Seeing who has viewed your profile on LinkedIn piques your interest and very often results in you clicking on that person’s profile.
Why should this matter?
Well, on LinkedIn we want to tip the algorithm in our favor and get LinkedIn to place our profile in front of more people, and one way to do that is by getting more people to connect with you without you reaching out to them.
So, the answer is to get more people to connect with you and request that you join their network!
There are two methods to go about this.
Firstly, we can use a chrome add-on called LinkClump. This tool opens up as many LinkedIn profiles as are on your page, thereby alerting them that you have looked at their profile.
The second hack is to use OctopusCRM which is also a chrome add-on but it’s much more sophisticated and has a more targeted approach to this tactic. OctopusCRM is a paid tool but it is worth every penny in my opinion.
This tactic should be considered as being an additional step with regard to your overall lead generation strategy.
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