Given your buy-in, (short), your stack size (tiny), I'm not sure I agree with your play.
I made the mistake of playing short stack poker for a very long time. If you don't have a respectable stack, you can't make people fold. And yes, eventually you'll want people to fold. If I have $600 behind, I'm in a pot for a small raise, and you limp/shove preflop and I have 98 suited to a big bet, I'm getting five cards for whatever your shove is. And that line is popular with low PPs on short stacks, or bigger ones (in my experience), so some of your range I'm flipping against. And hell, it's just another 7% of my stack or whatever.
The limp/raise works well when you're short stacked, and can continue to force your villain to make bad decisions with heavy-fisted bets (imagine the final punch from Battletoads on Nintendo), where your opponent gets his money in bad on multiple streets, thus making him the mistaker.
Supposed you had $300 behind and did the same move (limp, then make it $62) You're likely to get the same callers, in the same pot. Now with a pot of (holy crap, math break) $216 before rake and jackpot, you get to go all-in for your last $240, and anybody who calls you without a 5 or at least a 67 is making a mistake.
Don't play short-stacked man. Also make sure you have a proper bankroll. Variance with a short-stack can be brutal enough. I made the mistake of playing above my limits without a proper bankroll or stack size for a good stretch of my life and I lost a lot of money. (Maybe I just suck).