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[Method] Add LinkedIn Connections to your email list

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Boriss, Jul 6, 2014.

  1. Boriss

    Boriss Elite Member

    Nov 7, 2009
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    I want to share with you a method for adding your LinkedIn Connections in your email list. You can then promote a product or give out tips.

    Firstly you need to interact with the connections you have on LinkedIn. Share on LinkedIn at least 3-4 days before you send them out offers. I found this method on a growth hacking website, can't remember the name and I cannot find the site as my Firefox is st not to remember history.

    Let's dive into this:
    1. Go to LinkedIn, Login, Hit "Connections" and on the right hand site you'll see a little icon for settings, click it:

    Next click:
    "Export LinkedIn Connections" under "Advanced Settings" in the right side of the screen.

    2. After you clicked on "Export LinkedIn Connections" export them as .CSV file and save them onto your PC/Laptop.

    3. Simply add the .CSV file into your mailchimp account.

    But it's important to keep in mind, you have to share something useful and connect with your friends on LinkedIn so you don't spam them away with your offers.

    Hope this will help someone.
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  2. nutserious

    nutserious Power Member

    Jul 27, 2010
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    My friends would be the last people i would want to sell stuff from clickbank
  3. ikstob

    ikstob Junior Member

    Nov 12, 2012
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    Great share Boriss, I hadnt thought about exporting from LinkedIn. Since you are leveraging your personal connections through LinkedIn it is kinda 'tarded to try and sell them a Clickbank product. This method is likely to work far better for really valuable services where you can earn affiliate commissions, in my experience personal connections dont mind you doing this if you demonstrate something new/valuable they have otherwise missed.