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Jeff Halfen

Jeff Halfen

Is beBee.com the new disruptor that I predicted in this article?

Is LinkedIn's Evolutionary Path Inevitable?
Is LinkedIn's Evolutionary Path Inevitable?
www.linkedin.com STOP!! BEFORE YOU READ THIS ARTICLE, READ THIS: One of purposes of this article is to fuel discussion and share ideas. If you have any comments, please leave them below. If you like this article...
  1. Jeff Halfen
    21/03/2016 #11Jeff Halfen
    #8 You're right, Dave, I wrote this article 16 months ago. It was bad then, and not getting any better. And as you imply, 99% of their support emails are boiler-plate, aimed at frustrating you so you will just give up.
  2. Javier beBee
    17/03/2016 #10Javier beBee
    #8 Dave, linkedin's subscription based business model is not compatible with engagement ;) ... beBee is going to change a lot of things ;)
  3. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    17/03/2016 #9Federico Álvarez San Martín
    #8 Clearly we have to improve. Always fast customer to attend.
  4. Dave Meeker
    17/03/2016 #8Dave Meeker
    However this article is from 2014. LinkedIn has changed drastically since 2014 and continues to evolve. Their customer service needs improvement. I had 20 e-mail exchanges with LinkedIn customer service to get 1 problem solved. Posting a Tweet to their Twitter feed finally resolved most of the problem.
  5. Javier beBee
    16/03/2016 #7Javier beBee
    It is !!! beBee will be the new disruptor :-)
  6. Javier beBee
    08/01/2016 #6Javier beBee
    #5 no te cansas de hacer spam ? Molesta muchisimo
  7. Jeff Halfen
    08/01/2016 #4Jeff Halfen
    #1 Thanks @Javier beBee - keep up the good work!
  8. Javier beBee
    08/01/2016 #1Javier beBee
    Who knows ! We are working hard on it. Thanks a lot for your great articles shared in beBee !