Using LinkedIn for getting leads & outreach requires you to send multiple connection requests. But some LinkedIn Connection Requests do not get responded to. This creates a list of connection requests.
Based on this list you can be seen as a spam account on LinkedIn. This might cause Shadow ban the account.
Therefore, it is better to withdraw LinkedIn Connection Requests after 1-2 weeks of the request being not responded to.
So let’s look into simple steps to withdraw the connection request on LinkedIn.
Step 1: Getting to the LinkedIn Connection Request
As you Log in to the LinkedIn profile, then on the top of the profile page you will find the My Network icon. Go to it. When the My Network page opens. You will find the Invitations tab at top of the page. Click on Manage. You will also see the number of requests which are pending.
After clicking Manage, You will be redirected to the Manage Invitations page.
Step 2: Withdrawal LinkedIn Connection Request
When you the Manage Invitations, Go to the Sent tab. In this tab, you will find the list of People, Pages & Events for which Connection Requests have been sent but that have not been responded to. In the List, Click Withdraw next to a recipient’s name. A pop-up will appear to confirm your decision. So click on Withdraw to proceed.
Will the Recipient of the request be notified of the Withdrawal of the LinkedIn connection request?
Recipients of the request will not be notified of the withdrawal of the connection request.
After withdrawing the request can I resend the request again?
Yes, you can resend the request but only after 3 weeks.
What is the Invitation Limit for a LinkedIn user?
At present, LinkedIn gives its user a limit of 100 Invitations per week.
Can there be bulk withdrawal of connection requests?
You can withdraw connection requests one at a time only. LinkedIn does not provide a withdrawal request option in bulk.
So this was how easily you can withdraw LinkedIn Connection Request to save your LinkedIn account from getting a shadow ban. Though you cannot avoid the Connection Request Limit of LinkedIn (100 per week).
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