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Configure the Email Finder API keys in LinkedFusion
Configure the Email Finder API keys in LinkedFusion

Send LinkedIn Connection Request using prospects Professional Email Address in LinkedFusion Automation Tool

Bhavin Mehta avatar
Written by Bhavin Mehta
Updated over a week ago

Here is how easy it is to send connection requests by email if you do that directly on LinkedIn.

If you log into your LinkedIn account and go to this LinkedIn page, you’ll be able to import contacts by pasting their email addresses

Once you click “Continue”, the invitation will be delivered to the recipient’s email address, and it will also appear in the “sent invitations” tab of your LinkedIn account:

How to find business emails of users on LinkedIn?

Step 1: Go to Email Finder APIs under Integrations. You can use one or more of the APIs as per your preference.

Step 2: You can signup on any of the 4 Email Finder tool that are shown in the tool currently. The sequence of finding emails is -

a) Our own database

b) Find that lead

c) Hunter

d) Any mail finder

e) Skrapp (We are adding many more options soon)

Sometimes it's observed that one tool will be able to find the email id as per the Domain name which others can't find. Here is the example

LinkedIn Profile:

Result on Find That Lead:

Result on Hunter:

It is Preferable to signup on all 4 Email finder tools to get the API key to send connection Invites to maximum people.

Step 3: Let's take an example of the Find That Lead Email Finder tool to get API key. You can signup there. You will see the below screen upon login. Click on Settings to get the API key.

Step 4: When you click on settings, you will see the below screen. Copy the API key and paste it into the Integration tab in LinkedFusion as shown in Step 1.

Step 5: Similarly you can set up and enter the API keys for the tool on which you have signed up as shown in Step 1.

For any queries you can contact to our support team on live chat or drop us a mail on [email protected]

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