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is anyone familiar with linkedin?

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Question by Shashi: is anyone familiar with linkedin?
i sent my cousin an invite to connect on linkedin and i had to type in his email address.............

it doesnt say his name in my inbox.....how can i tell if he ignored it or not

if my cousin thinks about me, does it mean i am on his mind,,,what does it mean to be on someone's mind......how does it show they care about you

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Answer by ☮AskTheOne☮
yes - i have a linkedin account

yes - you are on his mind if he thinks about you

it does not mean, necessarily, that they care for you

peace

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Is LinkedIn utterly useless?

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Question by : Is LinkedIn utterly useless?
It seems to me it's just a way for coworkers to spread damaging gossip about your so-called terrible contributions to a company. Sad but true.

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Answer by Matias
Well it is interesting to see how former colleages are doing, but other than that I have not found much use for it.
If someone is writing bad things about you, then have you complained to linkedin to get it pulled?

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Question by alphabravotango: For LinkedIn experienced users...?
How can you activate/deactivate the option that does not allow other users to browse your own connections?
I refer specifically to the option that displays the following message:
"We’re sorry, but this user no longer allows other users to browse his/her connections."
That is, let's suppose that you want to browse the contacts list of one of the contacts of someone who is in your network in LinkedIn... I always get that error... is this an automatic set up (or default) for all the users, or has it been manually set up? How to overcome it (if possible)?

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Answer by ccSteve
The setting is to show the view by default. You manage it under "Accounts & Settings" -> "Connections Browse".

It's all a matter of trust - does the individual trust any one connection to see the other connections...

It is a privacy setting the individual selects, there is no "going around" it.

You may be able to determine that Mr Y connects to Mr X if you look at Mr X's profile and see that you are connected to Mr X through the elusive Mr Y.

Best success,
steve

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Getting Your Business Easily on The Top 8 Social Sites: Get Your Business Listed on Sites Like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and More

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Ok to add my old boss on LinkedIn?

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Question by 5zerocool: Ok to add my old boss on LinkedIn?
I just graduated from college, and I want to build my professional profile on Linkedin. Is it more of a friend/colleague thing? Or should I just ask him for a reference on it?

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Answer by oculus of providentia
LinkedIN the the business social network. I would add an old boss, especially if that person has a network that may prove valuable in the future. You can put friends in your network, but keep it professional.

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how do I add or change a resume on linkedin?

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Question by Phylicia: how do I add or change a resume on linkedin?

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Answer by Bree Normandin
LinkedIn has a wonderful app that enables you to use your own profile to create a resume. To do this, you'll need to visit this link and sign in to your account. http://resume.linkedinlabs.com/
The wizard will walk you through the entire process.

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How to Use LinkedIn to Sell More Books (Writer’s Platform)

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How to add my LinkedIn profile to my FB page?

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Question by Peter Shah: How to add my LinkedIn profile to my FB page?
I searched a lot to find instructions for adding my LinkedIn profile to my FB page on internet but i didn't find a better answers. All of those answers are saying about 'My LinkedIn profile Facebook app'. But that app has been deleted, now what to do to add my LinkedIn profile to my Facebook page? Please give me some clear ideas
Thanks in advance

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Hi Peter, at this time there's no official method to posting your LinkedIn profile to your Facebook page. From my experience, people tend to list it under the "website" section of the "contact information" area in their profile. Thanks!

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