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How To Take The Headache Out Of Sending Invitations To Connect on LinkedIn

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I don’t send manual invitations anymore on LinkedIn. This is a major milestone in my marketing on LinkedIn, because I have to tell you I have spent a lot of time manually messaging on LinkedIn.

Are you trying to expand your network of connections on LinkedIn?

Despite all the benefits of being on LinkedIn, one thing that is not easy to do is expand your network of 1st level connections.

According to statistics, most LinkedIn users have between 500 and 1000 1st level connections.  If you have between 5,000 and 10,000 1st level connections, you are in the top 2 percent of users, and over 10,000 1st level connections, puts you in the top 1 percent on LinkedIn.

source:  http://www.statista.com/statistics/264097/number-of-1st-level-connections-of-linkedin-users/

I was able to grow my 1st level connections to 10,000 in less than one year, but I had to work very hard at it.

I am a LinkedIn trainer as well as an entrepreneur, and one thing I teach my students is to be careful not to send out more than 40 invitations per day. This is a restriction that LinkedIn puts on free and Business Plus paid accounts.

If you do the math, even if you work at it every day, you would not make it to 10,000 connections in a year, even if you had a very high 50% invitation acceptance rate.

For most people, it probably would take around 3 years to do this, on average, with a considerable amount of daily effort.

The only reason I was able to do it so quickly is that I had two paid LinkedIn accounts, a Business Plus account as well as a Sales Navigator account.

With both these accounts, I was able to send out more than 100 invitations per day, since a free or Business Plus account allows for 40 invitations per day. I also found out that Sales Navigator allows up to 100 invitations per day.

The downside was that it took me 45 minutes to one hour each day to accomplish this. I wanted to send mainly personalized invitations. It was a lot of hard work, and many times along the way, I felt like giving up.

BUT, now I have found a much easier way to send well over a hundred invitations per day, and also to send invitations completely on autopilot. It now takes me only about 5-10 minutes per day to do what took me nearly one hour per day last year.

This particular tool was not available last year, but if I had been able to use it last year, I would have saved an enormous amount of time. I could have saved well over 300 hours last year alone!

You can use this program with either a free or a paid LinkedIn account, and the automation program is compliant with LinkedIn’s terms and conditions.

Please review the video at the link below, and I think you will discover this is an automation tool you will not want to live without.

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Thank you very much for reading this entire message.

Any questions at all, just reply to this message. I will be happy to answer any question you might have. If we are not yet connected on LinkedIn, let’s connect.

 

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John Lombaerde
Goldfinch Digital Publishing LLC

 

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by John Lombaerde

John Lombaerde is a veteran CNC Programmer and technical writer. He is also a blogger, internet marketer, a Founding Member of MarkeHive. and an aspiring digital publisher. For more information visit Google Plus at https://plus.google.com/+JohnLombaerde/about

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