Yesterday I alluded to the danger of pruning LinkedIn Connections.
I could be wrong and outdated, but the way it used to work is this:
- You and I are connected.
- You decided to disconnect from me.
- YOU COULD NEVER, EVER RECONNECT WITH ME AGAIN.
If you are thinking about cleaning up your network, I would recommend you only disconnect from someone who you know you’ll never want to connect with again (a spammer, for example).
Unless LinkedIn has changed this, I’d say it’s better to have that contact there dormant then to shut off the communication channel forever.