LinkedIn recently implemented a new limit of 100 invitations per week.
Before that, the limit was 100/day…
If you want to know how to keep scaling your outbound campaigns on LinkedIn, prospecting with multiple accounts can be a solution.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to manage multiple linkedin accounts with Linkedin Helper and Evaboot.
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Can you have Multiple Linkedin Accounts?
Yes. There are no rules that prevent from having multiple linkedin accounts. As long as you respect connection request limitation and message limits, Linkedin has no reason to block you.
How to Create Multiple Linkedin Accounts?
Here start your linkedin multiple accounts strategy.
To easily create our LinkedIn Account fleet, we’ll use a tool called LinkedIn Helper.
They are in the game from a long time now.
After being banished from LinkedIn a few years ago, they came back with a really solid V2
In my opinion, it is the best and safest tool on the market (and it’s cheap).
Because they don’t interact with LinkedIn code or API.
All the automation are performed through your browser.
It’s like a human was clicking on the screen.
It’s almost impossible for LinkedIn to detect this tool if you stay under the limitations.
Create your first LinkedIn Helper account
Before seeing how to manage multiple linkedin accounts, lets simply create a first account on Linkedin helper.
Download the web app
Go see your cofounders or your Sales
Ask for their credentials
It’s better if you automate an account with a real human behind.
If you really can’t have someone, you can create a fake account:
- Choose a picture on This Person Does Not Exist
- Fill as much information as possible to make it look real (job experience, education, skills)
- Don’t automate the first week. Connect and send message to people manually.
Once you got credentials, click on “Add new” and connect.
Your freshly created account will appear on your dashboard.
You can enjoy 1 month free trial for your first account.
Later you will need to buy licenses and assign it to your accounts
You can now click on “Open” and connect to the LinkedIn Account on your machine.
You can navigate on LinkedIn like you were on your real browser!
Congratulation, you create the first account of your fleet.
But this not the end…
If you automate too many LinkedIn accounts on the same computer (IP address) LinkedIn will catch you in seconds.
That’s why you need proxies.
Connect proxies to your Linkedin Account
To manage multiple linkedin accounts and stay under the radar, you need to use proxies.
Go to Proxy6.net and buy an IPV6 Proxy
Choose the country you want your LinkedIn account to operate from.
As you can see, it’s really cheap.
Once you bought the proxy, go to “My proxies”
You’ll see the information you’ll need to connect the proxy to Linkedin Helper.
Choose your LinkedIn account and enter the information given to your Proxy6.
- Click on Assign Proxy
- Click on Add New
- Enter Info
- Click on Test and Save
- Choose the proxy you just added
- Click on “Assign”
After you should, the proxy assigned to your LinkedIn account.
You can now open your new LinkedIn account and navigate safely on multiple LinkedIn accounts without being caught by LinkedIn.
You can repeat this process on many account as you want.
Remember to manually warm your accounts the first week if they are cold.
Set up limits to keep your multiple Linkedin accounts safe
If you want to manage multiple linkedin accounts and stay safe, you need to set up the right limitations
- Open an account
- Go to setting
- Click on limits
Create a “human like” behavior
- Randomize hours
- Don’t automate on weekends
- 150 actions/day
Go to “Advanced Limits”
Set it up to:
- 100 invitations a week = 5 x 25 invitations/day
- 100 messages/day
You should be safe with this
Linkedin Multiple Account Outreach Strategy
Click on campaigns and create your first campaign
You got many options to build your messaging sequence on LinkedIn Helper
But let’s get pragmatic here
You don’t need a fancy sequence as long as your copywriting is good
You can use the 3 elements to build a classic message sequence.
Go to List > Add contact to add your prospects
Go to Upload Profiles URLs > Upload CSV file
You only got 100 invitations/week
Make sure the profile you upload are qualified prospects for your business
You got fewer bullets to aim the right target…
So don’t waste them!
If you want to build a qualified lead lists and avoid contacting people that are not relevant to your business:
- Use Sales Navigator instead of basic Linkedin search: Sales Navigator offers much more filters that will allow to create really curated lead list
- Use Evaboot to export your leads from Sales Navigator and double check all the leads
Sales Navigator often make mistakes dues to the way the filter works and Evaboot will help you to automatically detect all the unqualified leads in you search results.
Given that you’re all limited to 100 invitations per week on each account, try to split your
prospects between your different accounts.
A good strategy is to specialize each account in :
- an industry
- a country or a region
- a persona
When you have done that:
- Click on the campaigns you want to activate
- Click on start Campaign Runner
You’re all set!
Remember that copywriting is the most important thing in your Linkedin outbound campaigns.
Before you launch any automation:
- Know your Ideal Customer Profile (ICP)
- Know your Sales Pitch
- Use AIDA copywriting framework for your messages
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial!
Let’s get leads.
A special thanks to Thomas Lucy from Leadwarm for this one 😉