LinkedIn restricted you from using the platform? Here is how to stay on the safe side

Got a warning from LinkedIn?
Did you get logged out of your account?
LinkedIn is not letting you perform any activity?

All this happens when you get restricted by LinkedIn. Getting your well-established LinkedIn account is obviously frustrating but don’t worry! It’s not the end of the world.

There could be plenty of reasons your LinkedIn account is under restrictions. But that doesn’t mean you’re in LinkedIn jail.

In this article, we will cover why LinkedIn restricted your accounts and what to do and how to stay safe.

Why LinkedIn Restricted Your Account

Getting your account restricted or banned obviously makes you so angry because you lose your account temporarily, and it also wastes your time.

But you can avoid such problems once you know what things can get you in trouble. Here are the five most common reasons why LinkedIn restricts your account:

1. Sending too many connection requests in a short time

2. Sending a lot of templates and promotional messages

3. Too many people flag you as’ I don’t know this person

4. Using unreliable LinkedIn automation tools

5. Doing any spamming activity

Best Practices to Avoid LinkedIn Ban or Restrictions

1. Use safe LinkedIn automation tools

A lot of people get warnings from LinkedIn because they use unsafe LinkedIn automation tools.

For this reason, a number of people think that LinkedIn automation is spammy. However, the truth is that it depends on the approach and type of tool you use to automate activities.

There are two types of LinkedIn automation tools available in the market:

1. Cloud-based LinkedIn automation

2. Chrome extensions

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Hi, I am James Stone. I am an affectionate content marketer and love to write on technology, marketing automation & lead generation.

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Hi, I am James Stone. I am an affectionate content marketer and love to write on technology, marketing automation & lead generation.

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