LinkedIn reaches 200M members worldwide; Indonesia 3rd fastest growing country
January 10, 2013 by Terence LEE
LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network on the Internet, has reached 200M members, it announced today. It claims that one new member joins the social network every 2 seconds, a staggering number that adds up to about 15.7M a year. Indeed, since November 1, 2012, it has added around 13M members.
The company adds that it now has about 160M monthly unique visitors, making it the 23rd most visited web property in the world, according to comScore. 37M of LinkedIn’s users come from Asia-Pacific, with Indonesia becoming the 3rd fastest growing country in terms of members on LinkedIn.
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