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LinkedIn Auto Connect Demo

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LinkedIn Auto Connect Tool

Sometimes you want more LinkedIn connections, especially 500+. This tool is very helpful to boost up your connections. Just run it from your favorite terminal or command prompt and keep it running until you make enough connection requests.

An automation tool to automate the connection requests on LinkedIn.

Requirements

node >= v4.0.0

Note: If node and npm are not installed, Install them from here.

Installation

Install this tool using npm:

$ npm install -g linkedin-auto-connect

It installs two binaries: linkedin-auto-connect and lac to your system path.

Usage

Use it as follows using lac command:

$ lac -u <enter_your_linkedin_email>
Enter LinkedIn password: *****

If you want to keep your console clean, then just pass --no-verbose option.

Note: It does not share your LinkedIn credentials, so it is safe to use.

Contributing

Your PRs and stars are always welcome.

Please, try to follow:

  • Clone the repository.
  • Checkout develop branch.
  • Install dependencies.
  • Add your new features or fixes.
  • Build the project.
  • Start the scraper.
$ git clone https://github.com/rousan/linkedin-auto-connect.git
$ cd linkedin-auto-connect
$ git checkout develop
$ npm i
$ npm run build
$ npm start

Happy Hacking!

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