Top Recommended People - Group Rules
The Top Recommended People (TRP) Group Rules
These are the current TRP Group Rules:
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August 31st, 2009
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1. The minimum number of recommendations for Top Recommended People (TRP) (10) and its subgroups Gold (25), Platinum (100) and Elite
(500) must be displayed on your LinkedIn™ profile at all times, unless an exception is approved by a group manager for just cause.
2. Posts to the Discussion Queue must be discussion items - that is, soliciting membership comment. They are not a place to post
advertisements, resumes, or for linking up solicitations. No promotional posts of any kind including free offers and webinar announcements are
to be placed in the Discussion queue.
3. The Discussion Queue is not to be used to drive traffic to a website or blog. The discussion item must stand alone as a discussion item,
independent of the information provided in the website or blog.
4. All outgoing marketing attempts, product or service solicitations, blog invitations, business offers, webinar and training offers, news, and links
to external websites need to be posted under the new Promotions Tab. It is the posting member’s responsibility to move their items that do not
meet the Discussion queue criteria to Promotions.
5. Blanket linking up solicitations can only be posted in the Open Networkers subgroup of TRP.
6. Solicitation for members to join other groups is generally discouraged. Only a group manager may permit these postings under certain
7. Please respect fellow members’ opinions or positions. You do not have to agree with them, but you must respect their right to have a
8. Discussion topics or comments should be devoid of politics, religion, off-color, or overtly hostile or antagonistic comments.
9. Please do not use the group to spam other people.
10. By joining the group, you agree to be contacted via email by the group managers for group related activities.
11. Violation of the LinkedIn User Agreement will be considered grounds for removal from the group, even if LinkedIn does not act. The
LinkedIn user agreement can be found here:
12. Violation of any of these rules will be considered grounds for removal from the group.
13. Any activity that could be construed as damaging to the group, the members or the TRP Brand will also be grounds for removal.