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At 12:44pm on July 4, 2008, Jonathan Fest said…

We are connected through Linkedin and I hope to follow your postings on this platform. Following your ideas with regard to the blending of professional networks and social networks is particularly interesting to me.


At 10:05am on June 16, 2008, Alex Truchot said…
Thank you for accepting my invite. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance.
If you would like to join my LinkedIn network, I accept all invitations.
View Alex Truchot's profile on LinkedIn
At 11:28am on August 2, 2007, Michael Glenn said…
Tagged you!
At 5:40pm on August 1, 2007, jobboardguy said…
Thanks for the invite.

Pleasure to "meet" you.

Stay well.
At 10:13am on July 27, 2007, Bill Craib said…
Look forward to your thoughts - thanks for connecting
At 10:41am on July 25, 2007, Scott Sperling said…
thanks for the invite
At 9:41pm on July 18, 2007, Paul Jacobs said…
Thanks for adding me as your friend. You mention Web 3.0 in your profile - I'm familiar with the term Web 2.0, but am interested what Web 3.0 is?

At 6:39am on July 8, 2007, Ray van den Bel said…
Ray is a new web 2.0 professional and futurist who strongly beliefs that the internet is moving to a more personal and individual experience. Quality of the online communication and networking experience is getting better all the time. It is increasingly enabled by online availability of broadband and server-capacity. It will change the way we interact online and transform it into a really working personal and business communication tool instead of a mere information billboard.
It will enable us to show our inner-self, our personal or company communication style and to be very selective towards who we like to 'talk' with. We will build very targeted online communities with people using the same 'language' , the same communication styles just because we Can.

Self-consciousness and being 'present' (Tolle) is thus in his opinion not only the first step towards online profiling and success in the new web 2.0 era, but also essential towards true individual creativeness, collective strategic thinking and Leadership.
He has created the Open Networkers (opennetworkers.info) movement with that objective in mind for people who want to join him towards that goal. In less than a year, more than 13.000 online networkers have followed his example. Ray is currently busy writing a book about his vision in online networking and communication.

Ray advises and coaches companies and individual people to communicate and network effectively on Web 2.0 and web 3.0 in order to achieve that goal. More about Ray: www.vandenbel.com

N.B: I can create a network like this one for your company as well...just contact me: vandenbel@gmail.com My fees are published here.

Underneath are some decentralized Jobboard solutions which republish to popular jobboards and portal like LinkedIn, Mypsace and dozens of othet boards. Surely you can understand that is isn't only about Jobboards, use your imagination and see the potential to get your company noticed on the Internet...

ON US (red) and non US (blue) Jobs tools to publish your vacancy or expertise on LinkedIn, Myspace, SH and dozens of portals at one go for a small contribution.
At 10:20am on July 7, 2007, Teresa Ferrari said…
Hi Ray,

Thanks for inviting me to be your friend.

Teresa Ferrari
At 3:23pm on July 5, 2007, Linda Walston said…
Greetings Ray, thank you for the invite!
At 8:08am on July 4, 2007, sweat1951 said…
Hi Ray,
Thanks for the invite. I like your page.
At 1:06pm on July 3, 2007, Seema Gupta said…
Hi Ray,
Thanks for the invite & also for the tips on your page.
At 12:51pm on June 29, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Stop staring at me.
At 3:16am on June 29, 2007, Ray van den Bel said…
Tip: building a large candidate network...

Recruiters on portals like LinkedIn are always looking for ways to expand their network, because they know that they can only see the profiles of those who are in their network. Building up a quantity of contacts is thus very legitimate and necessary on LI. Here is a tip to do that in minutes:

1. Open a second LI account using a new Gmail or Yahoo mail email address
2. Go to the Open Networkers Yahoo group, the database there has an 'Invite me' list where several hundreds of Open Networkers have left their address and have stated that they would like to be invited to your network.
You can even export the whole list at once and upload it to your quantity LI network. If you want to know how to proceed towards a quality network from there on, please visit my website for information.

Next day you'll have several hundreds of new contacts in your first line connections on LI..
At 11:40pm on June 22, 2007, Achyut Menon said…
thank you for the invite. I am positive that we will see more 'global migration' of professionals -as companies battle in the 'war for talent'! Should you need any assistance in India, do feel free to reach out!!
At 1:13pm on June 22, 2007, Vinoo Raj said…
Hi Ray,

Thanks for the invite.

At 2:09pm on June 12, 2007, Brenda DePas said…
Your page here is very informitive... Thanks for the invite Ray.
At 7:52am on June 12, 2007, John Carlin said…
Thank you for the inventation.
At 9:52am on June 5, 2007, Lori W said…
Great! Thanks for the invite.
At 6:01pm on June 2, 2007, Jacob Share said…
Hey Ray, thanks for the invitation.

See you soon on http://jobmob.co.il/



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