Whether you’re a business owner, a marketing executive, or a fresh graduate looking for your dream job, LinkedIn is the place to be. Unfortunately, certain places aren’t too keen on LinkedIn and will block you from accessing it. This can be very frustrating, so internet users have found a workaround — VPNs.
Like many other websites, LinkedIn is blocked by denying access based on the user’s IP address. Each time you connect to the internet, you are assigned an IP address, which tags your location and applies any valid restrictions. These restrictions can stem from local laws or simply the network’s own policies.
That’s when NordVPN comes into play. It lets you connect to remote VPN servers and hide your IP address, making it look like you’re connecting from elsewhere and allowing you to unblock restricted content.
The benefits of NordVPN don’t stop here. Your ISP and network administrators also can’t track your online activities, meaning you can access LinkedIn in privacy. What’s more, we follow a strict no-logs policy, which means we can’t be strong-armed into revealing what you do while connected to NordVPN servers.
Despite its popularity and strict professionalism, LinkedIn has been affected by restrictions in several countries. Some Middle Eastern and Asian states block or censor social networks such as the LinkedIn.com website, while LinkedIn itself refuses to provide its premium services to Cuba, Iran, Syria, and others.
If you’re not reading this from one of the above regions, there is a chance that LinkedIn is blocked by your network. It is common for universities and workplaces to restrict user access to certain online services to eliminate distractions or prevent them from job hunting while on the job.
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