It’s very important that you start by Inviting people you actually know first.
(LinkedIn rules that you invite people you know or connected with through other various organizations)
You want to invite people you know from other social networks, work, groups, or other organizations you are connected with.
You can use email services to see which of your contacts are a part of the LinkedIn network.
If you invite people you know to connect with you on LinkedIn, it’s a good chance they will accept your invite.
If you invite random people you don’t know, it’s a strong chance they will not accept and you will have just wasted your LinkedIn Life Time invites.
Also you don’t want to take that chance of getting flagged by LinkedIn either.
Groups are a good way of finding people to network with on LinkedIn.
Groups like LIONS, Open Networkers, Invite Me, Invites Accepted, etc.
You can always request more Invites from LinkedIn, not that they will give them to you.
I think you are given more LinkedIn invites on the rate your first 3000 invites are accepted.
So again chose wisely who you send you LinkedIn invitations to.
You want your LinkedIn friends to be supportive and actually care that you are a connection. Im blessed to have some great connections who like, share, and support alot of things I post. You get that way by 1st sharing and Liking. I hope this was helpful.
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