One of the best features of LinkedIn is how you can create a wide network of professional contacts. These contacts – or “connections” as called on the social media, are often people you know or who share similar interests. But if you use LinkedIn for prospecting, then your contacts might also be potential prospects. In that scenario, you can sometimes ask yourself: how to export LinkedIn contacts to Excel or a spreadsheet?
The purpose of LinkedIn is to make you known, ideally as an expert in a field, in order to develop your professional network. It is possible that you receive many requests for connections on LinkedIn and accepting them one by one may take some time. We explain how to accept all LinkedIn invitations easily and quickly! 😜
The Sales Navigator, a very powerful search tool, allows you to segment your LinkedIn searches in an extremely precise way. 🎯
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There are plenty of LinkedIn features. If you are a bit lost, don’t panic. Today, we will focus on “message” and “connect” features to explain every difference between them. 😉