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I Am Out of Connection Requests on LinkedIn. What Should I Do Now?
I Am Out of Connection Requests on LinkedIn. What Should I Do Now?

Getting the "You're out of regular connection requests" notification in Dripify? Find out why that's happening and how to bypass it.

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Written by Anna from Dripify
Updated over a week ago

As you may know, Dripify allows you to bypass the weekly invitation limit on LinkedIn and grow your network faster.
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Want to learn more? Feel free to take a look at this short guide.

If you see this notification, here are some of the reasons your connection requests are paused:

From what we have seen, there are three common reasons why this may occur:

  1. There are currently more than 1500 pending sent connection requests in your campaign
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  2. Too many connection requests have been manually sent from your LinkedIn account in the past 7 days
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  3. Too many connection requests have been sent using another automation tool in the past 7 days

In the case that you have more than 1500 pending sent connection requests, we recommend that you withdraw some of the oldest connection requests in bulk and try to keep the number of pending sent invites below 800 for safety reasons.

But, if you're using another automation tool to send connection requests, we highly suggest abandoning it and using a single software. Itโ€™s also not recommended to send a large quantity of invitations manually on LinkedIn while using Dripify.

Nevertheless, if you receive a notification regarding the weekly invitation limit:

  • Ensure you have less than 800 pending sent invitations .

  • Abandon all other automation tools.

  • Let Dripify cool down the performance (the software does that automatically for you) until the weekly limit is reset on your account.

Please don't hesitate to shoot our support team a message if you continue to receive the weekly limit error so we can work with you to identify the correct reason.

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