Debesh Choudhury

Debesh Choudhury

2d ago · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
To Social Media and 2 more
Why Should a CEO of a Social Media Company Like Your Post?

Why Should a CEO of a Social Media Company Like Your Post?

This is true that Jeff Weiner, then CEO and now Executive Chairman of LinkedIn, or one of his secretaries, had clicked a “Like” reaction on my LinkedIn article “Power of a LinkedIn Connection.” In fact, the top CxOs of top corporates...

Lada 🏡 Prkic

Lada 🏡 Prkic

Debesh, as far as I see it happened four years ago. The article you mentioned is from 2016. To me, it is not the same as Jeff Weiner himself engaged with your post or someone from the CEO office (his secretaries). On beBee, Co-Founder and CEO, Javier 🐝 CR, regularly engages with users (although now less than before).
I am on LinkedIn since 2014 and experienced (still do) a culture of compassion among members of my network, but it does not apply to the whole platform. Sadly, I was a witness of many rude communications between LinkedIn members.
We shouldn't generalise. Every social media platform has pros and cons. :)

1d ago
Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Beyond the BS PR stuff that LI shoves down everyone's throat, when it comes to talking about its brand, there are also the facts. For example, LI is one of the most toxic places in the SM world, since apparently it's impossible for many people there to have a real discussion about something. Perhaps that's why many people (if not most of them) who are on that platform don't engage too much with the stuff that's posted unless it's a platitude that everyone can agree with. Also, LI doesn't have nearly enough diversity in the kind of posts that it hosts. At least in some other social networks, like beBee, you get to hear different views and topics that are unfathomable (i.e. too unprofessional) for LI. What's more, most people I've talked to who are new to the job market don't hold LI in high regard because it's too superficial. They prefer to build useful portfolios and use various sites to promote them, while a LI profile is useful but not something they rely on much. So, perhaps we should treat this Jeff guy with the indifference his social network exhibits towards all the free thinkers out there. After all, in case you haven't realised it, it's there for your money and the traffic you provide to it, through your content. If you want to engage with an audience, there are (much) better places out there. Cheers

1d ago
Viktor Cerny

Viktor Cerny

4d ago · 1 min read · ~10
MaxGranit

MaxGranit

http://maxgranit.cz/ And how is it mined? Corian countertops are increasingly showing up on the kitchens of modern and more luxurious kitchen areas. However , the lady also has her limits and therefore it is necessary to look after her...

Ian Weinberg

Ian Weinberg

26/7/2016 · 2 min read · +300 · 14
To Healthy Living and 16 more
Challenging Limiting Beliefs

Challenging Limiting Beliefs

This is still one of my favorite articles. Written in 2015, it was the first article that I posted on beBee when I joined the platform in July of 2016.Much is being said about seeking and embracing authenticity. Implicit in this authenticity is a...

Tim Noonan

Tim Noonan

Great article!

9/10/2020
Ken Boddie

Ken Boddie

I stumbled across this oldie in the ‘related buzzes’ section of a post I was reading and thought it worth stirring the honey pot again for those newBees interested in Ian Weinberg’s observations on brain material mechanics.

13/6/2020
Dayne Yarbrough

Dayne Yarbrough

23/9/2020 · 3 min read · ~10
September 22, Love Poem.

September 22, Love Poem.

September 22, Love Poem. I went and bought some pork and got some more eggs, you went and got me horny this morning, so I came again and then I left, now when you grab my hand and get me glad to see you friend, I'll finally fall down to your bed,...

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hossen nayeem

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This profile is extra ordinary for my work.

3/10/2020
Gabriel Enrique De la Torre Picho

Gabriel Enrique De la Torre Picho

7/10/2020 · 1 min read · ~10
New plastic formations in the Anthropocene

New plastic formations in the Anthropocene

Our latest publication in STOTEN is now available in RG: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344141310_New_plastic_formations_in_the_Anthropocene Abstract: Plastic pollution is one of the major challenges in the Anthropocene. Upon reaching...

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