Simple steps on how to follow me on LinkedIn

LinkedIn actually has a limit on the number of people you can have in your network. And guess what? That limit is set at 30,000 connections. Yep, you heard it right! That is why I cannot accept more LinkedIn connections as I already reached the 30,000 connection limit. 

LinkedIn members can have up to 30,000 1st-degree connections. To ensure an optimal experience on LinkedIn, we recommend: Connect with people you know personally and trust professionally. Follow anyone whose posts you want to keep up with, so you always stay informed.” Source: LinkedIn

But you don’t have to be connected with me to access my content. All you need to do is follow me or anyone you like. Let me show you how to do that.

How to follow anyone on LinkedIn

To follow me (my LinkedIn profile), click Follow on that profile page.

If you don’t see a Follow button:

  1. Click More on the introduction section.
  2. Select  Follow from the dropdown.

If you want to unfollow people just do this: Select  Unfollow from the dropdown to unfollow.

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What is the "Bell" icon for?

If you’re interested in receiving notifications whenever this person publishes something new and want to make sure you see their content in your feed, simply click on the bell! It’s as simple as that.

So, if you’d like to stay updated on my posts and not rely solely on the LinkedIn algorithm, just give that bell a click!


There are two types of bells.

The dark grey bell says, “You’ll now get notifications for all my new posts.” This means all the author’s posts will show up in your notifications.

The white bell with a grey outline says, “You’ll only get notifications for top posts from me.”

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