In this article, I will explain how it is possible to see LinkedIn people that have viewed your profile in the last 90 days, without getting a LinkedIn Premium account. LinkedIn has setup a ‘paid’ service which allows you to take a look at the list of people that has viewed your LinkedIn profile.
The LinkedIn ‘nmp_profile_stats_viewed_by’ query provides information on the people that have viewed your LinkedIn profile. The flaw in the LinkedIn ‘profile’ option is the fact that you are able to see the ‘pictures’ of the people that have viewed your profile. LinkedIn does not allow you to see the names of these persons.
So how do you view them without paying?
The massive ‘spy’ search engine Google will be able to help you in this task. Google has published a ‘Google Image‘ search engine which allows you to upload specific pictures. The Google search engine will then use the picture to find identical pictures on the internet.
Anonymous LinkedIn profile
Go back to your LinkedIn profile, and click on the ‘Who has viewed my profile’ menu. Once you have landed on the page, scroll down to the bottom of the page. There you will see pictures of people that have watched your LinkedIn profile.
Cut and save the ‘picture’ of the Anonymous LinkedIn profile, to your computer or device. Once you have downloaded their picture, upload the picture to the Google Image search engine. The search engine, will then show you the LinkedIn person which owns the picture.
Enjoy the results
You can test it with your own picture. This was the result of uploading my picture.