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  • Marc Freedman
    Danny, Well put. We wouldn t invest our time and energy bitching and proposing solutions if we didn t believe LinkedIn provided even greater value. I have a
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      Danny,

      Well put. We wouldn't invest our time and energy bitching and
      proposing solutions if we didn't believe LinkedIn provided even
      greater value.

      I have a list of some of my successes at
      http://linkedin.pbwiki.com/SuccessStoriesMarc and links to others at
      http://linkedin.pbwiki.com/SuccessStories .

      Marc



      --- In TopLinkedIn@yahoogroups.com, "Danny R. Faught" <faught@...> wrote:
      >
      > One of our subscribers told me that he's not very positive on LinkedIn
      > after watching this mailing list for a while. As we vent our
      > frustrations and discuss our problems, I think observers could be
      > getting a more negative view than is warranted.
      >
      > People tend to be more motivated to seek solutions for problems than
      > to flaunt their successes. But there are certainly many successes on
      > LinkedIn. For example, a few minutes ago, I helped someone on the
      > other side of the planet locate someone who had worked for a company
      > that now seems to be defunct.
      >
      > There are many quiet successes on LinkedIn. The people who are
      > complaining wouldn't be complaining so loudly if they didn't see real
      > value in LinkedIn and really want to see it be able to do even more.
      > --
      > Danny R. Faught
      > Tejas Software Consulting
      > http://tejasconsulting.com/
      >
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