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A summary of this series.

Since reading Andy Foote’s breaking news July 2nd about a LinkedIn connection’s new ability to unsubscribe from a post in the Notifications panel (thanks much, Andy!), I decided to do what I do best: research, read the concerns, and brainstorm for a solution or two. This post is a summary of my thoughts and what I think might help resolve the problem. Each point is a link back to my blog article so you can read them when your time allows (inbound marketing strategy!).

  1. Subscribe option rather than opting-in everyone and creating an unsubscribe link.
  2. Posting frequency: This is not Facebook!
  3. Solutionist vs. complaining.

Now it’s your turn! What other solutions can you think of? LinkedIn, what are your thoughts? If you have any thoughts or suggestions, please post here or on my linked articles (listed above). NOTE: I fully understand this is a major problem for many people, so please keep comments to a professional manner. Let’s get the conversation going!

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Written by Lisa Raymond

Lisa Raymond

Lisa Raymond is the owner of Visibly Media LLC, a marketing company specializing in social media and inbound marketing strategies. She has 20+ years background in print and website graphic design. Lisa is a member of the Social Media Marketing Society, AmSpirit Business Connections, and Toastmasters International. Lisa is a fanatic about sharing new ideas & tips about social media to business owners and has given presentations at both The Hive @ Central in Phoenix and THINKspot! in Mesa, as well as presented about social media to Toastmasters District 3. Lisa has been married to the love of her life, Michael, for over 25 years; she is a mom of 4 (two still at home, one a proud Marine!), and is a proud grandma of a beautiful granddaughter and grandson! Lisa is THE QUEEN in her realm of organized chaos!