It's a really great way to let the world know you're a creep.
Professional achievements highlighted on a Linked In profile have very little to do with if a person is looking for a relationship or not, or how they would be in a relationship if they were looking for one.
Because Linked In already feels a little like a dating site — you can add a photo, and it lets you see who viewed your profile — I decided to see if I could use it like one.
I had never put a photo on my Linked In profile before. Your looks shouldn't factor into your job qualifications, even though in the real, terrible world we live in, they obviously do.
We hope that the term "Russian women" does not offend our female members from other republics.Unlike a dating website or app like Match or Tinder, people are not signing up for Linked In for dating purposes, thus any dating propositions via the platform is unwanted sexual harassment.Imagine receiving an ambiguous business networking inquiry only to find out later it was actually a dating inquiry. A woman shamed a guy for making one such unwanted advance by posting a screenshot of the chat conversation, which ended up getting 22,700 likes.So you just have to go by photo hotness, kind of like on Tinder.Linked In does let you filter your search by location, so I could scope out the locals.