1. Don’t send bulk invites to email contacts, even if LinkedIn prompts you to! Otherwise, you might get your profile banned if people reject the invite. There are limits, even with Sales Navigator; most tools have them inbuilt
2. Don’t login from multiple locations when automation is working
3. If you are seeing reCaptcha a lot of times. STOP!
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LinkedIn has a very Facebook-like user interface. There is just not enough space for long messages on LinkedIn. Even on a desktop, the space allocated to the message area is just not enough.
Anything longer than 3-4 sentences will be hard to read and lose your prospect’s attention. People end up skimming your message and moving on.
Therefore, it’s crucial to keep your messages very short on LinkedIn.
Also, keep in mind that the messaging interface on LinkedIn supports threads. If you send one message after another, the person at the other end might feel like they’re being spammed. Do it but be cautious.
Do not send too many messages all at once.