Hurray! I Have One of the Top 1% most viewed LinkedIn Profiles

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I just got this email from LinkedIn about my profile (that's http://www.linkedin.com/in/kekline in clear text).

Hi Kevin,

Recently, LinkedIn reached a new milestone: 200 million members. But this isn't just our achievement to celebrate— t's also yours.

I want to personally thank you for being part of our community. Your journey is part of our journey, and we're delighted and humbled when we hear stories of how our members are using LinkedIn to connect, learn, and find opportunity.

All of us come to work each day focused on our shared mission of connecting the world's professionals to make them more productive and successful. We're excited to show you what's next.

With sincere thanks,

Deep Nishar

Senior Vice President, Products & User Experience

P.S. What does 200 million look like? See the infographic

What does that mean? Two things: 1) that the much more famous actor of the same name is not very good at social media, and 2) I'm better at social media than I thought.  

It means one more thing - I should be grateful for your support and interest. THANK YOU! Please let me know what else I can do to help you grow in your SQL Server technology skills, database & SQL skills, and IT leadership & professional development path.  

-Kevin

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on Feb 11, 2013
You were great in "A Fish Called Wanda!" ;) Very entertaining post - how did I get here? I got the same email saying top 10%. Naturally, my curiosity got me into a little ad-hoc social media and search data mining -- according to their infographic, the U.S has more members than all other countries combined -- so I was pretty interested in "the spread", so to speak. Well, with just "Hurray! I have" typed into Google, you had popped up into the #1 spot. 3) You are an SEO master. Cheers. :)

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