Feb 12 • 16M

One individual has decided to delete their LinkedIn account forever

Jerzy and Gosia explore the reasons behind this unusual move and what it means for the future.

 
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In today's digital age, LinkedIn has become a staple platform for professionals to network and showcase their brand. However, one individual has decided to delete their LinkedIn account forever.

In this episode of the Digital Pragmatism podcast, Jerzy and Gosia explore the reasons behind this unusual move and what it means for the future.

  • Why leave LinkedIn?

  • What kind of unsolicited messages did the individual receive on LinkedIn?

  • Did the network on LinkedIn provided any valuable opportunities?

  • Why is it better to have more control on what we publish on our own website?

  • Can using LinkedIn make you feel better?

  • What’s the proportion of success stories vs true stories on LinkedIn?

  • What about describing failures on LinkedIn?

  • Is leaving LinkedIn a mainstream move?

  • Does failure should be acknowledged and not disguised as a success story?