Has Linkedin Lost Its Lustre?

the-bizevangelistIT HAS BEEN the remarkable content and thoughtful engagement of each of the many loyal Members of our affiliated Linkedin Groups that has propelled us be regarded as the fastest growing and best Communities across all of Linkedin, encompassing in aggregate over 100,000 business professionals across 137 countries.

As a long-established Owner of these Groups, it’s disappointing that Group Owners were not consulted ahead of any of the recent Group Changes – certain of which will adversely impact quality standards for years to come. When combined with the ever-increasing list of Linkedin “technical” issues, SWAM and less than satisfactory Customer Support, the time has come for us to step up and push back.

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PLEASE HELP US HELP YOU

Opinion Yours CountsFor the “greater good” of all Linkedin Groups and Members, we ask that you take a few minutes to read, comment on and most importantly – SHARE the following Article across not only your Linkedin network & Groups, but ALL of your social media networks, as we need build all the visibility we can muster:

Has Linkedin Lost Its Lustre?

What do we expect to accomplish? We need the power of visibility to breakthrough Linkedin’s “wall of indifference” to capture their attention and a constructive dialogue. We’ve done it before. We need your help to do it again…[/message]

Meanwhile, be assured that our long-standing commitment towards providing top-quality content, coupled with diligent Group moderation remains firm. If not already a Member, we invite you to join our “flagship” Group here: BUSINESSMASTERS 360°

Thank you for your help in getting the word out!

Dennis J. Pitocco
Dennis J. Pitocco
DENNIS is the Founder, Publisher, and Editor-in-Chief of our award-winning business, culture, and lifestyle multimedia digest, serving as the global hub for enhanced performance and well-being. With an emphasis on action, our amazing writers empower people to transcend from knowing what to do to actually doing it. We are fueled by extraordinary thought leadership authored by some of the best and brightest minds from around the world. Today and every day, we simply deliver the very best Insights, Intelligence & Inspiration available anywhere. Period. Dennis is also Founder & Chief Encouragement Officer of GoodWorks 360°, our affiliated global nonprofit advisory service, dedicated to providing mission-critical pro bono services to good nonprofits worldwide. Read more about it here – Ready To Rise By Lifting Others?

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Massimo Scalzo

My father once told me that one day, during the war… during the occupation…he witnessed a scene … This happened after the Armistice… before the Americans’ arrival in 1943. There were four men, one guy was short and thin… the other three were Nazi soldiers, they were tall, stocky guys, with such a menacing attitude… they were threatening the short one… they didn’t want to listen to him… they didn’t want him to show some ID… they wanted to beat the hell out of him… You know… “Woe betide the defeated”… unfortunately… arrogance of winners … but… the short guy was not at all in agreement… To cut it short, a fight started… the big Nazi didn’t even have time to react… and got beat up real bad… you would not believe… The short guy was really really fast, and agile, but above all he was really really enraged and desperate.

This is just an allegorical story… but the (business) moral of the story is that when larger and more established organizations (who seemingly have all the advantages of strength, size and resources) decide to ignore their customers, which they regard as underdogs or “little people” they could get a nasty surprise. As it happened with David and Goliath. As for me, I never ignored my clients or customers… even when I worked with a large amount of them. I think I have to say no more. Thank you Dennis!

Editor

Great analogy here Massimo! David will prevail, my friend!

Massimo Scalzo

Thank you Dennis!

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