Will Marketing Eat LinkedIn?

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  • The Linkedin advantage is the freedom of connecting with who and as many we want to and join the discussion groups we are interested in. We can delete connections and leave any groups at any time, can adjust our control settings on incoming invites allowed, and group discussions delivered daily or weekly or not at all to our mailbox, leaving us with the freedom of checking our selected groups and its activity when we feel like. What ever works for us for a reason or another.
    I joined Linkedin just over a year ago and owner of two discussion groups (‘ourGreen-Canada’ and ‘Sustainable Kitchen and Bath Professionals’) both groups are for members and not open groups. I feel this gives a little control over its focus. When I see a quality and interesting profile I send an invite in the hope to connect and network and my experience is that how you network and work linkedin for yourself …or not, is totally up to the individual. Linkedin is a tool that is available for free to anyone and demand speaks for itself.
    The quality materials and connections -I need to advance in my field-, delivered to my mail box because I found the right group to belong to;and further able to share is amazing, and for this reason I find Linkedin a great value.

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