Taking a question from a Motley Fool reader, Austin Smith discusses LinkedIn and whether it's still a good investment. Despite its high valuations, Austin, and both Tom and David Gardner, believe so. The company has three revenue streams in personal membership, corporate membership, and advertising, and unlike Facebook, it has little difficulty monetizing its members. Overseas growth is strong, and its moat, revenue, and business model makes it look like a good investment, Austin says.
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