Hey there Skyleaders 🌟,
In today's guide, we're diving deep into the “Account Health” settings option to help you maintain a top-notch LinkedIn profile 📚.
Here's how to get started:
1️⃣ Begin on the Settings page ⚙️.
2️⃣ Look for the LinkedIn settings section 🔗.
3️⃣ From there, simply click on the Account Health tab.
By keeping an eye on your Account Health, you're ensuring that your LinkedIn operations stay smooth and efficient.
The first option you see is this one :
🔍 Pending Connection Requests Limit: This setting determines how many pending Connection Requests you can accumulate before Skylead takes action. Once you hit the set limit, Skylead will start to automatically erase them, beginning with the oldest ones.
🚫 Why the Limit? The idea behind this limit is to maintain good standing with LinkedIn. We recommend setting this limit between 800-1000. Why? Because LinkedIn aims to ensure genuine connections and prevent users from mass-adding people they might not know. Keeping within this range helps reduce the chances of encountering restrictions on your account.
The second option is to choose if you want to delete pending connections automatically.
You should make sure that your second option is turned ON in case you want Skylead automatically to start erasing pending Connection Requests once they reach the above-mentioned limit.
! We strongly recommend keeping this option ON.
Moving on to the third setting under "Account Health", let's discuss the "Weekend Activity" option:
🗓️ Active on Weekends: This setting lets you decide if you want Skylead to run campaigns and engage in activities on your behalf during weekends.
🤔 Why Consider Turning It Off?: While LinkedIn is indeed a professional network, with most users being active during regular working days (Monday to Friday), using it extensively on weekends might raise eyebrows. There's a common perception that professionals are usually offline during the weekends on platforms like LinkedIn.
⚠️ Risk of Restrictions: Keeping the weekend activity on might lead to a higher chance of account restrictions. Consistent and intense activity on days when most users are off might be seen as "overuse" or automated behavior by LinkedIn.
As always, while it's tempting to be active 24/7, moderation is key. Consider your audience's habits and the platform's best practices to optimize your LinkedIn experience! 🌐👩💼👨💼.
Always remember, it's about quality, not quantity! Building genuine relationships on LinkedIn will always be more fruitful than just adding leads en masse. Stay smart and happy networking! 🤝🚀.
We hope this tutorial was helpful!
Enjoy your Skylead experience! 🚀