Don't waste your time accepting incoming connection requests!
Instead of spending time each day going through the boring process of accepting requests individually, let our API take care of it for you. By doing so, you will be able to spend your time on more important tasks.
Our solution: Automatically accept requests and receive summary emails
Get your agent accepting as many connections as you want at the speed you want. Every time your agent is launched, receive a summary email including information of each LinkedIn profile that has been added. This way you can:
Continue growing your network.
Gain better visibility with each new connection you want to interact with.
What will you need? ⚙️
Session cookie: Your session cookie from LinkedIn.
Number of connections to accept: The number of profiles you want to add per launch of the API.
(You already have all that? Click straight away on "Use this API")
Which steps to follow?
1. Create an account on Phantombuster.com 💻
If you haven't already, create a FREE account on Phantombuster. Our service will browse the web for you. It’s a website automator which runs in the cloud. Once done we'll follow up.
2. Use this API on your account.👌
Now that you're connected to Phantombuster, Click on the following button (it will open a new tab).
3. Click on Configure me!
You'll now see the 3 configuration dots blinking. Click on them.
4. Linkedin authentication 🔑
(You already know how to get your sessionCookie? skip this part)
Because the script will manipulate LinkedIn for you, it needs to be logged on your LinkedIn account. For that you just need to copy paste your session cookie in the script argument:
Using Chrome, go to your LinkedIn homepage and open the inspector
→ Right click anywhere on the page and select “Inspect”
→ CMD+OPT+i on macOS
→ F12 or CTRL+MAJ+i on Windows
Locate the “Application” tab
Select “Cookies” > “http://www.linkedin.com” on the left menu.
Locate the “li_at” cookie.
Copy what’s under “Value” (Double click on it then Ctrl+C) and paste it into your script Argument)