LinkedIn finds a Pulse, buys news reader for $50 to $100 million?
Screenshots from the Pulse app
LinkedIn has been trying to increase the mobile advertising it displays. Last quarter, the "marketing solutions group," which includes traditional advertising, accounted for 27% of LinkedIn's revenue. Pulse's app competes with Flipboard, Google Currents and some other lesser known names in the battle for eyeballs. One competitor, Zite, was purchased by CNN in 2011 for $20 million.
Pulse has added some new features that allow its users to share with Facebook, Twitter, Google+ Flickr, YouTube, Instagram and Tumblr right from Pulse. LinkedIn has also been adding features to its service including customized news feeds for users, which would seem to fit perfectly with Pulse.
1. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
doesn't it mean we can't use pulse again ? dont please
i read phonearena everyday by using pulse
4. Stuntman (Posts: 715; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)
I've used both for a while, but for the past few months, I rarely used Taptu and have mostly relied on Pulse.
3. AshtonJeremy (Posts: 1; Member since: 12 Mar 2013)
Everyday new technology better then previous one, how to handle all.