One of the limiting factors of Facebook is that you only get one degree of separation, while Linkedin gives you 3 degrees of Kevin Bacon.
Here’s why that matters….I have almost 20K first level connections on Linkedin, which gives me access to 22M+ members. On Facebook, I have over 3K first level connections, but that‘s all I can connect to. On Linkedin, you can grow your network if your connections grow theirs. Not so on Facebook – You have to grow your network all by yourself.
As Facebook has evolved, it has changed the ways you can grow your network.
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Become a fan of reCareered on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chicago-IL/reCareered/21126045429
Join Career Change Central on Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/1800872
Email your request to phil.reCareered@gmail.com to enroll in a free group teleseminar “Accelerate Your Job Search – tools you can use”.
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