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Linkedinese, the language of Linkedin, on Brandergy.com is a networking and discussion group focused on building professional Linkedin networks...

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Linkedinese

Linkedin: The Early Years

Vincent Wright,
Brandergist
 | Brandergy.com

My Linkedin Power Forum is a networking and discussion group about building professional social media networks at ultimate "networker speed". The operative word is speed, not carelessness. - Meaning, openness, not recklessness.

To maximize social networking power and to do so OPENLY - at networker speed - there are problems we must address:

#1. Don't build in the dark.

#2. Don't build without a vision.

#3. Don't build too fast NOR too slow.

#4. Don't build without a written plan.

#5. Don't build without profiting./p>

You can build at "networker speed" on "My Linkedin Power Forum", as long as you:

1. consider our 5 recommendations,
2. introduce yourself to the group,
3. DISCUSS your needs

I was fortunate to create and run a Yahoo-based group focused on Linkedin from February 2005-February 2012.
The group was originally called "My Linkedin Power Forum"...
Between February 2005 and September 2007, we were blessed to have Linkedin's founders as our members (Reid HoffmanKonstantin Guericke, etc.) as well as numerous Linkedin employees covering privacy, member issues, technical issues, and development|innovation, etc.
 
At its height between February 2005 and September 2007, 8-9,000 members of My Linkedin Power Forum were generating up to 1,700 discussion posts per month.
After 7 years of my running it, the group is now closed but, if you're doing research on the early years of Linkedin, you may wish to reference some of the 49,000+ messages in the archives of My Linkedin Power Forum at:
(FYI: www.MyLinkedinPowerForum.com now points to a subgroup on Brandergy.com)

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+Thanks, and Keep STRONG!!

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Comment by Vincent Wright on February 25, 2017 at 3:35pm

The best thing is not to become the best but, to become better. (When the best can't become better, they start to decline...)

Comment by Vincent Wright on January 18, 2016 at 11:51pm

When an original thinker shows up, the expert gets confused. #Oh

Comment by JobSeekers on July 16, 2015 at 5:02pm
Comment by Brandergy on June 13, 2014 at 5:36pm

Martha Sue:

I grant that you're NOW a golf expert and I hope you live a life long enough to see ME become one (a long, long, LONG, long time from now! lol)

Comment by Martha Sue Yeary on June 13, 2014 at 4:43pm

Vincent ... in pondering the term "EXPERT" and applying that word to golf ... or any other profession ... I believe if you know what others know about the "subject" ... however you have a very unique way of passing on your knowledge to others ... SO THEY GET IT ... you are an Expert in your field ... and an Expert Educator!  Wahooooo!  Can't wait for your exciting changes in your own golf game ... my friend!  Remember B.I.O.N.I.C. Golf Pro is dedicated to inspiring "Golf-Confidence" through eliminating fear and turning “I Can’t” into “I CAN!”

Comment by Vincent Wright on February 18, 2014 at 8:12pm

HAHAHA - Cool Beans, John! COOL BEANS, INDEED! 

#KeepSTRONG!

Comment by John Chang on February 18, 2014 at 8:04pm

Phew! Glad we got these cleared up - okay, back to amazing connections!

Comment by Vincent Wright on February 18, 2014 at 7:33pm

John, my friend,

No apologies necessary - AT ALL! 

Whenever we have a chance to converse, I relish every word of our conversations.  And, too, I ALWAYS learn something in all the threads in which we participate... (Still happily astonished at a blog post of yours you shared in one of our last conversations...)

#KeepSTRONG, John!

+Vincent

Comment by John Chang on February 18, 2014 at 6:50pm

Just noticed I misspelled your name, Lesley - my apologies.

Vincent, my apologies if I came across as diminishing your discussion of the word "guru"  - your words always carry an inspired light, if not command our respect and attention!

If anything, I just wanted to emphasize that the worse guru's are those who believe they "know it all" - someone who knows and appreciates what they don't know is a true teacher!

And Lao Tzu said that the ultimate leader is a true teacher.

Comment by Vincent Wright on February 17, 2014 at 9:37am

For me, Melissa, you hit it right on the head with this: "...we just strive to provide value."

By the way: you and your family are moving to a great place where you NEVER want to be called late for dinner: HOUSTON! :-)

 

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