Call me nostalgic, but I miss LinkedIn.
Oh sure, it has a glossy new look and is all about updates and adjectives.
But wait – that’s everything that Facebook is that I’m not so interested in…
But when you change and “automagically” make things better, be sure you know what you’re doing!
LinkedIn has rolled out changes to company listings – and if you’ve created a LinkedIn Company Page and don’t update yours right away, you’ll leave a bit of embarrassing data online.
Lets have a look at what happened – and you can judge for yourself if it’s flattering!
I mean this!
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I’ve been writing on LinkedIn for quite a while, and I’ve found that other users provide the best material on how not to use social sites like LinkedIn.
A friend sent an example of a reasonably offensive experience …
Sure, this is a shameless takeoff on “Loose Lips Sink Ships”, but hopefully you’ll forgive me – because the saying makes sense.
And if wartime talk could leak secrets to the enemy, peace time posting can spread information to the social criminal.
Those shark infested waters
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Criminals have discovered that people do read messages from LinkedIn – and are using fake emails in an attempt to deliver viruses.
Read more about it on Virus Threat Through Fake LinkedIn Email.
It’s too bad – and another reason to make sure you have anti-virus protection and a smart browser.
To your continued success,