Unlinking A LinkedIn Connection(s)

Someone visited my LinkedIn profile today and that prompted me to visit theirs which is where I discovered they had unlinked us.

It was odd to me because I haven’t the foggiest idea why they did it and if you asked I would tell you it kind of bothers me.

Not sure why it does, but it made me wonder why.

I could reach out and ask them why they decided to go this route, but I probably won’t.

There is no need or reason for me to engage in a conversation about it.

They aren’t someone I work with now or do business with and chances are slim we will in the future.

So it is more of a networking thing but I can’t say this will help or hurt that.

Just sort of odd.

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4 Comments

  1. Mitch Mitchell December 15, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    I drop people all the time, and I’ve had people drop me. I don’t know a single person who’s dropped me because I don’t care, and right now I couldn’t tell you more than 2 or 3 people I’ve dropped because I don’t care. Sometimes that’s just how it goes, even within your own industry.

  2. Larry December 6, 2017 at 7:18 pm

    You’re getting soft Steiner.
    Seriously, why should this bother you? It doesn’t sound like you ever really knew the person.
    The other person was probably doing a purge and realized, like you, that the connection was not there.
    Move on.

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