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(From The Economic Times)
For most people, managing the mountain of spam in their inboxes is a wretched task.So the temptation, upon spying a mass e-mail from a friend inviting chums to join an "online business networking" site, is to hit delete.
That would be a mistake, at least according to a growing number of lawyers, entrepreneurs and assorted other business people who are productively schmoozing online.
A crop of business-networking firms - LinkedIn is the most popular - that let individuals mine the connections of friends-of-friends online, has sprung up in the past three years. After a quiet start, their e-mails are becoming ubiquitous. The …