LinkedIn Is No Longer a Professional Networking Site

Here’s what it is now

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It’s Monday morning. I grab a cup of coffee and log in to LinkedIn.

It’s not long before I am rolling my eyes. It’s not a professional networking site anymore. LinkedIn is now primarily a sales and marketing platform with some Facebook-like elements thrown in for good measure.

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Lisa Beth Wright

Lisa Beth Wright

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