What's going on?
If you follow, you'll find that you're sharing posts and articles from other LinkedIn members independently of Cork E-Bikes Zone them. Thus, in contrast to the mutual follow-up that a connection brings, sharing moves in only one direction. Of course, someone can go to your page to see some of this information, but you won't get any alerts or find them in your news feed.
It's very easy. Just go to your Linkedin profile and you'll see the number of connections. If you have more than 500 connections, click on that link to see the exact number of connections
How do I know how many LinkedIn followers I have?
You'll be notified when you get new followers, but it's also very easy to see how many followers you have. Click the Myself dropdown in the lower right corner of your profile picture and select Posts & Activities as follows:
This will take you to the activity page where you can see the number of followers. You can then click on it to see your recent followers and who you recently followed.