Talk:Professional network service

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Defining Professional Network[edit]

(original comment removed from article page and placed here - Jimcripps (talk) 16:57, 15 August 2009 (UTC))

"( The source itself for the above entry is the WSJ. The WSJ article had no sources, so it was the work of a journalist )

I think the Professional Network Service is not what I was looking for when I surfed and wanted a professionally written, clean definition of the term PROFESSIONAL NETWORK, which took me to the above definition. I think there should be two categories of definition, below.

1. Professional Network by definition is the sharing of customer information to expand business opportunities and profitability across a spectrum of fellow professional specialties.

2. Professional Network Service is an internet based professional information sharing online database, usually supported by large server based information companies." - user:Humandefinition

Meaning of SNCR not explained[edit]

The text refers at several occasions to an organisation called SNCR which apparently stands for "society for new communications research". There is no wikipedia-page for this society and the reference is a presentation given by DiMauro and Bulmer in 2009. Maybe the text could be modified to: 'According to a survey conducted by the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR), there are at least nine online professional networks [...]' — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.110.110.4 (talk) 20:43, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

German language article[edit]

Hi, so far this links to the German article "Netzwerker" (networker), which is far from what this article talks about. Anyone up to creating a German-language article with me? Suggestion: de:Geschäftsnetzwerk (Internet) -- Horst-schlaemma (talk) 16:17, 25 January 2014 (UTC)