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1.000 kontakter på LinkedIN


Jeg har netop opnået 1.000 kontakter på LinkedIN. Det er måske ikke specielt imponerende eller relevant, men i og med at jeg har haft en form for dialog og kontakt med hver og en af disse 1.000 personer, så synes jeg faktisk at det er interessant, idet det giver mit LinkedIN netværk en værdi for mig.

For nogle uger siden sendte jeg en besked og et link via "Share an update" boksen til hele mit netværk. Budskabet var, at en af mine LinkedIN kontakter netop havde miste sit arbejde (virksomheden måtte lukke) og derfor var på udkik efter nye udfordringer. I fredags modtog jeg en sms med den gode nyhed, at nu var han i job igen - og kontakten blev etableret på grund af min besked via LinkedIN.

Jeg anvender LinkedIN dagligt - både arbejdsmæssigt og privat - og vil ikke tøve med at udnævne LinkedIN til en af de mest relevante og professionelle "social media" platforme.

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