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Spud Smart Joins Social Media Website LinkedIn


To help stay connected, Spud Smart has made the jump to LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a platform where we feel we can continue to connect with a broader audience and share new forms of content.

“We’re always looking for more ways to connect with our readers, and as we look at the evolving social media world we thought LinkedIn was a good fit,” says Ashley Robinson, editor of Spud Smart.

Did you know that LinkedIn has over 900 million registered accounts. This includes anyone from professionals to businesses and institutions large and small, news organizations to cultural hubs and more.

“Check us out on LinkedIn for more of the in-depth content we post on our website!” says Robinson.

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