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For the past 6 months or so LinkedIn has been growing on me.
They did a few good moves which I appreciated. I always liked some of the early third-party applications which lived on LinkedIn, such as the "Reading List" by Amazon; and the "My Travel" by TripIt. They also enabled a "Wordpress" application allowing content to update on one's profile automatically as new blog posts are made. I hope they will also introduce an app enabling
Later they allowed two-way communication between
LinkedIn now allows users to comment on the status updates of others (much like
And now, they've taken it to the next level: LinkedIn is now allowing the capability to post a visible abstract-summary to go with a status-update when a link is posted. This functionality is familiar to
I am committed to using LinkedIn more, and I mean on a daily basis. I spend maybe 15 minutes a day on LinkedIn, logging in 2 to 5 times a day. I typically do two to three status updates on a daily basis. I think 3 updates is the optimum right now. I don't want to overwhelm the folks by posting more updates. Too many updates on LinkedIn feel out of place.
The interconnection across the Social Media landscape is getting better and better... Hope to see you on LinkedIn!
Office Divvy ™
PS: One thing I did not like that LinkedIn did was to chose
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