10 million Brits are LinkedIN

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LinkedIN, the social network for business and professionals, have announced that they passed the 10 million member milestone in the UK. According to LinkedIN, that means 4 out of 5 British professionals are now users of the service. In 2009, they reported that they had 3 million members.

To celebrate their ten millionth member, LinkedIN have produced this infographic.

And don’t forget that you can join Tamebay’s group on LinkedIN here.

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  1. Nice stats but how many of those 10 million actually use their account on a regular basis? I signed up to it 2 years about and must have logged into it, oh, at least a dozen times. I’d imagine there must be a number of duplicates in that figure as well, not of Facebook proportions but a reasonable figure i’d guess.


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