LinkedIn has been accused of being an opportunistic company, with its marketing platform, which makes it easy to connect with other people with the same interests, being touted as an alternative to social networks.
The article is written by Amit Singh, who is currently the CEO of LinkedIn.
In an article titled How to Avoid Being branded an Opportunist, Amit Singh states that the LinkedIn platform is an attractive alternative to other social networks like Facebook, because it’s more secure, it’s less risky and its users have access to more people, who can be more responsive to your messages.
He also says that LinkedIn’s users will be more likely to reply to your post and are more likely give feedback.
However, this article is not the first time that LinkedIn has made headlines for being a controversial social network.
In February, it was also accused of facilitating child abuse and pedophilia.
The company also came under fire for the company’s use of the word ‘hater’.
The article was written by an Indian-origin journalist who is also an advocate for social media transparency.
In the article, Amit describes LinkedIn as “an easy way to connect to others who share similar interests, and who also like the same things, without being tagged as opportunists.”
He goes on to state that LinkedIn users have a better experience on LinkedIn because of the fact that “no matter what your interests are, there are a variety of people that you can reach out to on LinkedIn.”
The writer further states that “the more people that are connected, the better.”
The article states that people who post to LinkedIn have an “unrivalled chance of being identified as an opportunists” because of their lack of ethics and lack of understanding of how other people see their interests.
However, the writer adds that “there is a wide spectrum of people and people can be very different.”
He also points out that LinkedIn does not appear to be a tool to “lose friends,” because people can “become the friends of their own, even when they disagree with each other.”
The writer then goes on by describing LinkedIn as an “easy way to share your interests with others,” but it does not provide a way for users to reach out for support.
He goes on, however, to explain that if a user is having a difficult time communicating with others, then they can easily find people to talk to who can “offer more insight.”
In a comment section of the article on Medium, Amit writes, “This is one of the reasons why we are creating this tool.
We have seen how the social network community has been flooded with so many profiles of people who are seeking support.
The most difficult part is finding a person to talk with who has the ability to help.”
However, he goes on add that he has “no plans to change LinkedIn in the near future.”
The LinkedIn article has been shared nearly 2 million times on the platform, with the comment section already having nearly 7,000 comments.
Some users are claiming that the article is false, with many claiming that LinkedIn is an ethical company and that it does indeed provide support for its users.
The company has also been accused by several users of being a misogynistic and racist platform.
In March, the platform’s co-founder, Reid Hoffman, said that the company does not “accept harassment and hate speech” on its platform.
However the author goes on tell that “all our users are welcome and that we have been very clear that we do not tolerate hate speech or harassment, even if that’s coming from our own community.”
He then goes onto explain that the platform is “an inclusive platform” and that they are “looking forward to a day where we will see a world in which the people who want to join us are also the people that want to meet others who want us to meet them.”
Read next: How to get your startup to scale in India