Be smart; say, “thank you” when you’re invited to someone’s LinkedIn network It’s well worth repeating the importance of showing your gratitude for being inviting to someone’s network, especially if you’ve received a thoughtful, personalized note–not the default message LinkedIn provides. In a previous post on my web site, I ranted about how sending a thoughtful invite on LinkedIn, instead of the “cold,” “lazy,” “uninviting” default message, is necessary to make a good impression on the potential connection. Now I’d like to remind those who have received the proper invite to say, “Thank you.” If you receive an invitation...Read More
Author: Bob McIntosh
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