Tip for Connecting to People in Groups on LinkedIn

How to Message LinkedIn Group Members You’re Not Connected To

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From #1 Linkedin expert Lewis Howes  Tip for Connecting to People in Groups on LinkedIn
Tip for Connecting to People in Groups on LinkedIn
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“Tip for Connecting to People in Groups on LinkedIn”
How to Message LinkedIn Group Members You’re Not Connected To
Several months ago, many people thought that LinkedIn took away the ability to message group members they weren’t connected to. They didn’t take it away, they just made it harder. Instead of launching messages to group members from a search list or the person’s profile, you now have to go into the group that you share with that person to launch the message.
This video demonstrates how to send a message to a LinkedIn group member you’re not connected to.
General info from Linked In Tutorial
Sending Messages to Connections and Contacts
How do I send messages to connections or contacts?
You can send a message to your connections from your inbox or your Contacts page.
The message will be sent to the recipient’s LinkedIn inbox and possibly to their email address, depending on their LinkedIn notification settings.
To send a message to one or more connections from your inbox:
To send a message to 1 or more connections from your Contacts page:
To send a group message to multiple connections from your Contacts page:
Notes:
You can only send a group message to people you’re connected to.
To message a contact who is not a LinkedIn connection, you must message them individually.
To send a copy of your message to your inbox, add yourself as a recipient.
After sending a message, a copy will be placed in your Sent folder.
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THE NAUTICAL ORIGINS of Some Common Expressions ….
Cat out of the bag : “Vowles drew the cat from its red baize bag, phlegmatically
took up his stance, and as the ship reached the height of her roll he laid on the first stroke.
‘Oh my God,’ cried Weightman, enormously loud.”
[Patrick O'Brian, The Truelove, p. 198]
As I understand it, the cat ‘o nine tails was normally kept in a cloth bag,
and was only pulled out immediately prior to flogging,
hence the phrase signifying that one has crossed some bright line of misconduct, etc.
I also have a vague recollection of reading somewhere that the bag was sometimes
brandished in front of a potential miscreant to warn him, somewhat like
brandishing the mace before an unruly member of a legislature.
Another explanation: Scrubs would sell a suckling pig to someone,
presenting them with a squirming sack, or “poke”.
The unfortunate would then have bought a pig in a poke.
When the poke was opened, he would find not a nice edible pig, but a cat; thus,
letting the cat out of the bag reveals the deception.
This seems to jibe with usage a little better.

Tip for Connecting to People in Groups on LinkedIn