LinkedIn to Retire “LinkedIn Answers”

LinkedInThe company introduced LinkedIn Answers in 2007. The product let you post a question to your network (including second-level connections) and let other LinkedIn users provide answers. Questioners could rank the best answers and the person who provided the best answers would carry more weight for future Answers.

LinkedIn officially retires the Quora type service on Jan. 31.
Instead you may want to try:

– LinkedIn Groups.
Connect with professionals in the same industry or with similar interests.
It’s a great way to share knowledge, experience and best practices.

– LinkedIn Status Updates.
Ask questions, post news and content, and comment on other posts.
Your audience will be limited to connections.

Need help developing your social media strategy?
Contact Lori at 877.447.0134, lberson@BersonDeanStevens.com

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