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kelleyd1
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kelleyd1,
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11/17/2013 | 3:36:16 PM
I can't stand the endorsements!
It is never a co-worker who endorses your work. In fact, I am astonished when I get notices regarding these.  I think it is just a way for LinkedIn to tout engagement to their own advertisers.  
Nicole Ferraro
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Nicole Ferraro,
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11/15/2013 | 1:33:28 PM
Excellent tips
Wow, thanks for all of these great tips. (Also, I had no idea LinkedIn had a Tetris-like game!) I'm still a little unsure about the part on endorsements, though. If you're being endorsed for actual skills that you have, is there really a reason to go in and delete?
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