FAQ 

  This is the FAQ for prospective customers. For troubleshooting click here.
LinMailPro simply goes through the same steps as you would to send any number of emails to a list of people, except that it does so automatically. All you need to do is pick a list of people, write the email and press send just the once, leaving you to get on with more productive tasks, free up staff time or saving money on outsourcing this tedious task.
LinMailPro works on Windows 7 and higher and recent versions of OS X.
Very little. Mostly it is an extension to the LinkedIn site, and its Dashboard is very simple. The training videos are just 5-10 minutes long.

As for using the right methods for targeted messages on LinkedIn, we recommend you stay up to date with the various changes in strategies and rules; this is not a tool for the new starter.
There are many rules for LinkedIn; most are designed to help genuine business people stay in touch with each other, while tactics typical of Facebook and Twitter are frowned upon.  Some basic tips follow, and  here is LinkedIn's page.

Dos and Don'ts

  • Do not suddenly and drastically change your LinkedIn messaging patterns.
  • Regular, free LinkedIn accounts are very limited in the amount of page visits and searches allowed. It is recommended you only use Visit mode with a premium account.
  • Always send useful, relevant information.
  • Never pitch or promote a product or service.
  • If someone is interested, they will visit your link or profile.
  • If you are not sure what to do, ask, take a course, or read this useful Pulse article.

  • Scheduled batch sends
  • Detailed statistics/reporting
  • Auto-responder
  • Auto-like Pulse articles
  • We'd love to hear your suggestions!
LinMailPro is not a LinkedIn product. It was designed by a frustrated LinkedIn marketer who partnered with a very talented team to build it.
We don't know of any reason why it wouldn't work with non-English languages, however all menus/options/help/etc. are in English, for compatibility with LinkedIn, and it is only tested with English language messaging.