I’m sure the majority of the female population on Linked In can relate to what I am about to write! By the standards of our botoxed, fake-boobied western-world, I am probably average at best. I definitely need a new one and have vowed to get more photos this summer!
If I had half the amount of power that the men of Linked In gave me, I’d probably be running the country. However, I seem to possess this online presence on Linked In that I don’t possess in real life. I stumble across many articles on Linked In based around the topic of the profile picture.
If I were single, Linked In would be a pretty decent breeding ground in which to prowl for a potential new suitor (sarcasm).
In good humour I thought I’d share a small selection of my favourites to date: 1.
Moreover, long distance calling rates usually applied for out-of-towners, so many Bulletin Boards were locals-only affairs that in turn spurred local in-person gatherings.
And voila, just like that, suddenly the antisocial had become social. Though the technology of the time restricted the flexibility of these systems, and the end-user’s experience, to text-only exchanges of data that crawled along at glacial speed, BBSes continued to gain popularity throughout the ‘80s and well into the ‘90s, when the Internet truly kicked into gear.
” ~Unknown I saw a brilliant TED talk the other day.
Allison Graham gave us great insights as to why social media is making us unsocial.However, I draw a line at pictures of your entire family. There are times when it is offensive to me, that a person’s skills and commercial capabilities are overlooked in such an overt way.There appears to be widespread, under-appreciation for professional content on Linked In.That was all that mattered at school because everyone was far too immature to know any different! I definitely was not one of the so-called “popular girls”.I didn’t really come into my own until I reached Sixth Form.I had a message from one man on Linked In last week which actually stated “anything you say I will do”. In my opinion, I don’t think there’s a right or wrong picture for Linked In.