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21 Hidden LinkedIn Hacks Revealed

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Discover 21 LinkedIn secrets to save time and network more efficiently.

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21 Hidden LinkedIn Hacks Revealed

  1. 21 HIDDEN LINKEDIN HACKS Revealed
  2. You know the power of LinkedIn for
  3. You know the power of LinkedIn for sales prospecting
  4. You know the power of LinkedIn for finding a job
  5. You know the power of LinkedIn for hiring
  6. You know the power of LinkedIn for networking
  7. You know the power of LinkedIn for marketing
  8. But are you using these hidden LinkedIn hacks?
  9. Here are 21 tips, tricks, and hacks to make you a LinkedIn pro.
  10. Discover What Your Prospect Is Interested In
  11. 1)  Go to a connection’s profile. 2)  Mouse over the arrow next to the “endorse” button and click “View recent activity.” 3)  Get a digest of everything your prospect has been reading, sharing, commenting on, and liking recently.
  12. Hide Your Connections From Prying Eyes (read: your competition)
  13. 1)  Hover over your picture in the upper right corner, and click “Privacy & Settings.” 2)  Click the “Privacy” tab. 3)  Click “Who can see your connections.” 4)  Select “only you.”
  14. Sort Connections Into Groups
  15. 1)  Visit a connection’s profile. 2)  Click “tag” under the Relationship tag. 3)  Tag the connection with a specific group. 4)  Click “manage tags” to edit or delete existing tags, or “add new tag” to create new ones.
  16. Search a Customer’s Connections For Referrals
  17. 1)  Visit a connection’s profile. 2)  Click the number of connections they have. 3)  Click the magnifying glass. 4)  Search for potential referrals by job title or company.
  18. View 100 Profiles a Day
  19. 1)  View one profile to show up in the person’s “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” list (and show them you’re interested in talking). 2)  View 99 more.
  20. Get Found in Search with Keywords
  21. 1)  Choose a keyword or two the people you’re interested in meeting (prospects, recruiters, industry leaders, etc.) might search for. 2)  Insert in headline. 3)  Insert 3-4 times in summary. 4)  Insert anywhere else possible!
  22. Rearrange the Order of Your Groups
  23. 1)  Click on the “Interests” tab, and the “Groups” dropdown. 2)  Click the sprocket icon in the upper right corner. 3)  Reorder away!
  24. Use Boolean Search
  25. 1)  Search [term] AND [term] to surface profiles with both phrases. 2)  Search [term] OR [term] to surface profiles at least one of the keywords. 3)  Search [term] NOT [term] to find profiles that contain the first phrase but not the second. 4)  Search [“term”] to turn up results that contain the exact phrase.
  26. Find Out Exactly How Many Connections Someone Has
  27. 1)  Type in a person’s name in the top search bar and click the blue magnifying glass icon. 2)  Click on “500+” 3)  Check out the number of connections in the top left corner.
  28. Export Your Connections’ Email Addresses
  29. 1)  Hover over the “My Network” tab and click “Connections.” 2)  Click the gear icon on the top right corner. 3)  Under “Advanced Settings” click “Export LinkedIn Connections.” 4)  Choose your file type, and export.
  30. Message People You’re Not Connected To (no InMail required)
  31. 1)  Choose a group you’re a member of. 2)  Click the number of members under the group name. 3)  Click the envelope icon next to a member’s name.
  32. Turn Your Profile Edit Notifications Off
  33. 1)  Mouse over your profile picture in the top right corner and click “Privacy & Settings.” 2)  Click the “Privacy” tab. 3)  Click “Sharing profile edits.” 4)  Change “Yes” to “No.”
  34. Automate Your Group Posts
  35. 1)  Find a particularly active LinkedIn group. 2)  Use an app like Followed (paid) to automate posts at set intervals. 3)  Become known as an industry resource and thought leader within the group (eventually!).
  36. Disable “People Also Viewed” (keep those viewers on your page!)
  37. 1)  Hover over your profile picture in the top right corner and click “Privacy & Settings.” 2)  Click the “Privacy” tab. 3)  Click “Viewers of this profile also viewed.” 4)  Uncheck the box.
  38. Find Prospects You Already Have Something in Common With
  39. 1)  Enter the URL www.linkedin.com/alumni 2)  Click the “change university” dropdown to search any alumni. 3)  Filter by industry, location, skills, company, major, and more.
  40. Customize Your Connection Request on a Mobile Device
  41. 1)  Click on a person’s profile. 2)  Click on the menu icon at the top right of the screen. 3)  Click “Personalize invite.” 4)  Personalize your request.
  42. Reorganize Your Endorsements
  43. 1)  Click into the edit profile view. 2)  Click the arrow button next to the “Skills & Endorsements” section. 3)  Drag and drop your skills into the correct order, and hit save.
  44. View LinkedIn profile information in Gmail
  45. 1)  Download Rapportive. 2)  Open Gmail. 3)  Rejoice in the fact that ads have been replaced by the LinkedIn information of the person you’re emailing.
  46. Set a Reminder to Follow Up with Someone
  47. 1)  Click “Reminder” under your connection’s picture. 2)  Set a custom alarm.
  48. Get New Leads Emailed Directly to You
  49. 1)  Enter your search specifications and click enter. 2)  Click “Save search” in the upper right corner. 3)  Set the frequency of how often you want new search results emailed to you.
  50. Add More Than One Twitter Account to Your Profile
  51. 1)  Hover over your profile picture in the top right corner and click “Privacy & Settings” 2)  Click “Twitter settings.” 3)  Choose “add another Twitter account.”
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