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What are the best practices for linkedin messaging

Personalized sure but would love some good examples of how people are using linkedin messages. Are you directing people back to emails that haven't been looked at? Are you keeping it short and sweet?

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The only 'no go' in my book is the Connect->Sell method.  Quickest way to get 'unconnected'/blocked.  
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I've been trying to get better at this myself! Lately I've been offering a content piece related to some insight I gather from their profile and/or company.For example, if I find a tech company with >10% growth in sales headcount and less-tenured sales managers, I'll send a message to sales leaders about sales coaching and ask for their email to pr... See more
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I have a specific LinkedIn cadence I use. However, lately I've been changing it up a bit. 1. I send a catchy pitch and end with may we connect to further discuss? (I will personalize this if I find something specific to say).2. Once they accept the connection, I immediately respond with Hi {{first name}} thank you for connecting. 3. Usually they re... See more
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I usually overlook the messages in LinkedIn as they're usually templated. You need to go more personal and send a video message instead so its more engaging then just a message.
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Great question Chris. I don't there's any data to support this necessarily, but I follow what Sam says. I add people, WITHOUT a personalized invitation. Add 15-20 people I'd ideally like to sell to, and spend the next couple of months watching what they're doing on LinkedIn. Liking stuff if I think it was great- making comments (I shy away from lik... See more
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