Recruiters monitor their InMail response rates closely, and for good reason.
They’re a good indicator of candidate engagement, but they also mean recruiters are getting more bang for their buck from their InMail allotment. Recruiters earn an InMail credit back if their message receives a response within 90 days — so response rates reflect both candidate engagement and recruiter efficiency.
But what kind of InMails actually drive higher response rates, and how can recruiters improve their own InMail response rate?
To find out, we took a close look at LinkedIn data to answer