LinkedIn has reported a loss of $4.3m for the quarter ended September 2014, representing an increase against the $3.4m loss announced the year before.
However, the company increased revenues from members, advertising and business services to $568m, a rise of 45 percent compared with the $393m posted in the third quarter of 2013.
LinkedIn splits revenues between three divisions. Talent Solutions generated 61 percent of revenues, Marketing Solutions 19 percent and Premium Subscriptions 20 percent.
"LinkedIn made significant progress against several long-term strategic investments we began this year," said chief executive Jeff Weiner.
"During the third quarter, we took meaningful steps in increasing the scale and relevance of job listings, growing the professional publishing platform, and expanding our member network in new geographies and demographics."
Talent Solutions, which dominates revenues with a $345m share and a 45 percent increase on last year, offers leads to businesses looking to hire talent. Marketing, or advertising, also increased by 45 percent to $109m for the quarter.
The firm said that it is increasing the scale of its operations. "LinkedIn demonstrated strength in the third quarter, leveraging the scale created by our member network to deliver growth across all three product lines," said LinkedIn chief financial officer Steve Sordello.
"We continue to make aggressive investments in our member and customer platforms in order to realise our long-term potential."
LinkedIn is predicting that its revenue for the year will range between $2.17bn and $2.18bn. The company paid out some $6m to disgruntled workers earlier this year.
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