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Jokes on Linkedin - Yay or Nay?

I think they give Boomers a laugh and Zoomers a chance to imitate Boomers in the comments

Would you post jokes on your Linkedin?
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CoorsKing
WR Officer
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King of the Coors Knights
Personally, I use LinkedIn strictly as a professional network. I prospect and connect with customers, prospects, and partners on there. I want to be perceived as professional by both those I currently sell to, as well as those I am trying to sell to. I will post the jokes on some other social media.
BigCheese
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Agency Recruiter | Coors Knight
With you all the way here. All my posts are in regards to my company, my industry, and my work. My comments are the same. The furthest I go in any social sense is to congratulate connections on new roles/ promotions.Β 

Proper punctuation, no LOLs, etc. I'm here to do business, not shoot the shit.
BigCheese
Notorious Answer
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Agency Recruiter | Coors Knight
Keep it on Facebook - LinkedIn has turned into FB that is now painful to stay engaged upon yet still necessary solely for business purposes. I don't use LinkedIn for jokes, memes, clout, etc. nor do I enjoy seeing any of that cluttering my feed.
CaneWolf
Politicker
+12
Call me what you want, just sign the damn contract
I don't post jokes on LinkedIn because posting shit on LinkedIn is generally a waste of time. I'll post only if it helps me, my employer or somebody in my network.
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