Most readers of these posts read them through “Linkedin.” During an American health & financial crisis, you might want to post your articles in both places. Connecting with those in ministry may prove helpful! I find that Linkedin connects you with many more people who are linked to many other people who are in ministry — active and retired.
I made the decision to accept only invitations from those who are in ministry — pastors, Christian colleges and universities, and para-church organizations. I find it better to link-up with those who have an interest in preaching and teaching — most are pastors. That group composes the overwhelming bulk of my “linkedins.”
There will be a few, not many, who are in business and want to promote their insurance or marketing business with you. If those asking to “linkin” have not gone to a Christian college-university or are not associated somewhere in their info page with a Chrisitan ministry (attended Christian-College-University-of”), I generally click “ignore” rather than “accept.”