Using your Paid Subscription InMails To Make Connections

Paid subscriptions have InMails.  For example, my account gives me 25 InMails a month.  If you send an InMail and the person doesn’t respond for 7 days you can use the InMail again.  I often use them like OpenLink to make sure I am going to connect with a receptive member and not get an IDK.  Because of the way they work you can use the same InMail 10 to 12 times.  They expire after 90 days so they go away then.  Basically you can send up to 75 InMails each week.  It’s hard to use that many at least for me so I just use them as “pre-invitations”.  If you try to send an InMail and you don’t have any available, LinkedIn will tell you, you’re not charged automatically.  Also when you go to send one you can see how many are available at the bottom of the InMail screen. 

If you believe this tip or any tips in this blog will contribute to the success of your Linkedin experience I hope you will give me just a few minutes of your time to help with my success and share my linked in profile with some of your connections.  Please read the “If My Tips Help You, Please Help” section of the blog to find out how to help me.  You will find this section next to where it says home at the bottom of the picture on this page.   By following this suggestion it will help you with your network too. 


About taxdude8422

Basically I am just a tax nerd, have been all my life. However I have found the more open you are to opportunities the better off you will be in this world. That makes my what is know as an open networker on Linkedin, I will connect with anyone. I am not an expert on Linkedin by any means but one day when I was asking someone to connect I mentioned that I had just been refilled on invites. My new connect asked how I did that. I used that same line for the next month and got asked the same question four times. I started thinking there was a lot of little things it took my sometime to learn. Through this blog I plan to share some of those "Linked Secrets"
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