Article first published on my Scoopit (LINK) on the 24th of January 2017
LinkedIn has become the standard way to keep your personal/professional database up to date.
By removing the need to keep updating your contacts’ details and making each individual responsible for updating their own, the Social Network became one of the most useful tools in the belt.
Unfortunately, the same free services which tend to engage audiences are often victims of their own success and once more 2017 has seen some of the benefits which Linked offered stripped to the core.
With those changes, accessibility has been made difficult as so have other things which we had grown accustomed to taking for granted.
Luckily, I have found a rather useful list to get around some of the initial frustrations you will be experiencing when you get back to the work mode. (Did you know only circa 22/25% of registered users actually use LinkedIn?) “