5 steps to export your #LinkedIn connection list

It’s easy.

So easy that words are not needed in this back-to-basics blog post:

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Now you know how to export your connection list for email marketing, to excel, or for any other purpose, big BUT: I still warn against exporting your connection list to Outlook or other email platforms.

I think it’s still unreliable and I will not do this myself. Just saying…

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One Response to 5 steps to export your #LinkedIn connection list

  1. Corey Bearak says:

    If you have no contacts, I say why not import. The issue involves when you merge contacts. Sometimes I find people do not necessarily have their most up to date contact information on LinkedIn; and you want your contacts to be up to date. It’s a process.

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