[Pauldotcom] should everyone be linked in to one another
morris.tech at gmail.com
Sat Dec 27 10:30:17 UTC 2008
Same for me. If there is no professional connection then I stay away from
it. I have Facebook for the non-professional stuff but even then the same
rules apply. If I don't know you or have a relationship then I won't make
the link. Same goes for all the Facebook apps people keep trying to get me
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I'm with you on that Robin. I make slight exceptions when it makes
business sense to however.
On Dec 26, 2008, at 4:54 PM, Robin Wood wrote:
> I'm in a few groups on linked in and daily there are requests from
> people asking to expand their networks and to exchange links.
> What do people think, is this right or should you only link with
> people you know or have reason for linking with? The way I see it, if
> everyone links to everyone else then all we end up with is a large
> mailing list, lots of which already exist. My thinking is that I'll
> link to people I either know, respect or have some other business
> relationship with but am I missing out in not linking to everyone else
> in the world?
> What are other peoples policy on this?
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