LinkedIn strives to work where our members work. This means that we want to enable our members to use their LinkedIn identity wherever they may be online. We also want our members to have the ability to tap their professional network to discuss and share what matters most to them whether they’re on or off LinkedIn.com. Over the past year, we’ve been working closely with more than 75k developers to make this possible for our members, by helping developers leverage LinkedIn’s rich technology to build unique and innovative tools for professionals across the Web.
Today, we’d like to share some updates we’ve made to the LinkedIn Developer Platform to continue fostering creative innovations using LinkedIn’s technology. With over 1 million publisher sites already enabling the ability to share content to LinkedIn, we’re now making it even easier for our developer community to use LinkedIn as their main distribution platform for discussing and sharing professional content. Everyday, professionals are coming to LinkedIn to share and discuss what matters most to them and we’re seeing all-time highs of shares originating on LinkedIn.