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December 30, 2009


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Andy Lopata

While the right third party applications will help to enhance the LinkedIn experience for some, I think that the focus is in the wrong place. Rather than offering users more applications, which will only confuse many as other sites have found, LinkedIn should focus on educating their members how to make the most of the site. The fact is that you should be able to spend less time on LinkedIn than on other sites and still get greater rewards, if you use the site effectively and target the right return.

Jason Jacobsohn

Andy, your comments are excellent. I agree that LI needs to educate it users on how to best use the site. I think that we would all like to spend less time on these sites if we could find a way to get the results we want more efficiently and effectively.

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