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[Easy Script] New script to grow your LinkedIn profile to 500+!

Discussion in 'Linkedin' started by Naulex, Jun 3, 2017.

  1. Naulex

    Naulex Registered Member

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    I was using previously an awesome script created by @BrazenBull (you can see his script here: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/script-growing-your-linkedin-profile-easy-500-connections.914759/) but for some people (including me), it stopped working.

    So I made my own fix to it (here is it), but I wanted to improve it and add more features meanwhile I keep it easy to use so here is my contribution to this awesome forum.

    Oh, and first, thanks again to BrazenBull for his initial script!

    So, how to use it?
    1. Log in to the LinkedIn account you want to increase the connections number
    2. Go to the "My Network" tab
    3. Right-click on the page and click on "Inspect" (or just press Ctrl + Shift + I)
    4. There, go to the "Console" tab
    5. Copy and paste the following code and just press enter:
      Code:
      setInterval(function() { window.scrollTo(0, document.body.scrollHeight); }, 2000);
    6. Your browser will start to scroll down, just do another thing meanwhile you wait it stops going down
    7. When the page reaches the end, just copy and paste this code (Note: Don't press enter, read the next line!):
      Code:
      var currentSuccesfulConnections=0;
      var totalConnections=0;
      var totalInvitations=0;
      var inviteText="";
      
      function addConnection(connection){
          var btn_type=connection.text().trim().split(' ')[0].trim();
          if (btn_type!=inviteText) {
              connection.trigger('click');
              currentSuccesfulConnections+=1;
         }else{
              totalInvitations+=1;
         }
      }
      
      function createConnections(text_invite,max_succesful_connections){
          
        inviteText=text_invite;
      
        var connections=jQuery('.button-secondary-small');
        totalConnections=connections.size();
       
        if(max_succesful_connections==0){
        max_succesful_connections=totalConnections;
        }
       
          connections.each(function(index, value) {
              if(currentSuccesfulConnections<max_succesful_connections){
              setTimeout(addConnection($(this)), index * 1000);
          }else{
            return false;
          }
          });
       
        console.log("Possible total connections: " + totalConnections);
        console.log("Succesful total connections: " + currentSuccesfulConnections);
        console.log("Total invitations avoided: " + totalInvitations);
      }
      
      // Don't touch anything above this line
      // Change "Invite" to the word Invite in your language if you use LinkedIn in a different language (for example if you use LinkedIn in Spanish, you should change "Invite" with "Invitar")
      // If you want to restrict the number of connections change the 0 with another number. 0 means unlimited connections, it will try to connect with everyone in your recommended connections. If you change it to another number, you will do the script connect with a maximum that number of users. Fo example, if I change 0 to 100, I will connect with just 100 persons (as much)
      
      createConnections("Invite",0);
    8. Before press enter, you just need to configure two things that I have explained in the code, but I will explain again here.
      Look for the last line, the one with this: createConnections("Invite",0);
      First, to avoid inviting people who are not on LinkedIn, we will avoid Invite buttons. If you are using LinkedIn in English, just leave "Invite" as it. If you use LinkedIn in another language change "Invite" to the Invite word in your language. For example, in Spanish Invite is Invitar, so I will change "Invite" to "Invitar".
      Second, if you want to connect with everyone, just leave the 0 there. But if you want to connect just with a few, let's say 40, you can change that 0 to 40 and the script will just connect with 40.
      So, in conclusion, for example, if your LinkedIn is in Spanish and you want to connect with just 40, you have to replace:
      Code:
      createConnections("Invite",0);
      With:
      Code:
      createConnections("Invitar",40);
    9. And now, just press enter and wait, maybe that browser tab will freeze for a while but don't worry, after a while, you will have made all the connections!
    And that's all! I have tried to explain everything with detail so everyone will be able to use and configure the script but if you have any question, just ask here!
     
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  2. The Curator

    The Curator Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Great contribution! I have a question. I tried using this to no avail when I search for a nearby city, and try to connect with people. Why is that?

    Try it yourself: Search for a nearby city, and try connecting with people using the script....
     
  3. Omoruyiik

    Omoruyiik Regular Member

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    Awesome method, but are the connections easily converted to traffic?
     
  4. reyemad

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    can we add somehow from specific country or remove specific country?
     
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  5. SpoonFeeder

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    Try this code :

    Code:
    var currentSuccesfulConnections=0;
    var totalConnections=0;
    var totalInvitations=0;
    var inviteText="";
    
    function addConnection(connection){
        var btn_type=connection.text().trim().split(' ')[0].trim();
        if (btn_type!=inviteText) {
            connection.trigger('click');
            currentSuccesfulConnections+=1;
       }else{
            totalInvitations+=1;
       }
    }
    
    function createConnections(text_invite,max_succesful_connections){
        
      inviteText=text_invite;
    
      var connections=jQuery('.button-secondary-medium');
      totalConnections=connections.size();
     
      if(max_succesful_connections==0){
      max_succesful_connections=totalConnections;
      }
     
        connections.each(function(index, value) {
            if(currentSuccesfulConnections<max_succesful_connections){
            setTimeout(addConnection($(this)), index * 1000);
        }else{
          return false;
        }
        });
     
      console.log("Possible total connections: " + totalConnections);
      console.log("Succesful total connections: " + currentSuccesfulConnections);
      console.log("Total invitations avoided: " + totalInvitations);
    }
    
    // Don't touch anything above this line
    // Change "Invite" to the word Invite in your language if you use LinkedIn in a different language (for example if you use LinkedIn in Spanish, you should change "Invite" with "Invitar")
    // If you want to restrict the number of connections change the 0 with another number. 0 means unlimited connections, it will try to connect with everyone in your recommended connections. If you change it to another number, you will do the script connect with a maximum that number of users. Fo example, if I change 0 to 100, I will connect with just 100 persons (as much)
    
    createConnections("Invite",0);
     
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  6. Naulex

    Naulex Registered Member

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    I am developing some new scripts based on this, I will post them here so maybe I could implement what you say
     
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    Lol, I hate linkedin and all my wannabe professional friends on it. I'm going to keep the console open for as long as it runs, and rake in those connects.
     
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  8. Naulex

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    I am not really sure what are you saying :p can you explain it better?

    Well, I am not sure, I am testing it, we will see ;)

    Hahahaha good idea!
     
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    Thanks Naulex
     
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    Awesome job @Naulex! I noticed Linkedin Updated their "My Connections" page and didn't have the time to tweak the code. But still, it is good to see you guys making good use of good code.
     
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  11. Naulex

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    Thanks to you for trying it!
     
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  12. The Curator

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    That didn't work for some reason, instead I had a window pop up and ask me if I want to set an alert for that particular city.

    Go to search for a local city near you in the upper search bar on LinkedIn. Then look at only your 2nd connections. They only have 10 connections per page for a city search, and it's cumbersome to connect with them all one by one - and this script doesn't work for the "search results" only for "my network".

    Any chance you can get your script to work on a city search?

    http://imgur.com/L9QfFdd
     
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    This is a no-brainer but does not work anymore. Please update OP if possible.
     
  14. Naulex

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    It doesn't work? Do you get any error? Because I used ot yesterday...uhm..today we had a LinkedIn update?
     
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    No response to my question about local application?

    Also had another question, is there any way you can add a delay between connecting, not sure if the speed is tripping things up because the rate of connections coming in since using this has slowed down and I am doing about 150 a day lately...
     
  16. Naulex

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    About the local application, I will take a look, I think is possible. About changing the delay, I will create a new version that allows you that, just let me few days since I am doing this for free, just to contribute with BHW and I don't have always too much free time. Thanks for the interested in the script! :)
     
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  17. The Curator

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    You will be recommended for any new VIP sponsorships when I see them. We appreciate your work.
     
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    It was on my side. Update : Working now. Thanks OP.
     
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  19. Naulex

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    Glad to hear it works fine for you! I am working right now in a script update, I will publish here when I have the update!
     
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    This code is awesome because it not only sends the connection request from that "my network" tab page, but also sends to those People You May Know after we add any industry-specific person with whom we actually want to connect!
    upload_2017-6-17_12-30-42.png

    So go ahead people, add all those profile-like people after adding 1 such industry-specific person. Great job @Naulex
     
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