How to remove the LinkedIn weekly invite limits
LinkedIn have recently introduced a limit to how many LinkedIn invites you can send each week as seen in this screenshot below:
But did you know there’s actually a few ways you can get round this weekly limit?
How to send 100+ LinkedIn invites each week with Meet Alfred
There are two ways you can send more than 100+ LinkedIn invites each week.
The first way (easiest way) is to use a tool called Meet Alfred.
If you sign up for the “Advanced Package” or higher ($49/month paid quarterly) you get a feature which allows you to send more than 100+ invites a week.
This is probably the easiest solution to send more than 100+ invites each week.
How does it work?
I spoke to Meet Alfred’s support team to ask them how it works, but I wasn’t able to get a detailed explanation (see why below).
Here are some of the key points:
- They use their own proprietary technology to send more than 100+ invites per week
- They can send UP to 400 invites a week (but this is not guaranteed)
- From my experience, the software does a good job of sending over 100+ invites per week
Is Meet Alfred safe for sending 100+ LinkedIn invites?
Since they don’t explain exactly how it works, I can’t say for sure. But their support team do claim goes over the Linkedin weekly limits in a safe and secure way.
Here’s a screenshot of the conversation so you can see what Meet Alfred’s support team says in their own words:
How to send 100+ invites with Linked Helper 2 and Snov.io
How does it work?
To see a step by step tutorial of how it works, you can watch the video I recorded here:
A warning about sending LinkedIn invitations
Before sending lots of LinkedIn invitations to potential clients, it’s important you:
- Don’t come across as spammy
- Get results from your LinkedIn outreach
And one of the biggest mistakes I see is that people use LinkedIn every day, but don’t get very good results.
It’s usually because of their LinkedIn strategy.
To learn the best lead gen strategy we use on LinkedIn (which can also be replicated on Facebook, Google or any other marketing channel) then click here to watch this video.