How to become LION:LinkedIn Open Networker
Become LION higher ranking profiles :LinkedIn open network is the most valuable part of LinkedIn to truly leveraging the system tells us to only large amount of connections with people you know and trust for a very long time.
the higher ranking profiles from the other lower ranking profiles was that the higher ranking profiles almost always had an exceedingly large amount of connections. I am talking about 10000 people connected to ur linkedin network.
If I wanted to rank higher and get found, I needed a much larger network than only those people I know and trust. It was at that moment I decided to become a LION.
LION stands for LinkedIn Open Networker.
A LION is a LinkedIn user who understands the power of having a large LinkedIn Network.
Quickly build up a large social media network of contacts without having to spend time (new connections) sending invites yourself
Contact more easily potential clients/candidates/employers, as you’ll have more 2nd grade connections that can introduce you to others
- Spam, lots of spam
- Irrelevant content
- Less engagement
LIONs will connect with almost anyone on LinkedIn regardless of whether they know, trust, or even respect the person. If at the top of their LinkedIn profile it says 500+ Connections,
Once I became a LION and my LinkedIn network grew, the views of my profile and the amount of times my profile appeared in searches .
Since there were so many people in my LinkedIn network, more people saw my status updates and received my messages.
linkedin search Opportunities and my business GRoW!
- If you plan on using LinkedIn to grow your business, whether locally or globally, I highly recommend becoming a LinkedIn Open Networker.
- If you plan on using LinkedIn status updates to promote yourself, I highly recommend becoming a LinkedIn Open Networker.
- If you plan on using LinkedIn to FIND people/prospects/candidates, I highly recommend becoming a LinkedIn Open Networker.
- If you want to get FOUND on LinkedIn for either job or business opportunities, I highly recommend becoming a LinkedIn Open Networker.
LinkedIn, you agree to this User Agreement and to strictly observe the following DOs and DON’Ts:
Don’t – Invite people with whom you have no prior relationship to join your network.”
When you send out a LinkedIn invitation, the recipient has a few options:
- They can accept your request
- They can ignore your request
- They can report your request as SPAM
By accepting your request they are accepting you into their LinkedIn network.
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