Our LinkedIn bot was designed from the ground up to make your marketing easier
Somiibo earns likes, shares, comments and friends quickly with optimal settings.
This module uses browser trusted user-input events. LinkedIn actually thinks a real user is navigating the site and interacting with content.
You can bot multiple accounts with Somiibo. Each module can have its own settings and breaks!
You can assign each bot instance a different proxy. LinkedIn will never know you bot multiple accounts.
Set breaks and goals for each bot. You can control how long the bot runs for without babysitting it.
Somiibo offers multiple modules for LinkedIn, each with its own niche for getting more comments, likes, follows, and shares.
Each module is designed to do a specific task on LinkedIn. You can run any number of modules at a time.
Somiibo includes a LinkedIn like bot, a LinkedIn friend bot, a LinkedIn share bot, and more! At our blog you can discover why Somiibo is the best LinkedIn Bot to get more page likes!
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Somiibo LinkedIn bot includes multiple modules. Each one utilizes different techniques for automating your LinkedIn marketing! Here are some of the things the LinkedIn bot modules will do:
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