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December 08, 2009


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Janet Barclay

Karri, now that you've refreshed my memory, I remember there were a lot of spammy types on there. You could set it so only friends could write on your wall, but then you closed yourself off from growing your network (unless you wanted the paid version, of course.)

Thank you, Sam - that means a lot coming from you!

Sam Diener

Quite interesting!

Thanks for an awesome read!

Sam Diener

Karri Flatla

I've often wondered about Ryze too. And like you, I haven't updated my profile in ages. One thing that turned me off of Ryze was the lack of quality. The network in general was dominated by a type of "evangelist" that really turned me off. I just wasn't getting anything out of it anymore; though I'm not sure much really came out of it for me to begin with. Harsh but true.

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