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Written By: langdon on October 27, 2009 2 Comments

Unless you accept that there will be a permanent record of “interesting details” that you will never be able to delete, it is safer to use regular e-mail, rather than LinkedIn messaging [… Click headline to read more]

Written By: langdon on October 16, 2009 No Comment

Many professionals are trying to make as many connections as possible without realizing that LinkedIn imposes certain limitations on each user. Here they are: […Click headline to read more]

Written By: langdon on October 9, 2009 One Comment

New Rule! You may only use the “First Name” and “Last Name” section of your LinkedIn profile for your first name and last name. You can’t add anything else. What does this mean? How can this affect you? Simple, you can’t use this strategy anymore. It also affects “open networkers”, the people who accept all invitations and want to expand their network as they can’t announce they are open networkers anymore. Many people belong to groups like LION or TopLinked and other groups of open networkers who require you write their name after you last name; you can’t do it anymore. Many more of you might write your email after your name to invite people to network, remove it. These are some of the common uses of your profile name that are being cracked down […Click headline to read more]

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