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Jonathan Lister is LinkedIn’s vp/North American sales for marketing solutions, which means that he’s in charge of growing the social network’s brand advertising revenues. He highlighted how LinkedIn serves its clients, what kind of data it can offer, how it competes with Facebook… and how LinkedIn could end up making your resume and your business card extinct.

Full story at Business Insider

Have you ever wondered why Free Shipping promotions continue to increase? Or, how Amazon Prime works?

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Popular social bookmarking site Pinterest has become the hottest startup on the web, luring millions of people to the site to collect and share things they like on the Internet. But a new report from social media blog LLSocial reveals that the site may be “quietly” generating revenue by adjusting and tracking the links attached to pins that are posted by users.

Via Mashable

A reality check shows that Twitter’s revenue model is just small change compared to the other big boys in the tech playground. As Forbes points out, Apple’s latest figures show that it made more revenue in one single day, on average, than Twitter generated over the course of an entire year.

Via The Next Web

It is interesting to parse all the billions in market cap in relation to the actual people who work for these companies. How much money and value is being pulled in per employee? And which tech companies are getting the biggest bang for their payroll buck?

Via Mashable

Tech writer MG Siegler noted a remarkable fact:

Apple’s iPhone business alone is now bigger than Microsoft. Not Windows. Not Office. Microsoft. Think about that.

The iPhone did not exist five years ago. And now it’s bigger than a company that, 15 years ago, was dragged into court and threatened with forcible break-up because it had amassed an unassailable and unthinkably profitable monopoly.

Preeti Bhatia

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