Bulk Like Several Posts in One Click on LinkedIn
PhoneBot is a valuable partner in your quest for growth. If you wish to upgrade your LinkedIn market campaign, this tutorial is for you. Liking posts related to your niche will guarantee your brand some exposure. This strategy is perfect if you have created a new LinkedIn account, and you need to warm it up
Paying someone to take care of your social media accounts could be an unnecessary investment, especially for new businesses. That’s why PhoneBot proposes a magnificent tool that will randomly like LinkedIn posts in your feed, to keep your account active. To discover how to exploit this amazing PhoneBot tool, keep on reading.
1. Build a Useful Feed
PhoneBot will randomly like posts in your news feed. To make the best out of the tool, create a suitable news feed for your campaign. In other words, join groups and create connections related to your niche.
To find groups in your industry, perform a simple LinkedIn search. Insert a keyword linked to your niche, then filter the results by groups. Focus on the groups with the higher number of members. Do not forget to join said groups, so as to see them in your news feed.
2. Configure PhoneBot to Bulk Like Several LinkedIn Posts
2.1 Download and Install PhoneBot on Your Computer
If you haven’t installed PhoneBot yet, you can test it for free. There is a guide that explains step by step how to install it and a video knowledge base that describes the process from scratch. Our live chat is at your disposal to help you whenever necessary. You can also contact us by WhatsApp or phone at +33767371715, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.2 Configure the “Bulk Like LinkedIn Posts” Task on PhoneBot
Once you have downloaded, installed and correctly activated the PhoneBot software on your computer, you need to create a campaign and configure the desired task.
- On the PhoneBot dashboard, create a campaign and name it.
You can pick any name you want. Remember that a campaign is composed of one or several tasks.
Then choose the desired task. In this case, select “LinkedIn Random Like” under Authority.
Another way to access the task is by using the left menu. There you will find all the tasks sorted by categories and platforms.
Make sure to choose the right task. If you accidentally click on the wrong one, you can unselect it at any time.
THE LIKE DAILY LIMIT
Once you land on the task page, you can start configuring all the details of the specific task.
The safety of your LinkedIn account is our main priority. To avoid triggering any spam alert, we strongly recommend keeping to the PhoneBot limit of 15 likes per day.
There’s no need to set any targets, as PhoneBot will automatically search for posts on your feed. Following the right accounts creates a productive news feed for your campaign. We have previously seen how to build a useful news feed on LinkedIn for this particular task. PhoneBot will randomly like some posts on your feed.
ENABLE TASK AND CAMPAIGN
Once you’ve created your messages, do not forget to save your configuration and enable your task.
Then, enable your campaign on the Campaigns page.
3. Run PhoneBot to Bulk Like Several LinkedIn Posts
To execute the campaigns, you need to use the PhoneBot software already installed on your Computer.
You can run your tasks from any of the first two tabs of the PhoneBot software (see image below). The first tab enables you to execute your whole campaign, which is to say, all the tasks configured in a particular campaign; whereas the second tab allows you to execute one specific task from a campaign. Make sure to choose the right campaign and device (this task can be performed either in a computer or a smartphone). Then just click on “Run”.
For further and more detailed information on the campaign and task execution, please refer to this detailed tutorial.
Increasing your LinkedIn presence is simple with PhoneBot. To like several posts at once using PhoneBot, just join groups linked to your niche, and create relevant connections. PhoneBot will randomly like the posts displayed in your feed.