Or, do you wish LinkedIn returned to its original state, a professional networking platform?
Once utilized primarily as a professional database, LinkedIn has become inundated with puzzles, open networking requests, and other "junk" posts that are becoming hard to sift through.
With over 200 million active users, the networking giant has fallen victim to the same issues other social channels such as Facebook have been facing for the last few years. This over-posting makes it difficult for candidates to be noticed and for recruiters to find the quality data they need.
Fortunately, LinkedIn junk posters can easily be "hidden" from newsfeeds.
For those doing the posting, consider these questions before commenting on or sharing LinkedIn spam:
For more information on LinkedIn spam, see our article on Overpost Syndrome.