In this article we will learn how to add connection by searching people with emails using Linked Dominator, so you can start adding  your connection.

Step 1)  To add connection using LinkedDominator you need to visit: connection--> Add Connection

On this screen you will find several option to find users to connection.

Step 2) Select "By searching with uploaded Emails" as a source to add people

To connection from LinkedDominator you need to provide source for searching people. As you are looking to search people with your emails select "By searching with uploaded emails " as your source

Step 3) Input Email

Once you have selected your source in above step you will see a input area to add your emal. In this input field you can type or load number of emails you want linked Dominator to add connection in a day from each of your accounts.

Import with text file:  You can also import a text file with multiple emails by clicking button "Import From File"

Step 4) Define number of requests to send per day
In this input field number of people you want Linked Dominator to add in a day from each of your accounts.

Exa: If you want to add to 20 - 30 people in a day from your account fill "20 - 30" in the input box.

        And if you want to divide the campaigns into jobs then you can fill "10 - 15" in the input box. So the follow campaign will be divide into 2 jobs.

        If you want to wait between each job for some time(in minutes) before starting a new job then you can fill "10 - 15" in the input box

Step 5) Define Threads

Threads means the number of accounts you want the software to run simultaneously. Usually we suggest to set the the thread count equal to the number of accounts you are going to select for a campaign. However more number of threads means more CPU and RAM usage. So define the threads count depending on your machines configuration

Exa: If you have set thread count as 10, and selected 20 Linkedin accounts to run for campaign. Software will pick 10 accounts from your list and start processing them, once it completes processing for one account it will pick another pending account to start the activity and go on.

Step 6) Set Delay

You can set delay between each request users from one account. Software will randomly pick a count from minimum and maximum value set by you and use for the following 

Exa: You have set a delay of min:- 30 and max:- 60 seconds. Software will pick random number as 36 seconds. So once it send request to user1.It will wait 36 seconds to send request to user 2.

Step 7) Set Delay between accounts
 In this option You can set delay between two accounts
Exa: You have set a delay of min:- 30 and max:- 60 seconds. Software will pick random number as 36 seconds. So once it send request from 1 account .It will wait 36 seconds to send request to another account.

===> Send request to unique users from each account:

 If you want to add only unique friends to all your multiple accounts, check this option. LinkedDominator won't send requests to same profiles from your multiple accounts running in a particular campaign.

Step 8) Select Accounts

In this steps you need to select accounts which you want to use for add connection. You can select multiple accounts by checking the boxes.

You can also filter the accounts list based on groups you have created

Step 9) Save Campaign

Once you are done with configuring the above steps you are all set to start adding connection. There are 2 ways to save a campaign.


Create Campaign (Recommended): You can create campaigns to run with multiple batches at different interval of time or schedule to run later by clicking this button.Learn more about campaigns here

Start Now: You can start the campaign right away by clicking this button. Software will run such campaigns only once and complete the follow count set by you in one run. If you want to run daily or run in multiple batches click "Create Campaign" button.

Step 10) Check Reports

Once you have saved a campaign you will be redirected to campaign manager screen, where you can check full report about your follow user campaign showing to whom requests has been sent and by which profile.