This is a 4-part series on how to potentially organize your LinkedIn messaging and communicate better with your Network. This 3rd article concentrates on LinkedIn InMail.
Please feel free to view the other articles but this is pretty much the skinny.
InMail is a powerful direct way to contact potential clients without the need to go through the initial relationship process of connecting. Messages are sent directly to another LinkedIn member you’re not connected to. If you have a Basic (free) account, you must upgrade to a Premium account to use InMail (we use LI Sales Navigator). You receive a specific number of InMail credits based on your subscription type.
Also to know and it is a bit of a secret but many people are in the OPEN network. Not getting into the details but what that means is you can actually InMail many OPEN network people without using your InMail credits. So you have the ability to run a series of messages similar to what you would do in an email drip.
In short, it helps you generate paying clients and build relationships through LinkedIn. We have an entire team of LinkedIn experts. Dedicated to vastly increase your social network, professional exposure and the number of potential clients for your business. We also help target your ideal clients and engage them for you to increase the number of conversations about your products and services. With customized LinkedIn campaigns for your business that saves you 6–7 hours of marketing and sales prospecting per day.
These are just a few formulas and they constantly change as trends and LinkedIn changes. So create your own formula that works for you. Just use my recommendations as a starting point.
Generally, as I have other campaigns I try to use target 3rd + level connections. Others may want to 2nd level but whatever makes sense in your case. I tend to want to try to InMail people I normally could not connect with (hence 3rd + connections).
LinkedIn is a business. Their goal is to sell you their services. So they do not like automated plugins and people that arbitrarily break their rules. So if you are going to start using your account to truly network and build a business, best to get LinkedIn Navigator. It is a paid service that allows you to better target your audience. And they continually look for plugins and that sort of thing and may block your account if you use them or have bad practices.
So there are a lot of best practices to avoid trouble and to get the best possible results.
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