My LinkedIn account has been restricted because I made too many connection requests.
I asked that they reconsider but as of now the answer is no.
I have been using Dux Soup to mine data that I then send to anymailfinder.com which does a good job of of getting email addresses.
Do here is the big idea.
As you know, LinkedIn will allow me to send connection requests if I know the contact's email address.
It would be great if Dux Soup would be able to use a spreadsheet a user creates that co
Cool, and this would be csv driven I guess!
"Automate connection requests for restricted accounts" (suggested by Joe Vargas on 2019-01-28), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
I'm in the same boat, had to make a new profile due to permanent restriction. I had the same idea...fill in automatically.
Yes, it's a great idea. It could be done by csv by manually filling thes requested emails using service like hunter.io and reupload back the csv file and add these profiles back again.
Please add this feature. Without this my Dux account is not even necessary anymore...
Requiring email is an indication of restriction they place. I'd suggest not to try overcome their restrictions, as that may lead to more restrictions.I guess it works like "too many IDK/rejections = other user's aren't happy - maybe this user connects to those whom he/she doesn't know - let's ensure they connect only to those they know my confirming their email". If user still gets too many IDK/rejections they might restrict account further to prevent making other users unhappy.
Requiring email is an indication of restriction they place. We suggest not to trying overcome LinkedIn restrictions, as that may lead to more restrictions.
Eaxactly. This is very much needed.
This is a "Proof of Human" test -- and some profiles only want connect requests from people they know. I see it often if I am make more than say 4-5 requests in a short period -- I think its "anti-automation' at work...It is possible to obtain the address in advance and I'm not even sure that it has to be a current one for the user. I've noticed that I can often make the connection request AFTER attempting to connect via email first and if the email bounces because the address is invalid, I often find that LI will accept the same address in the request.I have also noticed that a lot of people do not bother to keep their linkedin account up to date -- even if they are active on it.
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