Well, it looks like LinkedIn and WordPress are ending their sweet sweet relationship as their WordPress app is being let go tomorrow.
They are rolling this change in with a new look set to be released as well which boasts a more simplified design, deeper insights, and new ways to “connect” and “build” relationships. I’m not a super-fan of LinkedIn but I have one because some of the sites that I’m apart of literally require an account to get in.
But you can still (and perhaps have) drop your WordPress blog content into LinkedIn via Jetpack by connecting the two together in your admin panel:
To be honest, I’m not sure anyone will miss the native WordPress app inside LinkedIn, right?
Here’s the official notice:
On December 11, 2012, you’ll be getting the new LinkedIn profile, which has a simplified design, provides deeper insights, and surfaces new ways to connect and build relationships. You’ll also be one of the first to preview a new way to showcase rich content on your profile — like presentations, videos, documents, and more.
Now there are more ways than ever to tell your professional story on LinkedIn, and we’re excited for you to try them out. As we roll out these changes, we’ll also be streamlining our app offerings, so the following LinkedIn apps will no longer be supported on the homepage or profile as of December 11:
You can find out more about these changes on our Help Center.
We hope you like your new LinkedIn profile!
The LinkedIn Team
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