LinkedIn is a platform where you get to connect with professionals across the platform and even reach others outside your network.

 

Recently LinkedIn came up with a feature to add images in its comments. But, now LinkedIn has recently come up with a brand new algorithm in which it can reduce spread of spam messages or any inappropriate content.

 

 

What are the steps the content has to go through?

  1. When you publish a content in the account then, any online or nearline classifiers labels every text, image or the post as a spam, low-quality, and clear in real time.
  2. After the initial filter, you can get to meet an initial sample of users who will influence your content
  3. When the content is placed in the front of audience they determine the type with their likelihood whether it is of lower quality or a high quality.
  4. Lastly, the editor’s review the content if it could be distributed in the network.
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