I had heard some positive opinions on LinkedIn, but I don't want to join yet. It seems, however, that unless you're a member you can't ask them to stop contacting you, or if you do send them a request, they assume you are a member. Here is the sorry tale: May 7 From: Mr Linkee (I 'know' him)
> To: [email@example.com] From: firstname.lastname@example.org] Subject: Invitation to connect on LinkedIn I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. - L
May 7 From MM to Linkee
No thank you - I don't use LinkedIn. Regards Margaret Marks
May 10 From: Mr Linkee
Reminder about your invitation from Mr Linkee LinkedIn This is a reminder that on May 7, Mr Linkee sent you an invitation to become part of his or her professional network at LinkedIn. Follow this link to accept Mr Linkee’s invitation. https://www.linkedin.com/e/..... Signing up is free and takes less than a minute. The only way to get access to Mr Linkee’s professional network on LinkedIn is through the following link: https://www.linkedin.com/e/... You can remove yourself from Mr Linkee’s network at any time. LinkedIn Survey Invitation
One more reminder came. May 16 From MM
Hi L ... Would you please please arrange to stop sending me invitations to LinkedIn? Thanks!
May 16 From: Mr Linkee
Hi Margaret, How many invites have you had from Linkedin? I only joined them nine days ago.
May 18 From helpful LinkedIn member on mailing list:
Margaret, Based on your question, I sent a support request to LinkedIn. They have responded, and you might be interested (see below). The problem is, they don't say how a non-member should contact them. I'll ask. In the meantime, I suggest that you write to - email@example.com - firstname.lastname@example.org and/or - email@example.com ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== Member By Web Form (.. ...Zum vollständigen Artikel