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LinkedIn Contacts: 5 Must-Know Facts
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pwndecaf
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4/29/2013 | 4:22:31 PM
re: LinkedIn Contacts: 5 Must-Know Facts
I do use LinkedIn, but I see no use for this in my business life or personal life. No FaceBook, either.
Andrew Hornback
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4/27/2013 | 5:39:58 PM
re: LinkedIn Contacts: 5 Must-Know Facts
Very cool - I just put myself on the list to get into this.

It's not a matter of spending more time on LinkedIn, I think, it's a matter of making that time more worthwhile - I'll start having a problem when I log into LinkedIn and get invited to play FarmVille or something similar.

Given the breadth of my network, I think that this new functionality would really give me a chance to add some depth to it as well.

Andrew Hornback
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Laurianne
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4/25/2013 | 5:30:59 PM
re: LinkedIn Contacts: 5 Must-Know Facts
Facebook is suffering a backlash as some people perceive that it is trying to play too large of a role in our online lives. Do you want to spend more of your time on LinkedIn? Are you more willing to give LinkedIn more time and more control of your online life, as compared to Facebook? Weigh in and share your opinion.


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