I4GovCon 22 – LinkedIn: Business or Social?

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Whenever business or social media networks change the impact on the people who use them determines the future of the platform. Recently changes In LinkedIn have either excited or annoyed users. Now don’t get me wrong I am a fan of LinkedIn and I use it daily. But I understand the pros and the cons that can make people react one way or another.
In this podcast Pete Blum interviews Chris Gorog of Logic Central Online to talk about some of the recent changes to LinkedIn and how they impact human behavior.

  • What some of the changes are that greatly impact how LinkedIn is being used
  • Are the changes altering LinkedIn towards being a social network rather than a business network?
  • How LinkedIn is expanding and helping Veterans
  • Where do we go from here?
  • The next big thing
​For more information and answers to your questions got to the Solvability Web Site

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