Why is LinkedIn popular right now?

Because Linked In has now included a feature where you can update your Twitter status from its website. (as of November 10 at 12:29 UTC)
Category: | Trend originated by @undefined | Most recent: June 13 at 14:10 UTC | First appearance: December 10 at 19:55 UTC | Last defined: November 10 at 12:29 UTC | Permalink
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Feb
6
Could you please repeat that? breadth accutane 30 days curt People may well laugh and scoff at this — but only this week, China, India and Japan have all entered into massive currency swap arrangements in order to avoid the the vagaries of the selfish and lazy dollar. This action is very harsh comment on the trade dollar and, of course, represents a deliberate downward accrual purchase-rate of US Treasuries from three of the biggest Mercantilists on the planet. This action will of course affect America’s much needed free credit/debt supply from foreign nations as a much needed surrogate for a proper trade surplus. So if America cannot successfully counter and up this rate of purchase of her Treasuries, then I am afraid that the days of the US Dollar as the untouchable world reserve hegemon are now sadly numbered.
Defined by @Donnell via web February 6 at 16:44 UTC
Jan
28
Very Good Site Atorvastatin Cost Businesses added a bit less to their stockpiles and exports did not grow as fast as previously thought. These downward revisions were balanced by slightly stronger spending by state and local governments.
Defined by @Tobias via web January 28 at 09:15 UTC
Jun
6
6.5 million LinkedIn passwords have been leaked. 300,000 of the associated accounts have been hacked. Change your LinkedIn password.
Defined by @willconley777 via What the Trend June 6 at 16:44 UTC
Jun
6
Because LinkedIn just launched a feature where you can update your twitter status from its website and vice-versa. PLUS you will be able to have your tweets appear on your LinkedIn profile.
Defined by @willconley777 via What the Trend June 6 at 16:43 UTC
Apr
27
ComScore just released a social networking study which shows that the highest Twitter and LinkedIn penetration in the world is in the Netherlands.
Defined by @MaikelZwey via web April 27 at 10:13 UTC
Apr
27
ComScore just released a social networking study which shows that the highest Twitter and LinkedIn penetration in the world is in the Netherlands.
Defined by @MaikelZwey via web April 27 at 10:12 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because LinkedIn just launched a feature where you can update your twitter status from its website and vice-versa. PLUS you will be able to have your tweets appear on your LinkedIn profile.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 10 at 23:14 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because LinkedIn just launched a feature where you can update your twitter status from its website and vice-versa. PLUS you will be able to have your tweets appear on your LinkedIn profile.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 10 at 23:14 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because LinkedIn will soon include a feature where you can update your twitter status from its website. PLUS you will be able to have your tweets appear on your LinkedIn profile.
Defined by @AmyStark via web November 10 at 22:12 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because LinkedIn has now included a feature where you can update your Twitter status from its website.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 10 at 17:40 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because Linked In has now included a feature where you can update your Twitter status from its website.
Defined by Anonymous via web November 10 at 12:29 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because Linked In has now included a feature where you can update your Twitter status from its website.
Defined by @nwjerseyliz via web November 10 at 10:04 UTC
Nov
10
+11 months
Because Linked in is the sole place over the internet where you can be real :-)
Defined by Anonymous via web November 10 at 09:52 UTC

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