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Code to Increase your LinkedIn Connections by upto 200%

Written by Iftekhar Ahmed

Linkedin has been a very professional network since its start, with almost all the professionals active on Linkedin, it has always been a network to get more active on. Talking about blogging, Linkedin does help you a lot in finding various blogs and bloggers under your niche.

If you are looking for locals under your market then its a best network to go for, if you run an SEO firm or something related to that, LinkedIn recommendations does help you a lot in getting more consumers/customers.

Well, this starts from your profile and the number of connections you have. The more the number of connections you have the better it gets for you. 

But wait!! Inviting someone on Linkedin for becoming a connection is not an easy task and can take a huge amount of time just to invite 10 people.

So here in this post, I won’t be going in deep on how it all works and how to get the best out of your LinkedIn profile, rather I will be sharing a simple and cool trick or code (to be specific) to invite unlimited people that you may know to connect with you. 

This means that this code will send a connection invite to every person that you may know, and the best thing is that since it keeps things in our own network, there’s a high possibility of getting over 95% invites being accepted. 

I just ran the code twice and it invited over 100 people of my own network (2nd or 3rd Tier) to connect with me and within a week I saw most of them as my connection. It was like 70+ people accepting my connection invite in just 4-5 days.

Here you will get!!

  • How to invite unlimited people to connect on LinkedIn?
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  • Trick to beat your competitors profile on LinkedIn? 

Let me take you straight away to the trick without wasting any more time 😛

Code To Invite Unlimited People on Linkedin

Just follow the steps explained below.

  • Firstly login to your Linkedin account and click on MY NETWORK. Or simply CLICK HERE.
  • It opens a list of people that you may know on LinkedIn. The list is generated by LinkedIn on the basis of the common interest/connections between you and the other person.
  • Open the Console window in Chrome/ Mozilla. For Chrome users, PRESS F12 to open up the console window.
  • Copy the following code and paste it in the console window.

setInterval(function() { window.scrollTo(0, document.body.scrollHeight); }, 2000);

 

  • The above code will scroll down the page until you close the console window. Let the page scroll down to around 100+ members.
  • Now copy the following code:

jQuery(‘.button-secondary-medium’).each(function(index, value) {
setTimeout(function() {
jQuery(value).trigger(‘click’);
}, index * 1000);
});

  • Paste it in the console window. It automatically clicks the Connect/Invite Button. Thus it send connect invite to each of the members shown in that list. Let the code run for a while or until you send a good amount of requests.

Precautions

Well, I have tested this trick many times before posting here and so far I found no negative of using this trick but I would still want you to follow some precautions to avoid any problem.
  • Do not over use this trick
  • Use this code only twice or thrice a week
  • Don’t use the code continuously for more than 6-8 minutes
So this was a simple tutorial to help you with your LinkedIn profile, we will surely be coming with a complete guide on LinkedIn.
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About the author

Iftekhar Ahmed

Iftekhar Ahmed is the owner of iftiSEO.com and writes on various topics like Online Earning, SEO, Blogging etc. He has worked on many blogs and also works as an SEO Analyst.

16 Comments

  • Hi iftekhar,
    the code given above not working showing some error please give any solution to it. i am writing the error text below.
    Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL
    at Object.InjectedScript._evaluateOn (:905:140)
    at Object.InjectedScript._evaluateAndWrap (:838:34)
    at Object.InjectedScript.evaluate (:694:21)InjectedScript._evaluateOn @ VM771:905InjectedScript._evaluateAndWrap @ VM771:838InjectedScript.evaluate @ VM771:694
    ~Tejas

    • Now use this code:

      setInterval(function() { var connectBtns = document.getElementsByClassName(‘bt-request-buffed’); for(var i =0; i < connectBtns.length; i++) { console.log(connectBtns[i].title.split("Connect with ")[1]);connectBtns[i].click()}}, 500);

  • setInterval(function() { var connectBtns = document.getElementsByClassName(‘bt-request-buffed’); for(var i =0; i < connectBtns.length; i++) { console.log(connectBtns[i].parentNode.children[0].children[1].children[0].children[0].textContent);connectBtns[i].click()}}, 500);

    • Now use this code:

      setInterval(function() { var connectBtns = document.getElementsByClassName(‘bt-request-buffed’); for(var i =0; i < connectBtns.length; i++) { console.log(connectBtns[i].title.split("Connect with ")[1]);connectBtns[i].click()}}, 500);

  • Not working for me. It says “illegal character”

    I asked someone on W3school forum and he said “Replace the typographic quotes in that blog with regular quotes. “

    • Now use this code:

      setInterval(function() { var connectBtns = document.getElementsByClassName(‘bt-request-buffed’); for(var i =0; i < connectBtns.length; i++) { console.log(connectBtns[i].title.split("Connect with ")[1]);connectBtns[i].click()}}, 500);

  • It’s not working for me either. I’m getting this error “Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL”.

    Please help.

    • Now use this code:

      setInterval(function() { var connectBtns = document.getElementsByClassName(‘bt-request-buffed’); for(var i =0; i < connectBtns.length; i++) { console.log(connectBtns[i].title.split("Connect with ")[1]);connectBtns[i].click()}}, 500);

  • Now use this code:

    setInterval(function() { var connectBtns = document.getElementsByClassName(‘bt-request-buffed’); for(var i =0; i < connectBtns.length; i++) { console.log(connectBtns[i].title.split("Connect with ")[1]);connectBtns[i].click()}}, 500);

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