Linkedin Spain is on the rise and nothing can stop it. With just one click you can contact the best professionals in the country. Here we show you why you should register as a user as soon as possible.
LinkedIn is a social network for professionals that offers the best jobs and registers the best talent every day.
His development in Spain deserves admiration. It has positioned itself as a meeting place for technical questions about the rest of social networks.
If you’re a professional, entrepreneur, or businessman, no matter where you are in the world, LinkedIn is the place to start building business connections.
The development of Linkedin Spain
- In the last year alone, her net income has increased by more than 100%.
- Today the number of registered users in Spain exceeds 6 million.
- LinkedIn has 100 million users worldwide.
The idea is simple, a platform with a highly segmented market that allows professionals to showcase their talent to an international audience.
On Facebook, we add people based on our common interests. At LinkedIn, we do this for the same reason, with the only difference being that in this case we are talking about common interests in a work or professional environment.
LinkedIn’s goal isn’t just to find work, it’s to do business.
Remember our article on networking between business and marketing in public relations?
We have already talked about this social network in our previous articles. But beyond the positioning of a brand or person on the web, the importance of LinkedIn lies in the contacts that you can add to your agenda and, as we have told you in the articles mentioned, these are the files that allow you to move with ease and ease around the world.
Linkedin Spain, an emerging market
According to an El País interview with Ariel Eckstein, director of Linkedin in Spain and the rest of Europe, Middle East and Africa, 80% of LinkedIn users are off the network because they are dissatisfied with their current job. Therefore, companies have nothing to fear if their employees have a profile on this network. They are just professionals looking to increase their knowledge of the field they work in, nurture their talent to increase their value as a professional, and stay up to date with news, events and innovations in their field of work.
“Linkedin is not here to get a new job, but to do business” – Ariel Eckstein (Director of Linkedin Spain and Rest of Europe)
We’re not talking about a simple platform that offers professionals specific jobs, but a social network to meet talents in the sector, influential figures and of course to create business relationships.
LinkedIn user profile Spain
Linkedin Spain is characterized by the behavior of its users. Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia are the locations with the highest number of active professionals in this social network. An average user is between 35 and 40 years old, has a high academic level and a professional background. In addition, the Linkedin Spain user really likes to participate in intelligent conversations, that is, they seek and actively participate in debates, turning them into a meeting or discussion between professionals.
“LinkedIn informs about the new tendencies of the individual professions”
Unlike the other interaction platforms, LinkedIn feels more like a blog than a social network and its creators aren’t really interested in users spending a lot of time online.
It may seem strange, but it is the adult internet where business, politics, economics, finance, advertising, the market and stop counting are discussed.
The information published is not leisure, but time for a fruitful intellectual exchange, coding the topics according to the interests of users.
Linkedin Spain also acts as an employment agency
Believe it or not, but every day more companies are looking for talent on social networks, especially one as professional as LinkedIn. This is because they save a lot of money and time in human resources.
You see, your profile on social networks is a small personal resume, but unlike the others, LinkedIn allows you to write your professional resume. In this way, information is provided for companies looking for talent. That’s why it’s so important to be honest, because the search filters are based on the information and interests you place.
“Every second that passes, we have two new members. We are in Spain to stay and the headhunters stopped seeing us as a threat long ago to be their best tool” – Ariel Eckstein.
You can read the full article in El País newspaper on Linkedin Spain by clicking on here
We must remind you that this social network is financed by selling spaces to allow companies to offer their vacancies, specific search filters and profiles with advertising (payments), for which by its very nature it collaborates with companies looking for talent (and the talent could be you).
Companies using LinkedIn to recruit employees
Among the large companies using Linkedin in Spain to recruit employees, the following stand out:
The growth of Linkedin Spain in record time shows how important it is for the current professional to improve in his field in order to improve every day in his career. In addition, it reveals the entrepreneurial character present in each of its users, intelligently applying the choice of contacts and creating new professional connections, advantages that only LinkedIn can offer them.
If you want to learn more about the LinkedIn social network and how to use it for your business or business, don’t hesitate to read our article.
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