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A Personal Linkedin Experiment

My personal LinkedIn experiment

Who would have believed in 2002 when Reid Hoffman was mooting the idea of a professional social network – a kind of Facebook for suits – that it would prove to be an amazing success and grow to in excess of 400 million users?

Yahoo!

Yahoo hack exposes 453,000 unencrypted passwords

We blogged last month about how Linkedin, eHarmony and Last.fm all failed their customers in the space of a week. We said at the time that this won’t be the last in a sorry list of customer security fails, and we didn’t have to wait long.

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Time to uninstall the Linkedin BlackBerry app

I’ve had the Linkedin app installed on my BlackBerry for some time now, as I make extensive use of the social network for business. It has to be said though, considering that Blackberry has always been considered as ‘the phone of choice’ for business use, the Linkedin app is truly awful, and is a pale imitation of its iPhone and Android counterparts.

Text Messaging SMS Flip Phone

6 tips to running a successful SMS campaign

We’ve listed below 6 ways to ensure your ‘text and response’ mobile marketing campaign proves to be a success. Follow these tips and you will increase your sales without expending much time, effort or money.

Broken Links

6 ways to get your Linkedin account suspended

Linkedin is a great networking tool, and many are utilising its power to manage communications with their contacts. I make extensive use of Linkedin and was dismayed last year to have managed to have my account suspended – and I’m a paying customer!