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How to Export LinkedIn Contacts

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Learn how to export your contacts from LinkedIn!

Learn how to export your contacts from LinkedIn!

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  • hi,
    When i export my contacts it doesn't give me the Telephone number of the contacts. Why is that?
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  • I believe that the true value of a LinkedIn account is the level 2 list of connections. I have downloaded and browsed my whole LinkedIn level 2 network (35 000+ contacts) and I am browsing the new contacts every other week, it gives me new leads all the time, very easy to contact. Took me some time the first time I got it all but now it takes me very little time to spot interesting leads in the updates (I am looking for very specific type of companies). The most interesting part is that my direct connections are working for me for free; each time they connect to new people, these people end up in my database and I just have to look at them to spot my sales lead.

    It's not a feature of LinkedIn, you have to use a third party service. There are several companies out there that provide this service. I am currently using Smart Bees (http://www.smartbees.biz), they have been very helpful so far.

    Mark
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  • this is great, but i want to ONLY export certain groups of contacts (who I've tagged with a particular label) but haven't found how to do that.
    Another alternative which would be great is if the export would INCLUDE the tag info with each contact, so then I could search that way. Anyone who knows how to do that, feel free to let me know! appreciated: bb@greenroundtable.org
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  • 1. Exporting LinkedIn Contacts Step-by-step guide on how to export your LinkedIn contacts : : Created by Megan Faust, Virtu-Assist : : www.virtu-assist.com  : : Twitter @virtuassist1
  • 2. First Things First
    • In order to have your contacts imported into the social networks you need to have a webmail account. Such as yahoo, gmail, etc. You can also use Outlook Exchange.
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    • You will only need to use it for saving the contacts. So if you don't have one yet create a free account before you get started.
  • 3. LinkedIn Connections
    • In order to use your connections as contacts you will need to export them into your web e-mail account. You can also create new connections using your existing contacts as well by importing them into LinkedIn.
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    • We will cover the process step-by-step. So let's get started.
  • 4. 1.0 Log into your LinkedIn Account
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    • Let's go to
    • http://www.linkedin.com
    • to log in!
  • 5. 2.0 Click on Contacts & Then Select Connections
  • 6. 3.0 Select All Contacts
  • 7. 4.0 Click on Export Connections
  • 8. 5.0 Choose your CSV File Format 6.0 Type security code & Click Export
  • 9. 7.0 Save your File 8.0 Congrats! Your Export is Finished.
  • 10. Presented by Megan Faust, Virtu-Assist   www.virtu-assist.com : : [email_address]   Phone 1.251.216.4080 : : Skype IM: megan-faust   Follow us for refreshing content daily:   http://www.linkedin.com/virtuassist http://www.facebook.com/megfaust http://www.twitter.com/virtuassist1  

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