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Is your LinkedIn profile being viewed – Are You a LinkedIn Big Influencer?


Is your LinkedIn profile being viewed?

Are You a LinkedIn Big Influencer?

Do You want to be?

More importantly is your LinkedIn profile being viewed by those Friends, Business Associates and Potential Clients?

While being viewed is very important, it is even more important that the right persons view your profile and that when they do that your profile is ready.

For your profile to be ready it should provide just enough information to show that you are a professional and an expert in your area of choice.

If you are a Home Inspector then you would want to be viewed and seen by Realtor Professionals who you are already connected on LinkedIn with but also by Realtors who you are not yet connected with.

As we all know referrals are the greatest compliment that anyone can give us as Business Professionals so have your LinkedIn profile in great shape at all times for potential clients that Friends and Referral Partners have referred to you will see that you are in the top of your industry.

Share your Website and Social Media pages as well so that your referrals will be able to view the services that you provide but will also connect with you on a more personal level creating trust and recognition when meeting face to face.

Prior to an appointment and/or meeting face to face with a potential client I like to send an email with my website in the signature block that can be easily visited and I have my Social Media sites there as well as what I am passionate about.

Your website, LinkedIn page and other sites should not only show your professional side but also your personal side so that referrals can connect and identify with you.

Many of you already know that I am Veteran, a Detroit Tigers baseball fan and love to fish, spend time with my Family, Community & Church.

Thank you Friends for commenting below with your thoughts about getting the right profile views to you LinkedIn profile and/or anything else that you believe would be helpful as I strive to learn something new every day.

Thank you Friends for sharing & caring,

Tony Lee Hamilton

LinkedIn Tony Lee Hamilton
Will You be a LinkedIn Big Influencer? I say Yes, You can Be if You are willing to work hard, learn & grow – View my LinkedIn Profile & connect with me

46 thoughts on “Is your LinkedIn profile being viewed – Are You a LinkedIn Big Influencer?”

  1. I absolutely agree that it’s far more important the right people are viewing one’s profile. The fact that a profile gets viewed inherently doesn’t really help you.  Yeah, the referrals. It’s absolutely the greatest indication of people appreciating the business. Above all, trust and recognition I feel are the name of the game. Without one or the other, I think success is very, very hard if not impossible. And also, yeah, that social image is definitely important.


  2. LinkedIn is one of the biggest social media platforms and it goes a very long way in helping people who are in the business sphere to get the best out of their businesses. It’s a very wonderful thing to be able to read this post and learn about how to use the platform to boost my business. It’s a good post you have here and also how to know those who have viewed ones profile.

  3. Thank you for your post. I have my LinkedIn profile, but I never check my account detail, such as profile view and LinkedIn big influencer as you mentioned in the article.

    I certainly like to collect view and influencer data. It is kind of you sharing so many ways to use the LinkedIn service. I agree with you that profile should be ready and provide as much information as possible so that potential customers and collaborators have a complete picture of my business. With this, they may go ahead to contact me with relevant inquiry and business corroboration.

    I am definitely going to update my LinkedIn profile with full information.

  4. Thank you so much for sharing us an interesting and excellent article. The principal content of this article is LinkedIn Big Influencer. It is truly admirable that you have demonstrated this topic so well in your article. I have learned a lot by reading your article and gained a lot of cognition about the LinkedIn profile. Of the points mentioned in your article, I like helpful recommendations. I learned a lot from your article such as LinkedIn that acts as a powerful influencer that was previously unknown.
    You have beautifully explained how LinkedIn works as a powerful influencer for which I would like to share the subject of your article in my Facebook group if you allow me.

  5. Hello Hamilton, 

    I agree with you. Having a well-made profile on LinkedIn goes a long way. I have personally seen many potential business owners approach me for a business deal because of the way I built the profile. And to be honest, I saw more frequent visits to my profile after filling out most of the necessary information and getting recommendations from people I worked with in the past. I am also going to try your strategy of signing emails with my website link and see how it works out for me. Thanks for the tip.

  6. Thanks for your post, to be honest, i haven’t really thought about using linked in as a means to drive traffic. I saw it as a professional tool. This is really enlightening. I have to work on my profile cause at the moment it’s not ready. Thanks for this Tony. It’s a good one

  7. I’m not really into LinkedIn, I have an account with them but I’m not really active there but I’d love to be a big influencer there. I’m willing to learn how to get really noticed there and pull a lot of people to view my profile, it’s very true that LinkedIn is not as utilized as other social media forum.

  8. Great post Tony. Linkedin is generally under-used when compared to most of the other social media platforms but really does have its place – especially in the B2B market. You can help get your profile noticed, and also interact with those who share similar interests/are in the same or similar field by optimising your settings and joining networks which is the best way to grow your network. I like that prior to an appointment you send your potential clients links to your social media accounts and websites – do you do this by adding an email footer with the links included to your emails?

  9. Hey Tony, I haven’t ventured into LinkedIn yet as I am still trying to work within Pinterest, FB, Instagram, and Twitter. Do you think that moving towards LinkedIn would be more beneficial? How do you really get noticed in LinkedIn…? I guess there is a lot of learning I need to do to get started in that arena. Thanks for your advice.

  10. LinkedIn is the platform that I know least about, even though I know there are huge benefits to developing a presence there. This is what led me to your article. It has confirmed to me that the site has way more to offer than just listing a few business credentials. It clearly has loads of potential for marketers like myself who want to extend their reach and influence. This platform shouldn’t be overlooked that’s for sure. This has been a great introduction for me to find out more. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Well! I know a lot about LinkedIn but I am not an influencer and I am not even close to being one. Though I know that most cooperate bodies often take into the platform to know details about people, I never knew that it could be leveraged as a marketer too. Wow! I will definitely make the best out of my linkedin profile henceforth. This is really greatm thanks

  12. Linkedin is one of the least used in social media platform for marketing purposes as compared to other means line facebook, instagram and twitter. This is mostly used for professional networking. But, why not do professional networking with a tinge of personal touch? You question hits the right chord.

    Setting up your website and social media handles in your profile gives you a personal touch. People are drawn into your network better when they see a person behind the profile – that is you. This is a great booster for networking and thereby marketing.

    Thanks for this eye-opener. I am going to re-jig my profile at linkedin and give a personal touch to it.

  13. I have a LinkedIn account that i built probably 8 or 9 years ago because I thought it would help me get a teaching job only to find out it doesn’t work that way for education. It really only applies to the business world. Now that I am started affiliate marketing I will probably jump back into my LinkedIn account and update everything, gearing it toward affiliate marketing.

    I never thought of it as a way to generate leads or revenue. I look forward to adding this into my tool belt soon!

  14. I have heard many success stories of people who have used LinkedIn to acquire clients. Unfortunately, it hasn’t worked for me. I don’t know if there is something I’m not doing right. I will try to revamp my profile and see what happens. Thank you so much for your pointers.

  15. Is your LinkedIn profile being viewed is both an advantage and a disadvantage. Your website, LinkedIn page and other sites show your professional side but also your personal side so that referrals can connect and identify with you. Therefore it displays more information than you may like an employer to know. 

    But if you are an influencer, then the more popularity you have, the better it is for you.

    Just my opinion …


  16. Very interesting topic! I’ve just updated my LinkedIn recently and noticed some activity. I always get so excited when I see new notifications on there. I’m not even looking for a job right now, I just like seeing that people are looking at my profile to see what I’m up to. I actually find, though, that the majority of my industry-related viewers are on my Instagram. Very strange considering I don’t actually put much content on there related to my work. Go figure. Anyways, to get those people over to my LinkedIn I will be putting my LinkedIn in my Instagram profile which everyone is currently using as a landing page. That should filter people on over. Hope this was helpful!

  17. Hi Tony,

    Thanks for yet another very important article!

    Many of us don’t really appreciate how powerful LinkedIn is, and how important it is to do a thorough job of our profiles (but hey, it’s quite heavy work!) There is also the need to constantly revisit the profile and improve it. But that needs seeking the appropriate advice; you have provided just that!

    I must say, some people find it difficult to share some or all of their Social Media pages, because that’s where they bare their souls about the things that matter the most in life. And that could make business and professional associates a bit uncomfortable. Otherwise, to make them comfortable, one could have to not speak about those issues they are passionate about. That and there, according to Dr Martin Luther King Jr., is where “our lives begin to end”!

  18. Good article-thanks for sharing!

    I admit that while I am on LI for business, I don’t use it’s full potential yet. I want to, but seem to find it difficult to manage the postings and updates. I have a large connection based on my publishing, but that isn’t translating into true involvement yet.

    Any suggestions on making LI convert better? Especially for my husband’s business (sells software to a specific vertical) –

  19. Hello tony! this is another amazing review from you again. for me, our profile picture is your calling card on LinkedIn, it’s how people are introduced to you and (visual beings that we are) it governs their impressions from the start. Then the right persons can start viewing your profile. 

    Thank you very much!

  20. I have been using this app for the last couple of months and if I’m being honest, i still don’t know. I filled out all of my information but I’m not sure how to connect with people. Do you need to message other people just to get a dry loud coming for.

  21. Sharing our LinkedIn page is a good habit. I know I have to update it and I have taken note of several things you mentioned here. I agree with you that most people check us first online before deciding if it would be worth to appoint a face to face meeting. I’ll get my LinkedIn profile brushed up. Thanks for these recommendations.

  22. Linkedin is one of the most used corporate social media site however, it has been unfortunately laggy for me because I do not make use of the platform. However, seeing something like this here is simply amazing and I really appreciate all you have shared here. Thanks so much for sharing this post here. I guess I will look for ways to ensure I can become an influencer in there too

  23. Hello Tony,

    I’m glad to see, that you changed the looks of your site. It now looks “clean” and very logic. Could find all given information!

    Keep up the good work! Farid

  24. If you work business to business are an employee Linkedin is one of the most important places to be. I see way to few utilize Linkedin effectively for business. You should always have your contact information in plain sight even if people can’t reach
    your complete profile. There are many more do’s and don’t we deal with on an almost daily basis.

  25. Hello, Tony. I really haven’t gotten into Linkedin. I do share my website with those on Linkedin, Facebook and a few others. I need to do my research on them. Thanks for sharing!

  26. Hi tony enjoyed this post, you are so right you need your profile out there so it can be seen making sure it is up to date is very important. My thoughts on a profile is to treat as a personal C.V with all your personal information your achievements and your hobbies and interests as well as your professional information.

  27. Tony,
    Some great suggestions and resources. I know that we all are guilty of not thinking these thing through.
    Your suggestions are appreciated.

  28. Hi Tony Lee,

    yes having an online presence is so important these days. Giving customers of all sorts the opportunity to find out who they are dealing with and creating that initial trust.

    Wealthy Affiliate has taught me so much in a very short time and I am learning new stuff every day.

    I actually look forward to getting up in the morning and working all day on my own business.




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