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Written on: 17/12/2014
My soon-to-be ex-husband has used LinkedIn as a means of looking up potential women with whom he could solicit affairs. Sadly, he succeeded at least twice that I know of, but attempted many more. I know this isn't a reflection of the site itself or the majority of its users, but if your spouse uses this site be aware of who they are connected with. I wish I had been. If something doesn't make sense then get suspicious. For example, if a pharmacist is 1st level contact with an HR manager at a… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/04/2014 by dixy203 (1 review written)
Had a problem with my account, solved within 6 hours by linkedin! TOP It happened an email address was included in my alternative email addresses. Found straight away by customer service of Linkedin. Many thks … Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2013 by molchesterltd (1 review written)
LinkedIn is great for connecting with business professionals around the globe and to create new leads and contacts that could help you improve your business either through sales or just with expert help. I would recommend signing up to any professional company or sole trader… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2013
I have been using Linkedin for quite some time now and I have been able to find a job thanks to it. So I'm quite happy about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2010
It appears that this organization somehow gets into your contact list and sends invitations to your contacts. I am getting replies from people from my contacts that I never sent an invitation to. I don't trust them… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2010 by Dee Featist (36 reviews written)
Best of the bunch for professional networking. Just ignore unwanted invitations (if you are weak, simply accept and then dump them later - no alert is sent to the connection!). Sadly it is starting to be flooded by "Hi, I'm Bill I'm an engineer, please join my network" type posts. Some of the professional groups are well moderated and kept clear of the social/recruitment posts. On balance LinkedIn can be a good source of private work and job offers… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2010 by mike13 (31 reviews written)
A good way to expand and keep in touch with business contacts.
The site navigation can be difficult. Very text heavy format which floods the page.
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Written on: 15/04/2008 by degbert (120 reviews written)
Generally, I don't like social network sites. This is the stuff of a new generation, and good luck to them - sitting at a terminal and telling the world what you are doing (which, by definition, is "nothing", if you are at your computer... ).
I do, however, accept and try to exploit the value of professionally-focused network/contact sites. For me, linkedin is probably the best of the bunch. It may not be the longest-running and there are others like Xing that have superior functionality and… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2008
Pressure to respond to invitations. Feels a bit obligatory. Don't like that, therefore dont recommend Linkedin… Read Full Review
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Written by krikdee
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