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A Bridge private network allows organizations, companies and communities to create their own private network on Bridge. Private networks allow members and their invited guests to easily share their networks and pipelines with each other. This allows private networks to help each other with warm introductions and insights into their shared networks.
Direct introductions are opt-in introductions you offer or make for your network. With direct introductions you specify everyone who is being introduced when you create or offer the introduction.
Indirect introductions are introductions that you offer to your network via Intro links or by sharing custom groups. They are a form of self-serve introductions as the introduction only begins when someone requests that introduction.
These requests then go to the Connector (i.e. the person who would be forwarding the introduction) for review before they are forwarded. Connectors are only charged for indirect introductions that they chose to forward. They are not charged for any indirect introductions that they receive and chose not to forward.
Yes. Your usage allowances expire if not used at the end of your billing period.
Yes. Indirect intro credits expire if not used at the end of your billing period.
When you initiate an intro request by yourself (e.g. via search, our extension, Pipeline feature, or just the ‘Request intro’ button on the homepage), that will count towards your intro request allowance for that month. Any intros that were offered to you (you clicked on a Bridge intro link, browsed a network you were part of, or someone made a Bridge intro for you) do not count towards that allowance.