Discussion in 'Linkedin' started by Harvest Golem, Aug 27, 2014.
Hello!Is it possible to tell when someones linkedin account was created? Thanks
also: what is the best way to gain more connections? Couldn't find anyone who'd sell em. Just email lists, but it gets account banned
I dont think so there is anyway to determine an LI account age but you can buy the LI softwares on this forum and increase your connections...try creating a different account...
Not as far as I know. You can see the date your own account was created easily enough, but not for other people.
If you look at their ID number that will give you some idea at least.
ID numbers are sequential, so the smaller the number, the older the account.
There is a join date in the account settings somewhere.
I know that, but it is only a way to see my profile age. Can't see others accounts age this way. So I guess the only way to get an idea of an account age is by checking the ID number. That is good news I suppose..
What software would you recommend for increasing my account connections without getting banned?
You mean if there is a PR to measure each profile Page Rank?
For gaining more connections you need to track down Linkedin LIONs or add people from Groups once you do a conversation with them.
I have a software on my signature that might help you automating that task.
no real way to tell.....
Can anyone suggest me a linkedin tool which is stable ?
Only know these. Maybe you can try and let us know..
search on google lot of ans available for u mate . . .
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I don't know exactly, is there any system in LI..
I'm pretty sure there is no real way to tell the age of your profile or at least it's not something I have come across myself whilst using Linkedin.
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