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The 78 best online courses that can give your resume a major boost

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Using LinkedIn Learning data, LinkedIn published some of the top hard skills employers are looking for in 2021, including software development. Cavan Images / Getty Images LinkedIn created a list of the five most in-demand hard skills in the 2021 job market. The skills include software development, project management, data analysis, and more. Below are online classes from LinkedIn Learning, Udemy, Cours...
Tags: Reviews, Python, Codecademy, Education, Trends, Linkedin, Harvard, Online Courses, Michigan, Coursera, Online Learning, edX, E-learning, Online Classes, LinkedIn Learning, Udemy Courses


3 Reasons Marketers Should Take Note of Google’s Newsletter Effort

Google, following in the footsteps of its platform peers Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, has finally entered the newsletter universe, and marketers have taken notice. News broke last week that engineers working at Google's in-house incubator, Area 120, have developed a product called Museletter, which will allow users to create a public-facing Google profile that they...
Tags: Google, Publishing, Media, Advertising, Linkedin, Facebook Twitter


Wall Street lobbies for crypto - Plaid hires chief privacy officer - How to get a job at Goldman

Welcome to Insider Finance. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.On the agenda today:Goldman Sachs just hired a digital-assets expert from Facebook.Plaid hired its first-ever chief privacy officer. Finance-career experts gave us an inside look at how to land a job at Goldman.Let's get started. Goldman Sachs just hired a digital-assets expert from Facebook Reuters / Shannon Stapleton F...
Tags: Washington, US, America, Trends, Linkedin, Getty Images, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Jamie Dimon, Financial Times, WSJ, Brian Moynihan, TPG, Brenner, Todd Sisitsky, Samantha Lee


Hackers Leak LinkedIn 700 Million Data Scrape

A collection containing data about more than 700 million users, believed to have been scraped from LinkedIn, was leaked online this week after hackers previously tried to sell it earlier this year in June. From a report: The collection, obtained by The Record from a source, is currently being shared in private Telegram channels in the form of a torrent file containing approximately 187 GB of archived data. The Record analyzed files from this collection and found the data to be authentic, with da...
Tags: Linkedin, Tech


LinkedIn Marketing Solutions Begins Notifying Customers About Measurement Issues

LinkedIn said Thursday that it discovered and corrected seven technical issues within its ads products that impacted roughly 8% of its LinkedIn Marketing Solutions customers. The issues impacted reporting on the measurement of views for certain video ad campaigns, click counts for campaigns on mobile ad network LinkedIn Audience Network and metrics on some sponsored...
Tags: Advertising, Linkedin, Platforms, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn Audience Network, Social Pro Daily


10 things in tech you need to know today

Greg Sandoval/Business Insider Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Facebook's CTO is stepping down. Mike Schroepfer, Facebook's chief technology officer and one of Mark Zuckerberg's closest confidants, will be taking a role as "senior fellow" within Facebook next year. Everything we know about his depa...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Cook, Instagram, US, America, Newsletter, Trends, Linkedin, Tech, Tesla, Mit


8 entry-level jobs in tech that don't require a STEM degree

Certain STEM related career paths, such as customer success manager, can help you enter the tech industry with little or no experience. Ngampol Thongsai/EyeEm/Getty Images Not all jobs in the tech industry require a STEM background for entry-level candidates. Tech companies also need employees for social media management and customer service positions. Depending on the role, creative and analytical skills can be just as important as technical proficiency. See more stories on Insider's ...
Tags: Opinion, Stem, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Tech, It, Seattle, Nordic, Degree, CSM, Encarnacion, Contributor, The Muse, Tech Insider, Entry-Level Job


Bolt's CEO explains how 5-kilometer walking commutes and sleep hygiene help him ace 12-hour workdays

The Estonian entrepreneur has been running the company for eight years. Bolt The CEO of Uber rival Bolt Markus Villig walks a five-kilometer commute every day. The CEOs of Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Apple also back walking meetings and commutes. Research suggests walking meetings bring people together and that walking supports creativity. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Running a startup is stressful - it can interfere with your health, your family life, and yo...
Tags: Apple, Google, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Stanford, Trends, Linkedin, Jeff Weiner, Harry, Bolt, Sundar Pichai, Inc, Facebook Google, Jeff Raider, University of Hong Kong, LUMINAR


Radiocentre is Backing Brilliant Business in latest campaign

Radiocentre has launched a new drive to promote radio advertising to small and medium-sized enterprises. Backing Brilliant Business, which has its own dedicated hub on Radiocentre’s website, provides guidance, insight and inspiration to help companies utilise the power of radio to grow their business. A new advertising campaign has been launched to support the initiative featuring success stories of businesses across the UK who have used radio to boost search performance and increase awarene...
Tags: UK, Linkedin, Industry, Radio, Moneypenny, SMEs, Radiocentre, Lucy Barrett


Study finds half of Americans get news on social media, but percentage has dropped

A new report from Pew Research finds that around a third of U.S. adults continue to get their news regularly from Facebook, though the exact percentage has slipped from 36% in 2020 to 31% in 2021. This drop reflects an overall slight decline in the number of Americans who say they get their news from any social media platform — a percentage that also fell by 5 percentage points year-over-year, going from 53% in 2020 to a little under 48%, Pew’s study found. By definition, “regularly” here means ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Twitter, News, Media, Instagram, Youtube, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Website, Reading, Snapchat, Software, United States, Computing


SCOTT GALLOWAY: Finance firm Aspiration claims its products 'can change climate change.' FYI: They make debit cards.

Scott Galloway says finance firm Aspiration claims its consumer business will triple in 2021. mixetto/Getty Images Scott Galloway is a bestselling author and professor of marketing at NYU Stern. The following is a recent blog post, republished with permission, that originally ran on his blog, "No Mercy / No Malice." In it, Galloway breaks down the claims of finance firm Aspiration that its products "can change climate change." See more stories on Insider's business page. Note from Sco...
Tags: Elon Musk, Hollywood, Microsoft, White House, China, Elizabeth Warren, US, NFL, Trends, Linkedin, Eu, Paypal, Dave, Delta, Aspiration, Marriott


Web host Epik was warned of a critical website bug weeks before it was hacked

Hackers associated with the hacktivist collective Anonymous say they have leaked gigabytes of data from Epik, a web host and domain registrar that provides services to far-right sites like Gab, Parler and 8chan, which found refuge in Epik after they were booted from mainstream platforms. In a statement attached to a torrent file of the dumped data this week, the group said the 180 gigabytes amounts to a “decade’s worth” of company data, including “all that’s needed to trace actual ownership and ...
Tags: Security, Texas, Linkedin, Tech, Computing, Leo, Cyberwarfare, World Wide Web, Computer Security, Cyberspace, EPIK, Gab, 8chan, Parler, Rob Monster, Robert Monster


Web host Epik was warned of a critical security flaw weeks before it was hacked

Hackers associated with the hacktivist collective Anonymous say they have leaked gigabytes of data from Epik, a web host and domain registrar that provides services to far-right sites like Gab, Parler and 8chan, which found refuge in Epik after they were booted from mainstream platforms. In a statement attached to a torrent file of the dumped data this week, the group said the 180 gigabytes amounts to a “decade’s worth” of company data, including “all that’s needed to trace actual ownership and ...
Tags: Security, Texas, Linkedin, Tech, Computing, Leo, Cyberwarfare, World Wide Web, Computer Security, Cyberspace, EPIK, Gab, 8chan, Parler, Rob Monster, Robert Monster


Confluent CEO Jay Kreps is coming to TC Sessions: SaaS for a fireside chat

As companies process ever-increasing amounts of data, moving it in real time is a huge challenge for organizations. Confluent is a streaming data platform built on top of the open source Apache Kafka project that’s been designed to process massive numbers of events. To discuss this, and more, Confluent CEO and co-founder Jay Kreps will be joining us at TC Sessions: SaaS on Oct 27th for a fireside chat. Data is a big part of the story we are telling at the SaaS event, as it has such a critical ro...
Tags: Google, TC, Confluent, Open Source, Cloud, Uber, Enterprise, Microsoft, Developer, Cloud Computing, Linkedin, Tech, Cisco, Software, Netflix, SaaS


Where to spot TikTok creators in LA: from upscale pasta spots to western-themed steakhouses

Lil Huddy with Charli D'Amelio at Craig's in Los Angeles Rachel Murray / Stringer Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the business of influencers, creators, and social-media platforms. Sign up for the newsletter here.In this week's edition:The top creator hot spots in LA, from sushi bars to gymsHow a college student made thousands as an influencerLinkedIn's new $25 million creator fundWhy some colleges have banned stud...
Tags: Media, Instagram, Entertainment, Youtube, La, Advertising, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, Linkedin, Justin Bieber, Beverly Hills, Ncaa, JP, Usc, Craig


The Org nabs $20M led by Tiger Global to expand its platform based on public organizational charts

LinkedIn normalized the idea of making people’s resume’s visible to anyone who wanted to look at them, and today a startup that’s hoping to do the same for companies and how they are organized and run is announcing some funding. The Org, which wants to build a global, publicly-viewable database of company organizational charts — and then utilize that database as a platform to power a host of other services — has raised $20 million, money that it will be using to hire more people, add on more org...
Tags: TC, Balderton Capital, Linkedin, Tech, Tiger Global, Balderton, Lars Fjeldsoe Nielsen, Rabois, Neeraj Arora, Gavin Baker, Andreas Jarbøl, Wylonis


LinkedIn Commits $25M to Creator Accelerator Program

LinkedIn will invest $25 million in its new LinkedIn Creator Accelerator Program, which is aimed at helping creators on its platform build their audiences and amplify their voices. Up to 100 U.S.-based creators will be chosen to participate in the 10-week incubator-style program, receiving a built-in creator network, coaching, opportunities to be featured on channels...
Tags: Advertising, Linkedin, Platforms, Social Pro Daily


How to Choose a Career that You’ll Love (even if you don’t know what you want to do)

How do most people choose a career? Well…they don’t. They stumble into a job after college, take whatever they can get, then follow one of the few paths available from that random job. No wonder most people are frustrated in their careers. But there actually IS a way to narrow down your potential interests to choose a career that you will love. Ramit Sethi, our founder and career-path guru, has put together a Dream Job system that helps you explore ALL the careers you’re interested i...
Tags: Wikipedia, Marketing, Careers, Linkedin, Job Search, Ramit Sethi, Allen, Job Change, Tommy Keep


Beware the hidden bias behind TikTok resumes

Nagaraj Nadendla Contributor Share on Twitter Nagaraj Nadendla is SVP of development at Oracle Cloud HCM, where he leads the development of cloud recruitment solutions including Oracle Recruiting and Taleo. Social media has served as a launchpad to success almost as long as it has been around. The stories of going viral from a self-produced YouTube video and then securing a record deal established the mythology of social medi...
Tags: Social, Startups, TC, Column, Labor, Opinion, Resume, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Diversity, Recruitment, Glassdoor, Human Resource Management, Social Media Platforms, Tiktok


Practical Steps to Take When Outsourcing Marketing Projects

Marketing is so important if you want your small business to thrive. If the business is already booming, you may not have the time to build the marketing plan your business needs. Not to mention that knowing where to begin can be a challenge. This is why so many savvy small business owners choose to outsource their marketing needs to increase sales. Hiring the pros to help you out can have major results, and you can use these tips from SmallBizDaily to find the talent you need. How Can I Find t...
Tags: Business, Linkedin, Sales & Marketing, Right Now, Courtney Rosenfeld


How to use LinkedIn hashtags and resume keywords to apply for remote work

Just one in 10 companies expects all their staff to return to the office after the pandemic. Manish Rajput/SOPA Images When looking for remote jobs, it's important to tailor your résumé and cover letter accordingly. Highlighting any previous remote work or related soft skills such as Zoom could go a long way. Optimizing your LinkedIn profile and using the relevant hashtags will catch recruiters' attention. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Remote work might ha...
Tags: Google, UK, Resume, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Remote Work, Google Docs, Job Search, Salesforce, CV, Video Conferencing, Nordic, Remote workers


Glassdoor acquires Fishbowl, a semi-anonymous social network and job board, to square up to LinkedIn

While LinkedIn doubles down on creators to bring a more human, less manicured element to its networking platform for professionals, a company that has built a reputation for publishing primarily the more messy and human impressions of work life has made an acquisition that might help it compete better with LinkedIn. Glassdoor, the platform that lets people post anonymous and candid feedback about the organizations they work for, has acquired Fishbowl — an app that gives users an anonymous option...
Tags: Microsoft, San Francisco, Linkedin, Tech, Recruit Holdings, Glassdoor, PitchBook, Scott Belsky, LinkedIn Glassdoor, Matt Sunbulli, Christian Sutherland Wong, Loren Appin, Binary Capital GGV Lerer Hippeau Ventures


About To Job Search? Don’t Overlook These Areas Of Your LinkedIn Profile

Make sure you're fully optimized, robust, and ripe for a legal job search in the digital age.
Tags: Law, Linkedin, Career Advice, In-House Counsel, Wendi Weiner


LinkedIn launches a $25M fund for creators, will test Clubhouse-style audio feature in coming weeks

When LinkedIn first launched Stories format, and later expanded its tools for creators earlier this year, one noticeable detail was that the Microsoft-owned network for professionals hadn’t built any kind of obvious monetization into the program — noticeable, given that creators earn a living on other platforms like Instagram, YouTube and TikTok, and those apps had lured creators, their content, and their audiences in part by paying out. “As we continue to listen to feedback from our members as ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Enterprise, Microsoft, Social Networks, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Snapchat, Software, United States, Stories, Recruitment, Coach, Clubhouse, Social Media Platforms


LinkedIn is launching its own $25M fund and incubator for creators

When LinkedIn first launched Stories format, and later expanded its tools for creators earlier this year, one noticeable detail was that the Microsoft-owned network for professionals hadn’t built any kind of obvious monetization into the program — noticeable, given that creators earn a living on other platforms like Instagram, YouTube and TikTok, and those apps had lured creators, their content, and their audiences in part by paying out. “As we continue to listen to feedback from our members as ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Enterprise, Microsoft, Social Networks, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Snapchat, Software, United States, Stories, Recruitment, Coach, Clubhouse, Social Media Platforms


10 free online courses on diversity, equity, and inclusion to sign up for right now that will make you a better leader

More companies are hiring leaders in diversity, equity, and inclusion. mediaphotos/Getty Images Leaders are reckoning with racial injustice in the workplace. Here are several free online courses you can take on DEI. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have been buzzwords in business for years, with few results. That is, until the summer of 2020 when the killing of George Floyd and a pandemic awoke leaders to massive racial injustic...
Tags: India, Time, US, Trends, Linkedin, University Of Virginia, Black Lives Matter, Servicenow, Purdue, Purdue University, ESSEC, The University of Pennsylvania, Pat Wadors, Greg Urban, Marguerite Ward, George Floyd


5 Post-Pandemic Marketing Ideas for B2B Businesses

Despite the drive to return to normal, our way of life — from the way we shop to the way we do business — seems to have changed permanently as a result of  COVID-19. Thanks to new remote work trends, a boom in e-commerce, and increasingly higher customer experience standards, the impact of the pandemic goes well beyond how we get our daily latte to the solutions we choose for our business.  For B2B business owners, this likely means your target audience is not only showing up online more, but ...
Tags: Google, Business, Linkedin, Sales & Marketing, Right Now, Tampa Bay Florida, Wyzowl, COVID, Pulseender Art Shutterstock, Post Pandemic Marketing Ideas, Jesse Relkin


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TLDR: With Optery Data Broker Removal, you can scrub your information from dozens of online outfits harvesting and publicizing your private personal information. Unless you’re Kylie Jenner or The Rock, Googling yourself pretty much never ends well. For most people, after their Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin profiles, there’s a steady stream of results featuring you from outlets like TruthFinder and InstantCheckmate and Spokeo. As you check out those listings, the anger grows. Who is Intelius an...
Tags: Startups, Linkedin, Offers, Kylie Jenner, Facebook Twitter, Intelius, Truthfinder


We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #553

TikTok overtakes YouTube for average watch time in US and UK According to the latest data from app monitoring firm App Annie, the average time per user spent on TikTok in the UK and the US is higher than on YouTube. The data shows that in the UK, TikTok surpassed YouTube back in June 2020 – and has maintained its lead ever since; while in the US, TikTok emerged on top in April 2021. However, YouTube retains the top spot for overall time spent – not per user – as it has an estimated two billion m...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, UK, Instagram, Youtube, US, Seo, Linkedin, Reddit, Facebook Groups, Mashup, Tiktok, US Australia Canada Ireland Italy, Communities Twitter


Google disclosed times it provided user data to Hong Kong authorities, even though it said last year it was going to stop

Google in Manhattan. Mark Lennihan/AP Photo Google said it gave user data to local authorities in Hong Kong last year. The company stopped responding to data requests from Hong Kong after the city passed a restrictive national security law in 2020. Google provided the data saying it kept to its Terms of Service, which allows an exception in cases of emergencies. See more stories on Insider's business page. Google sent user data to Hong Kong officials in the latter half of 2020 after it...
Tags: Google, Hong Kong, Transparency, News, China, US, International, Trends, Linkedin, Data Privacy, Terms Of Service, Facebook Twitter, Hong Kong Free Press, Tech Insider, User data, MLAT