LinkedIn, which is focused on job seekers and recruiters, exceeded MySpace to turn into the No. 2 social networking service in the US previous month, increased by its first public offering in May.
According to a Reston, Virginia-based ComSore report, for the month of June, the company had 33.9 million visitors, up 63% from a year before, while Myspace had 33.5 million, down 50%. Facebook stayed the biggest social networking site with 160.9 million US visitors, up 14%.
The IPO of LinkedIn increased its profile with shareholders and assisted in building publicity throughout the . . . → Read More: LinkedIn Becomes Largest US Social-Networking Site Next to Facebook