LinkedIn is one of the most popular social networks on the planet today. Used primarily for business networking and sales, LinkedIn boasts some impressive numbers. As of May 2019, over 630 million people use the network, with two new people joining it every two seconds.
One of it's most popular features is InMail, a feature which allows users to send messages to others they are not directly connected with. It requires a premium LinkedIn account to use.
The feature can be invaluable to job seekers, recruiters and potential new clients. However, it is also ripe for abuse and missed potential. To that end, here are five tips that can help make sure your InMail message is read, understood, valued and acted upon.
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