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Will LinkedIn do anything? Keep LinkedIn, Explore beBee

I am a LinkedIn user.  LinkedIn is a huge business directory. Whenever somebody gives me a business card, I add the new contact to my LinkedIn network and I drop the card in the bin. That's all but it is very useful. It allows me to keep my past & present contacts. I can say I like Linkedin but I don't enjoy it. New User Interface & Experience is really frustrating.

Facebook also allows me to keep in touch with my family and friends. I enjoy their lifes. I can say I love Facebook but my closest relationships are more private than professional. On Facebook, User Experience is great.

Microsoft bought LinkedIn and a great mass of people is complaining again and again. LinkedIn is becoming frustrating.


Will LinkedIn do anything? Keep LinkedIn, Explore beBeeRick Berman Seguir
Director of Business Development...
3 dias

| just cancelled my LinkedIn premium subscription.

| was paying $20.00 a month but with their Jan 2017
changes they took most of the valuable functionality
away - especially advance search and searching 2nd
and 3rd degree contacts. To get this functionality
back you have to upgrade to a more expensive
version 4X more. They have ruined LinkedIn.

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Here you are some examples but If you are an active LinkedIn user, you will see this stuff daily.  Tones of messages and nobody is listening ? I don't think so. The problem is.... Microsoft needs to monetize after paying the bill. Much more "great" surprises to come for sure. Get ready for showing your money !


Solomon George
Founder - Globalmbacareer | Recruiting MBA Lead...
17 horas

LinkedIn will not do anything about this as
they made their billions. Now it is all upto
Satya Nadella to sort this out. The current
outcry and dissatisfaction is so high, it could
kill LinkedIn pretty quickly. It is time to
replace the top management and the design
team in LinkedIn. | look forward to a new
chapter and overhaul - it is has been due for
sometime

Andrew Mackey :
Business Development Manager at JW Michaels & Co
19 horas

They feel they have the market cornered
which they technically do at the moment,
however they of all people should understand
that a new app can replace them just as fast
as they came up.

Don Herrmann, MBA, SPHR, CPC
Sustainable Growth for a Sustainable Business
19 horas

I am disappointed in LinkedIn on many levels.
However, until | find an alternative this will be
my go to business social media site.

LinkedIn fails to realize that an increase in
price, or a change, must add value to the
customer.

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LinkedIn has natural habitats and fishing grounds for beBee.


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The vessels are able to be relocated to other fishing grounds like beBee, probably fishing less than they fished in LinkedIn. 

Smart fishers see opportunities in new fishing grounds. Keep on fishing in LinkedIn - because it is huge ! , don't you think it is a good reason? . But you shouldn't depend on ONE fishing ground. You already know the big fishing ground is becoming difficult and the new small but growing fishing ground , is a very promising one.

Big success comes with big challenges. In my humble opinion, you have to be a smart fisher to detect new opportunities coming around. Nothing is perfect but we can make a new ground grow very easily. Good fishers see opportunities where most of fishers see only problems !

This is a huge opportunity for beBee Community 

Bees are buzzing more than ever. 

Do you want to know what beBee is all about ?


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Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #35

Remember this: 1.- Your content is delivered to all of your network. 2.- Your content is automatically top ranked on Google Search Engine. 3.- Your quality content reaches your target affinity groups. 4.- Your content can be distributed through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+.

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #34

Enjoy beBee and Reach 100% of your followers !

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #33

Benefits of becoming a beBee blogger - Instant reach through hives. - Instant SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for your content. - 100% Organic Reach. - Anybody can be a blogger. - Anybody is already an "influencer". - Reach your followers through email.

Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee i would like to precise that i am not a LinkedIn or Microsoft detractor, i am just realistic, and if i were them and want my monopoly to survive , i will keep doing extravangaza again the BCS (Big Common Sense). So how much do you bet ? A supper with tapas & wine in Cordoba ? Haha!

at some point linkedin will be reduced to a sharepoint feature, and you will be all force to subscribe to microsoft 365 sharepoint evolution...How much do you want to bet ? Linkedin is a Recruiters website with options that come and goes. But it is effective since hiring managers will start witha linkedin screening (not all of them Google search rules ! Anne Thornley-Brown

Likwe the people you quoted, I've gone through all of the frustrations and ups and downs on LinkedIn. Worse because I have been so heavily involved in group management. At some point you have to recognize it is what it is. Nothing remains static. If a platform no longer meets some of your needs, you move on. LinkedIn is still good for finding contacts, staying in touch with existing clients and former colleagues, and for peer to peer discussions in the few groups where there is still engagement. Don't look to LinkedIn to get a lot of traction for your blog posts or leads for your business. It's definitely not worth posting on LinkedIn Publisher. Hardly anybody sees the posts. If you work at it, LinkedIn does generate some website traffic.Twitter sends some blgo traffic. Facebook is great for finding family and it has come in handy as genealogy is one of my hobbies. beBee definitely fills some of the gaps in these other platforms. As you stated, never put all eggs in one basket. Businesses need a suite of tools to meet their needs.

Randall Burns

hace 4 años #29

WoW! Unless there's a technical difficulty, (but I don't think so), LinkedIn has removed the "Home"page...

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

hace 4 años #28

I will keep Linkedin and enjoy and build my personal and professional Brand on beBee. beBee is my passion and LinkedIn has all my candidates who rely on me. I will stay there hoping the ship doesn't sink. I wrote a buzz on LinkedIn 2 days ago and alot of bees are swarming over. Let's look out and keep the welcome messages going. Thank you Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee for yet another stellar buzz of value to all your beBee users. #beBeesforever

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #27

Many thanks Randall Burns. Of course ! Keep LinkedIn, Explore beBee. Here you can read more about the same message. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/never-put-all-eggs-in-one-basket-keep-linkedin-but-explore-bebee

Randall Burns

hace 4 años #26

Great read Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee, exactly the reason why I came over to beBee, (2 days ago), and have thoroughly enjoyed the experience so far. As has been mentioned on other comments I'm maintaining my profile on LinkedIn due to the years of investment into it but I think I'll be far more active here

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #25

Thanks everybody for your comments ! Buzz on !

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #24

John Vaughan please don't promote your stuff on my buzzes. Many thanks.

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #23

#24
thanks Preston \ud83d\udc1d Vander Ven!

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #22

Thanks Paul Walters

Paul Walters

hace 4 años #21

Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee its articles and stats like this that make me know I made the right decision to be on this platform. Thank you

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #20

Thanks a lot Jeremy \ud83d\udc1d Krier !

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #19

Many thanks Marisa Fonseca Diniz

Marisa Fonseca Diniz

hace 4 años #18

I am a national / international business developer and CEO of a sustainable engineering and sports business company, and I can say that LinkedIn has already been a great network for generating good business, business partnerships, including sharing the latest news. Industries and sell products and services. However, the LinkedIn for a year has begun to collapse and to be profitable began to copy Facebook, which was desired at the business level. As soon as the beBee was released I created a profile, but also ended up migrating to other professional networks specific to my industry, which although smaller are great and much better than LinkedIn at the generation of business. However, since I have several profiles on several different networks around the world, I ended up losing my profile email and password, and I ended up creating another profile on beBee, sincerely not regretting anything, and I think I did a great job business. Currently, I continue to profile my company on LinkedIn because of the business contacts the company has as customers, business partners, suppliers and national and international employees. But, my personal profile I exclude from there. Here I am increasing my knowledge, sharing experiences and maturing my business, since here are the countries where I develop business, commercial partnerships and projects. Very good and I wish success for the whole team of beBee founders, that many more people can take advantage of this platform and so I develop business opportunities. Congratulations and success to all!

Claire L Cardwell

hace 4 años #17

Excellent article Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee - I have shared it everywhere.... LinkedOut's day has come, it's only a matter of time before it sinks in high seas of discontent. People are migrating away from LinkedIn in their droves. Thank you for 'beeing' here!

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #16

Franci\ud83d\udc1dEugenia Hoffman yes. It is NOW. The right time, the right place. Thanks for your continuous support !

Excellent, Javier and perfect timing. LinkedIn's bad decisions are starting to show. beBee is at the right place at the right time. I feel the swarm!

David B. Grinberg

hace 4 años #14

Kudos on another excellent read, Javier. You artfully articulate the reasons why BEEing on BeBee simply makes good sense from a user's personal and professional perspective. As noted, user complaints about LI continue to skyrocket. These legitimate gripes range from the lackluster new user interface, to stifled user engagement, to a diminished publishing platform, to lack of customer service, etc. -- all of which add up to a horrible user experience. One would think the top brass within LI's ivory tower might show some concern and humility about the conspicuous this list of growing gaffes. Rather, a countless number of once loyal LI users have instead been greeted by a purported reckless indifference to their legitimate concerns. Or, in other words, they've rudely been given the proverbial "F" finger by LI and told to buzz off. The inevitable result: users flee for greener social media pastures. Fortunately, beBee has positively positioned itself to BEE at the right place at the right time as a promising and better alternative. The future of beBee is growing brighter with each passing day. Thus, you, Juan Imaz and the entire beBee team -- including all the ambassadors worldwide -- deserve many accolades. As a brand ambassador, I (like others) am proud to play a small part in beBee's big success.

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #13

Let's keep on buzzing !!! Buzz on!

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #12

Thanks Joyce Bowen

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #11

Thanks John White, MBA

David B. Grinberg

hace 4 años #10

Kudos on another excellent read, Javier. You artfully articulate the reasons why BEEing on BeBee simply makes good sense from a user's personal and professional perspective. As noted, the mounting chorus of complaints about LI continues to skyrocket. These legitimate gripes range from the lackluster new user interface, to stifled user engagement, to a diminished publishing platform, to lack of customer service, etc. -- all of which add up to a horrible user experience. One would think the top brass within LI's ivory tower might show some concern and humility to their users about the conspicuous this list of growing gaffes. Rather, a countless number of once loyal LI users have instead been greeted by a purported reckless indifference to their legitimate concerns. Or in other words, given they've been given the proverbial F finger by LI and told to buzz off. But when a social platform prioritizes monetizing a the literal and figurative expense user satisfaction this is the inevitable result. Fortunately, beBee has positively positioned itself to BEE at the right place at the right time as a promising alternative. The future of beBee is growing brighter with each passing day. Thus, you, Juan Imaz and the entire beBee team deserve many accolades for your exemplary efforts.

David B. Grinberg

hace 4 años #9

Kudos on another buzzing read, Javier. You artfully articulate the reasons why BEEing on BeBee simply makes get sense from a user's personal and professional perspective. I also like how you contrast beBee with LinkedOut -- oops, I mean "LinkedIn" -- as the mounting chorus of complaints about LI continues to skyrocket. These complaints range from the new user interface, to stifling user engagement, to a diminished publishing platform, to lack of customer service, etc. -- all of which add up to a horrible user experience and diminished brand loyalty. One would think the top brass at LI's ivory tower might show some concern and humility to their users about the conspicuous list of growing gaffes engulfing the platform. Rather, a countless number of once loyal LI users have instead been greeted by a purported reckless indifference to their legitimate concerns. Or in other words, given the finger by LI and told to buzz off. This simply makes bad business sense from any perspective. But when a social platform prioritizes monetizing a the literal and figurative expense user satisfaction this is the inevitable result. Again, the LI brass would be wise to break out their bubble, apologize to users and eat a piece of humble pie. Yet I don't expect this to happen any time soon, which is why so many social media users are fleeing LinkedIn for a better social experience. Fortunately, beBee has positively positioned itself to BEE at the right place at the right time as a promising alternative. In short, the future of beBee is growing brighter with each passing day.

Laurent Boscherini

hace 4 años #8

Thank you Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee for sharing your talented post. Several persons of my Li network had been erased for unknown reasons, including you ! Not easy to sail with a sinking ship even it looks like a supertanker and not a multi purpose vessel.

Jean-Yves Piton

hace 4 años #7

Amen to that Javier. 🐝

There were functions, as a writer, I heavily relied on with LI. They're gone. I can no longer accurately gauge my audience. I won't pay for what I can no longer get.

Gert Scholtz

hace 4 años #5

Javier \ud83d\udc1d beBee Good article Javier. I am sharing it across other social media platforms.

Great Post. I do agree here, its a Great article, Javier! Just shared with my class where I am teaching social media tips & a great Affinity site: Best in the world: www.beBee.com, Love it!! regards, Bill Stankiewicz

John White, MBA

hace 4 años #3

Great article, Javier! I am socializing it across the internet. Buzz on!!

Javier 🐝 CR

hace 4 años #2

Thanks Harvey Lloyd. More testimonials at https://www.bebee.com/producer/@javierbebee/testimonials-from-bebee-users

Harvey Lloyd

hace 4 años #1

The news of major change in LI is certainly a call out of their evolution in the wrong direction. More importantly it is the call for BeBee to understand the matrix of their discontent. BeBee stands at a crossroads of understanding the cause and effect model in social media. Keeping the masses happy is not an easy challenge. Just some thoughts about the future. People will pay a price for what they perceive as value. Given this thought social media, especially the affinity style, should consider the distillation of users through out a column of existence. Being able to maintain the column where different users with different needs can coexist is the structure needed. Considering social media as a shopping mall that has discount stores on one end of the column and high end shops at the other. Allowing the user to distill themselves through out the column (mall) will be the path to success. LI is looking for a specific range within the column where BeBee is wanting the whole column of users, affinity. Affinity sounds good but will require a determining process of distillation for its user base that allows for distinct groups too form within the larger group (Stores within the mall). People will pay for this distinction and the need for typical free/advertising set up will not be needed. The fee for service model will work if the distilled column represents the users needs and value points.

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