Linkedin Auto Endorse

The LinkedIn Auto-Endorsement Feature Allows to View Profiles and Endorse Their Skills

How to Endorse on LinkedIn using the Auto-Endorse Feature

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to endorse on LinkedIn using Linked Assist.
This feature will help you stay top of mind with and provide value to the people you’re already connected to.

Find Your Targeted Group You Want To Endorse

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

You want to make sure you select 1st connections since you’re only able to endorse them.

After the list appears, you’ll want to look at the profiles you’re going to target and make sure that you haven’t already endorsed them.

How To Endorse on LinkedIn Using Linked Assist

Click on the Linked Assist Chrome Extension icon in your Chrome browser… Click on the Select Feature dropdown… and choose Auto Profile viewer & endorse of Skills.

Next, you can enter the number of Users you want to endorse. The number you choose here largely depends on how often you use LinkedIn right now. The LinkedIn algorithm will flag your profile as a “bot” if you go from little interaction to a high-level of 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 and then each week add 30 more until you hit 500 requests per day. For this example, I’ll enter 30, and then next week I would do 60, and 90 the following week, etc…

The next option is the Time Interval Between each action in seconds… 30 seconds is a good amount so the program has sufficient time to run.

When all those fields are set-up, you’ll click the “Start Linked Assist button” and you’ll see it begin to work in real-time down here in the bottom right corner of your screen.

Once the program is finished, you’ll get an automatic .csv download of your connection requests. This will include the First Name, Last Name, Job Title, and a link to their profile.

And that’s it.

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