I’ve sent 300 per day from my sales nav account without any issues. Once your account hits around 3,000 unaccepted invitations, you cannot send any more until you withdraw them. The big thing here is acceptance rates. Higher acceptance rates keeps your unaccepted invitations down and keeps you safe from being put in the penalty box because too many people have marked you as "I don't know this
If you pay for a premium or sales navigator account, I’ve done 1,000 per day without any issues. I've heard of account's getting temporarily suspended for doing more for 24 hours. But honestly 1,000 profile views per day is pretty excessive. - Zeeko
Can you adjust your privacy setting so that people not in your network can only see your experiences and skills?
Great question. You cannot hide that information from people logged into Linkedin who are outside your network. But you can change your public profile settings for people when they are not logged in. Go here and then look at the column on the right. Screenshot below shows example. - Zeeko
You can go here to sync all your contacts or upload a CSV. That will save you time because you don’t have to do one at at time. But be warned, that it will be less customized and your acceptance rates will be lower. - Zeeko
If the “Pending” in green disappears on a LinkedIn profile of someone you invited to connect with, does that mean they rejected your request?
There are a few reasons this may happen. They rejected your invitation Your invitation expired You withdrew it -Zeeko
For the most part, employers don’t care much about your college grades. They care more about your ability to learn, solve problems, and work ethic. I suggest you leave your grades off, and add content that reflects your potential as a hire. - Zeeko
Make sure your profile picture is indexible in your privacy settings. Then you need to wait for the google bot to re-crawl your url and update their index. - Zeeko