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Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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2/19/2014 | 5:07:18 PM
Re: Your thoughts?
Yet another company encouraging people to work without getting paid. Social media FTW (for the wages).
David F. Carr
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2/19/2014 | 4:18:47 PM
Re: LinkedIn blogs
Merging with a media company? Because the publishing business is so attractive, eh?
Kristin Burnham
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2/19/2014 | 4:12:00 PM
Re: LinkedIn blogs
Not just exposure to your connections, but others as well. Depending on how many shares, likes, and comments your post receives, LinkedIn could choose to highlight it as it does posts from its top Influencers. This could potentially expose you to thousands of new connections.

In looking at Twitter, it appears that people are pretty excited about this new feature. But as you mentioned, how much extra time do people really have to read and write?

 
Laurianne
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2/19/2014 | 2:56:00 PM
LinkedIn blogs
What is the advantage vs setting up your own web page blog? The exposure to your connections I guess. But if all your connections start blogging, will you really have time to read them all? I see LinkedIn merging with a media company some day. Who agrees?
Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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2/19/2014 | 1:57:02 PM
Your thoughts?
Reading posts is one thing, but taking time to craft posts of your own is another. Does this new feature appeal to anyone? Would you consider publishing your thoughts about leadership and careers?
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