May 2 Posted 2 years ago
I disagree. LinkedIn groups have become so frustrating - near useless. It's all blasted content, very little moderation, and even less actual discussion. I'm looking for a way to filter through all that nonsense but it just seems impossible. Why can't people just post legit topics for discussion in groups? If you add some value, group members will follow or connect with you... then they'll see your content because they actually value your expertise. And the few worthwhile discussions in the groups wont be bogged down by self-promotional garbage.
Groups are broken. This is why.
Dec 20 Posted 2 years ago
Great advice, Stephanie! Especially like your insight about the human factor (LinkedIn group moderators) unintentionally helping to stagger your posts so they don't all appear at once.
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