Automatic connection allows you to fully automatically connect to other contacts. You can add a personal message and your signature.

Auto Connection

In this video, I’m going to walk you through the steps and best practices of using the Linked Assist Auto Connection Feature.

This feature will help you connect with people that can turn into leads, clients, customers or partners… This is a great way to generate leads without running paid ads on Google, Facebook or other platforms. The power of LinkedIn is that the people who are hungry for business are spending time there

The first step is to find the group of people you want to target. Let’s try “Marketing Agencies” for this example. You’ll enter the search keyword “Marketing Agencies””here at the search box and to define further your targeted group use these other parameters of the filters to narrow it down more to get better conversions.

You want to make sure you select 2nd connections.

Click on the Linked Assist icon in the Chrome browser… Click on the Select Feature  dropdown… and choose Auto Connection.

Next, you can enter the number of Users you want to connect with. The number you choose here largely depends on how often you use LinkedIn right now and on how interaction is on your profile. The LinkedIn algorithm will flag your profile as a “bot” if you go from little interaction to a high-level of a interaction too quickly.
That’s why it’s important to start a little slower and then build up from there.
The best practice here is to start with a lower number of Users to connect with and then each week add 20-30 more until you hit 500 requests per day. For this example, I’ll enter 30 per day and then next week I would do 60 per day, and 90 per day the following week and so on and on /..etc

This next option is the Time Interval Between each connection request in seconds… Linked Assist automatically defaults to 5 seconds here but you can extend that range. For example, if you entered 15 seconds. Linked Assist would run every 5-15 seconds.

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