the UK, India, and Germany, presents LinkedIn's growing membership as a dinner table conversation, where users can move their respective seat to find the discussions that best suit their interests.
|"For many of us, the last two years of uncertainty have been a period of great reflection and the catalyst to truly identify what it is we really want from our lives [...] Our global research underlines this sentiment, with huge swathes of us spending time reassessing and revaluating our lives and careers - with 67% of people in the UK, 57% in Germany and 82% in India considering a new challenge this year. We are a workforce that's on the move and looking for change."|
It's a good campaign, which underlines the rising activity in the app - though it does seem more suited to, say, Clubhouse instead, which is solely focused on topical discussions.
But LinkedIn has, of course, copied Clubhouse's key features, while the platform is also seeing 'record levels of engagement' according to reportage from parent company Microsoft.
an you imagine a real dinner table discussion inspired by social media apps? The Twitter one would be chaotic, then you'd have your family and friends altogether on the Facebook table, and a bunch of weird folk over at the Reddit end.