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  1. grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork & job seekersjoin LinkedIn

    grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork &job seekers join
    LinkedIn
    I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. grate
    place for job seekers
    IT will help all of u getting job and making connection & Network with
    many peoples like HR, VP,PM.....of ORACLE,IBM,
    HCL,Google&MNC'S................

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/6/912/b82

  2. Re: grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork & job seekers join LinkedIn

    "rtripathi" wrote in
    >
    > grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork &job seekers join
    > LinkedIn
    > I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. grate
    > place for job seekers
    > IT will help all of u getting job and making connection & Network with
    > many peoples like HR, VP,PM.....of ORACLE,IBM,
    > HCL,Google&MNC'S................
    >
    > http://www.linkedin.com/pub/6/912/b82


    Um .... do you know anything about LinkedIn? It's a networking site, which
    means you're supposed to KNOW the people you connect to. Spamming a
    newsgroup of people you've never met is just .... weird.

    CC



  3. Re: grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork & job seekers join LinkedIn

    >Um .... do you know anything about LinkedIn? It's a networking site, which
    >means you're supposed to KNOW the people you connect to. Spamming a
    >newsgroup of people you've never met is just .... weird.


    It was posted from google-groups.

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  4. Re: grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork & job seekersjoin LinkedIn

    On Mon, 15 Sep 2008, Hal Murray wrote:

    >> Um .... do you know anything about LinkedIn? It's a networking site, which
    >> means you're supposed to KNOW the people you connect to. Spamming a
    >> newsgroup of people you've never met is just .... weird.

    >
    > It was posted from google-groups.
    >

    Come on, nobody's going to attack the very obvious? The guy can't
    spell, so what difference does any of the rest make? He can't be
    taken seriously simply because his subject header has errors.

    "Grate" should be "great".
    "there" should be "their"

    He also skipped a few spaces between words, though I'm not
    sure if that's sloppiness or his trying to compress a long
    subject into a more readable form. Of course, he should have
    used fewer words, but then people who use long subject
    headers tend to feel the subject speaks for itself rather
    than a lure to get people to read the message. Indeed,
    they may use a long subject header because they know few
    will look at the message, but maybe they'll see the spam
    in the subject header.

    Michael



  5. Re: grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork & job seekersjoin LinkedIn

    Hal Murray wrote:
    >> Um .... do you know anything about LinkedIn? It's a networking site, which
    >> means you're supposed to KNOW the people you connect to. Spamming a
    >> newsgroup of people you've never met is just .... weird.

    >
    > It was posted from google-groups.
    >

    And from India.

  6. Re: grate place for Professional want make thereNetwork & job seekersjoin Linke

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    lblanch@fastmail.fm (Larry Blanchard) writes:

    > Hal Murray wrote:
    >
    >>> Um .... do you know anything about LinkedIn? It's a networking site,
    >>> which means you're supposed to KNOW the people you connect to.
    >>> Spamming a newsgroup of people you've never met is just .... weird.

    >>
    >> It was posted from google-groups.

    >
    > And from India.


    And the spelling and grammar of the subject line are hardly
    professional.

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