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LinkedIn: How To Take Advantage of Recent Changes
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EricLundquist
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EricLundquist,
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11/8/2012 | 12:49:50 AM
re: LinkedIn: How To Take Advantage of Recent Changes
Like most social software packages, you won't know if it suits you unless you use the features. Features what work for one person are not right for another. I'd say try it out and think about a system that starts with contact and leads to conversations. Hope that helps.
Stephane Parent
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Stephane Parent,
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11/7/2012 | 12:55:57 PM
re: LinkedIn: How To Take Advantage of Recent Changes
Is it just me or was I duped? After seeing the title of this article, I read the blog expecting some recommendations.

All I got is new features. Where are the recommendations other than moving to the premium account?

I feel let down.
MicroSourcing
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MicroSourcing,
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11/7/2012 | 4:08:42 AM
re: LinkedIn: How To Take Advantage of Recent Changes
The notifications are really helpful because it encourages users to interact more often. Most LinkedIn account owners typically just set up a profile then forget about it afterward.


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