- Want to know more about emailing your LinkedIn contacts so you can provide them with more value and get more business?
- Is there a way to mail multiple LinkedIn contacts at the same time with the same message?
- For example, you have 5 banking contacts who you want to let know about a meeting.
- Do you have to send a message individually to person or can you somehow mark the five to receive the message?
The answer is you can email up to 50 of your contacts at a time.
Here’s what you do in 3 easy steps:
- Click the Inbox tab at the top of your LinkedIn account page
- Compose a message
- Type your contact names in the To: field.
Bonus Tip: To email more than 50 contacts, upload the names to an email marketing service like Constant Contact or MailChimp.
This is what you’ll do:
- Click your Contacts tab at the top of your LinkedIn page
- Click the green export link at the bottom right of the Contacts page
- Import the file to your email marketing provider
IMPORTANT: If you want more clients and business from emailing your contacts, you MUST constantly provide information that has compelling value!
This means … what’s in it for them to invest their time opening and reading what you’ve sent them?
Provide them with value and as a result they’ll give you their business and referrals in return.
If you’re ready for a fresh, new and effective approach to creating your Social Media Marketing — especially for getting new clients and business — step by step, then contact me to schedule your 20-minute initial consultation. At the end of our call, you’ll have a plan for creating Social Media Marketing that gets more clients and business — ready to implement! Schedule your consultation here.
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