We, the undersigned users of LinkedIn, call on LinkedIn to act in a responsible, open, transparent, and responsive way.
In particular, we demand the following:
1. LinkedIn must deliver on its promise of one business day service to business account customers.
2. LinkedIn must address significant service unavailability issues for all users that have plagued the service for six months now, since October 2007. LinkedIn will provide a plan to resolve this problem, the current status of service availability, and regular updates on its progress in correcting the problem.
3. LinkedIn must restore the filtered view of all pending Introductions sent by the user. LinkedIn limits the number of simultaneous Introductions. That makes it critical for users to view such Introductions so they can be managed and withdrawn if needed. LinkedIn removed this functionality in November.
4. Linked must stop removing features that make it harder for its more active members to use the service.
Sponsored by the letters \'L\' and \'I\', as well as:
> The DallasBlue Business Network - http://DallasBlue.com
> Our MyLink family of LinkedIn services - http://MyLinkFamily.com
> The MyLink500 top and open networker directory - http://MyLink500.com
> The MyLinkGroups LinkedIn group directory - http://MyLinkGroups.com
And the troublemaker here, I\'m Marc Freedman, your LinkDaddy - http://MyLinkDaddy.com . Sure, send me a LinkedIn invitation at http://Invite.MyLinkDaddy.com .
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