Retweets, Likes, +1s, +Ks, repins, and now LinkedIn Endorsements. Which one is cheapest?
At first given LinkedIn’s credibility as a professional social network, one would think Likes, +Ks and retweets (see my TweetEsteem issues) would be lesser forms of social currency.
But as you dive deeper into LinkedIn Endorsements you see how easily they can be given without thought or consideration.
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Rohit Bhargava and Aaron Strout at SxSW
Friend, fellow Washingtonian and author Rohit Bhargava released his second book Likeonomics this month. Continuing a tradition of celebrating friends’ books on this blog, I’m giving away five copies of Likeonomics to the best answers/comments to this question posed by Rohit:
“The biggest question that I had to tackle in the book was this: Does likeability really matter that much? Isn’t the quality of a product, service or idea really the most important thing?”
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