How to Send (and Personalize) Multiple LinkedIn Invites Simultaneously

This is one of the fastest methods I’ve seen to date in terms of how to identify, organize and engage with your target market on LinkedIn.

Watch the video below to discover how to find your target audience, and then how to engage members of that audience simultaneously through a plugin that allows you to send personalized, 1-on-1 invitations to each person on your list!


***Click Here To Get the LinMailPro Plugin Shown in the Video***

(Note: LinMailPro is only available as a browser add-on for the Google Chrome Internet Browser. If you don’t have Chrome on your computer already, it’s free to download and easy to use.)

LinkedIn Invitations in a Few Simple Steps

As you can see in the video above, its a simple process:

  1. Find Your Target Audience Using LinkedIn Search.
  2. Add Those New Prospects to the LinMailPro Queue.
  3. Choose which LinkedIn Tags to apply inside LinMailPro.
  4. Run LinMailPro & Send Personalized Invitations to Each Prospect Individually.


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Important: Use Your LinkedIn Invitations Wisely!

Remember, the key to success on LinkedIn is personalized, 1-on-1 marketing.

It is NOT about volume.

It IS about quality.

For example, if you try to send hundreds of LinkedIn invites a day using a tool like LinMailPro, LinkedIn is likely going to pop up a warning page that says, in essence, “Are you a robot?” and ask you to enter a CAPTCHA phrase.

And, if you ignore that and keep trying to force-feed invitations all day long, LinkedIn will (worst case) kick you out of the system and not allow you to log into the desktop version for 24 hours. (Note: You can still log in via the LinkedIn mobile apps, however, and use the platform that way.)

My long-winded warning is meant to say this: Use common sense!

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A Winning Formula for LinkedIn Invitations

As long as you keep your daily invites to 50 or less each day, you shouldn’t run into any issues with LinMailPro. More important, make sure you are personalizing your invites and targeting prospects on LinkedIn who would want to hear from you!

With that said, if you truly offer a product or service that would appeal to a specific, targeted audience gathered here on LinkedIn, then the process should be simple:

  • Find that Audience.
  • Invite them to Connect.
  • Build a Relationship. Find out what they need help with, etc.
  • Demonstrate Your Expertise or Value BEFORE asking for anything.
  • Ask for the Sale.

If you follow that simple strategy, you’ll find that these professionals (A) Want to connect with you, (B) Want to hear from you – assuming the first thing you send isn’t a sales pitch – and (C) Will purchase from you after you’ve built up enough trust to earn the sale.

This is why I love LinkedIn, and why I spend every day teaching Small Business Owners, Sales Executives, Business Coaches, Trainers, Speakers, Consultants and many others how to generate business for themselves using this platform.

With 500 million professionals in 200+ countries, trust me when I say your audience is here on LinkedIn!

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Take The First Step: Invite Others to Connect!

The first step, of course, is finding your target audience and asking those professionals to connect!

LinMail Pro is the fastest and easiest way I’ve found to do this to date.

***Go Here To Get the LinMailPro Plugin Shown in the Video***

Now, if you’ve followed me here on LinkedIn for any amount of time, or if you look at my other posts, you know I don’t promote every little plugin or LinkedIn hack I come across.

But I’ve used LinMailPro for several months now, and I Skype regularly with it’s creator and his team. What I love about these guys is they listen to users like myself and update LMP to add new features that we request. How cool is that?

Final LinkedIn Invite Tip: Always Personalize!

Whether or not you choose to grab LinMailPro, take away this final piece of advice: Always, always, ALWAYS, personalize your invites!