You want to generate qualified leads and sales meetings with LinkedIn, but you’ve heard about the threat of getting your account banned.

Since LinkedIn has deemed any 3rd party automation tool against their terms of service (TOS), it’s smart to tread lightly.

Let’s talk about Chrome Extensions and whether or not they’re safe to use when automating your LinkedIn lead generation.

Are Chrome Extensions for LinkedIn Automations Dangerous?

The short answer is, no.

The software companies creating these solutions have been around the block a few times at this point, so they know how to make sure their apps are safe (Dux-Soup has been around for over 7 years at this point!).

The most important thing is to make sure you set your limits to a reasonable range, and don’t SPAM people.

How to Make Sure You Don’t Get Your LinkedIn Account Blocked

Overall, it comes back to SPAM.

LinkedIn wants to grow revenue and onboard more users. But they also want to fight SPAM.

So as long as:

  • Your offer is relevant to your target audience
  • You don’t send BULK messages (like tens of thousands)
  • You respect unsubscribe requests

You should be 100% fine.


If you want to learn more about Chrome Extensions for LinkedIn Automation, you can read our other article.

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