The question was principally with regards to LinkedIn and how people chose to connect or not with other people. After having seen the answers already there, which surprised me a bit, I decided to answer as my answer was different from the lot. Most people responded they only connect to people they know in one way or another, or know the company the person works for – but they do not accept people unknown to them.
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We talk a lot about the digital revolution that traditional media is being put through: upheaval, readership and audience shrinkage, bankruptcy, pay walls… This post is part of a major update to a host of previous ones published in 2009 and 2010 on this blog. What’s the situation really like in 2011? Traditional media are not […]
You’ve probably heard of the influence ranking tool called Klout. You might even have had a kick out of seeing how you ranked compared to your Twitter peers a while back when everyone was talking about Klout.