I was invited to connect my gmail account. I thought, "that can't hurt". I accidently connected my corporate gmail account rather than my personal gmail. Next thing I know, LinkedIn has sent invites to over 900 people and group aliases. I'm 90% sure I pressed "skip" invitations but even if I did press send, it shouldn't be that easy to make that mistake! I then I tried to withdraw invitations so that the reminders would stop going out. Why is there no way to do this in bulk? why did I have to go through each individually? I also emailed support to make sure. Mohammed assured me all invitations had been withdrawn. I breathed a sigh of relief and thought my nightmare was over.
This morning I realise that a whole bunch of new reminders have gone out!!!! This is incredible!! When will it stop????
It appears I'm not the first person to have these issues. There seems to be an ongoing law suit:
I've shared my experience here: http://www.linkedinclassaction.com/ and would encourage others to do likewise. Stop the madness!!
The University of Florida has compiled some interesting statistics. They've shown that not only is social media usage rising dramatically, but they've also demonstrated that while many businesses are profiting, many more still haven't adopted a winning strategy.
That's where you can come in.
This infograph is designed to help illustrate how valuable a social media marketer can be to a business, and how it's a viable career choice right now.
Whether you're looking for a new career or not, there are some stats here that I think you'll find very interesting, like how, "85% of all businesses with a dedicated social media platform reported an increase in their market exposure."
Thanks for reading, and have a great weekend!
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