Here at The Hollywood Lawyer, we are proud to announce that we were recognized as the leading Los Angeles entertainment lawyers and were selected to be part of LinkedIn’s ProFinder pilot test program as a result of this.
The social networking site LinkedIn launched a pilot program called LinkedIn ProFinder in October to help its member employers connect with professional freelancers. The LinkedIn ProFinder program asks prospective employers what sort of work they’re looking for and how much they’re willing to pay and freelancers can respond with proposals. The service is free for now, as LinkedIn experiments with the service and gathers data.
Initially launched in San Francisco, the service has extended to New York and has recently launched in Southern California. LinkedIn ProFinder initially began targeting the job categories of writing and editing, marketing, design and accounting — but our invitation to test the product sheds light on the fact that this tool will cover many more areas in which freelancing takes place.
We are excited to be part of LinkedIn ProFinder’s test group and cannot wait to see this tool take off and start adding to our economy! Once again, thanks for the honor LinkedIn!
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