LinkedIn on Tuesday rolled out a new feature that allows companies to target audiences by language preference and geographical location as it seeks to grow and retain members across the world. David Thacker, LinkedIn vice president of products said, “Before we would show you everything the company was saying even if it wasn’t right for your geography or service level.” The professional social media platform will help members with personal page feeds adding filters for geography and job function. Almost 60 percent of LinkedIn’s 300 million members are located outside of the United States and the site is available in 22 different languages including Polish, Korean, Thai and Russian.
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