According to a statement by the editor-in-chief, _LinkedIn has created a team of creator managers to grow the platform’s community of content creators.
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They’re saying this: “Creators drive LinkedIn,” Dan Roth, the company’s editor-in-chief, tweeted.
“Creators are those who get the ball rolling and create original posts, stories, videos, articles, and so on. Roth tweeted: “Increasing followers; sharing news and linking to explain why they are worth our time.”
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Roth said he is looking for a head of the community to report to him. According to the job posting, the head of the community will manage and build “a global team.”
LinkedIn posted the job listing stating: “We are starting a team to support and develop our content creators. We aim to source, nurture, and uplevel these important voices.”