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Why LinkedIn Is the One Good Social Network

What the professional social network gets right. And what others can learn from it.

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LinkedIn is something of an enigma as a social network. Despite its massive size — nearly 800 million members — it isn’t filled with the same type of misinformation, trolls, and engagement-baiting algorithms that define its peers. The tone on LinkedIn…




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