There are many ways to attract other people’s attention on LinkedIn. You can try posting high-quality content related to your business or industry in order to passively attract more people to your profile. A more direct approach is to send them a connection request or an invite. These actions can help you expand your network in the long run, because you are putting it out there that people are welcome to connect with you. Otherwise, people might not even know you exist.
But another effective way to attract people’s attention is by simply visiting their profile. When you do this, the person you visited will see your name in their “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” section. This may build some intrigue and cause them to view your profile back. Something as simple as this can lead to a connection—and eventually develop into a beneficial LinkedIn relationship. This is all part of the process of building your network.
But if you are visiting profiles regularly, this could get tedious very easily. It is especially frustrating if people don’t seem to be looking back at your pros.
file. What you need is a way to make this task easier, so that you can treat it as a passive way of attracting more connection.