LinkedIn tip: Who’s viewed your profile?

Dutch people are curious by nature. There is not a country in the world that checks so often the LinkedIn functionality “Who’s viewed my profile” (this is a fact). I even know users who check it daily. But for job seekers, freelancers and sales people here’s a tip. It’s also an useful tool to gain a better understanding of who found your profile interesting! A friendly message that you noticed that someone, such as a Recruiter, visited your profile can start a dialogue with surprising results.

If you are new to LinkedIn, or spending time to enhance your personal branding on LinkedIn, it’s helpful for establishing a baseline and see if your efforts return results e.g. number of views. And if you noticed that you don’t attract the ‘right’ viewers you may want to change or add a few keywords.

Attached video gives some more explanation about this (paid) functionality for LinkedIn users:

You can find the “Who’s viewed my profile” box right on the homepage, once you logged in. If you have a business or job seeker account at LinkedIn it will even provide you with lots of interesting demographic data and statistics about your visitors.

 

About Jacco Valkenburg

Jacco Valkenburg is an international recruitment expert, trainer and author of two books about LinkedIn. He has more than 16 years experience in global recruitment strategies and execution spanning numerous countries for leading companies. As founder of Recruit2 and Recruiter University he provides companies with recruitment and talent management solutions and expertise. His mission is helping companies ‘from good to great staffing’.

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