Too often nowadays, we see LinkedIn subscribers posting content on LinkedIn such as math questions, riddles or irrelevant content.
The number of times, I am scrolling through my newsfeed and I see such a content, LinkedIn is supposed to be a PROFESSIONAL NETWORK not a SOCIAL NETWORK.
LinkedIn is a place where professionals engage with one another in order to openly express ideas, organise meetups and to discuss the latest technologies and how they are going to be beneficial in the future. IT is not a place where we should be posting math problems that have no relevance what-so-ever.
So please, keep LinkedIn professional and post your social content where it is supposed to be, on Facebook
Facebook was created to be a casual social platform: a place to post things that interest, inspire or amuse you; a place to make new acquaintances and reconnect with friends and family members, and a space to share important news. In the meantime LinkedIn became popular as a network designed specifically for professionals and companies. We soon discovered that becoming a notable presence on LinkedIn held some serious benefits. With such a credit to your name you can convince companies to hire you, your boss to promote you and other businesses to buy from you. For these purposes, LinkedIn proved itself to be not only useful but invaluable. Ultimately, utilising LinkedIn as we do Facebook will not benefit anyone. People might stare at you initially, but no one will approach you to talk shop.