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Dave Cortright

Heh. Lisa Brewster has a Zivity policy.

Lisa Brewster

I suppose you could call it a policy, but the Zivity section mainly serves as a place for me to record why the currently provided tools don't lead to effective communication. The site is still in beta, so this is valuable feedback to the product team.

B Riley

For me I look at LinkedIn as more of a tool. I don't feel like I could benefit by having a contact who won't even know who I am when I contact them.

Facebook I am only going to accept from "friends" or acquaintances that are social. I tend to be more open and honest there, and I don't necessarily want every one of my professional colleagues knowing what I'm reading or what I might do in my spare time.

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