When I first joined LinkedIn, I joined kicking and screaming. I was so uninterested in a social media platform that only existed for young professionals to post humble brags. Surprisingly, I kind of got addicted to LinkedIn during my post-grad job search. I would try and connect with every person I had ever met to pursue 500+ connections. It was the only place I looked for jobs during my last semester of college, and I have no regrets about that. I was a full-tilt LinkedIn user, and I was not ashamed.
The only thing I didn’t like about LinkedIn was making posts. The only LinkedIn posts I’ve ever done were announcing a new job because I couldn’t bear to post motivational content. I’m not that level of cringe. The only people I follow on LinkedIn are Karamo Brown and Suze Orman because although they post typical LinkedIn posts, they do not post cringe. If you are in the mood for some corny LinkedIn posts by the worst kind of influencer, you’ve come to the right place.