As the flowers start to bloom, and the days start to get longer once more, there’s a wonderful feeling that Spring is in the air. What better way to ‘spring-clean’ your lead generation activities than with a sprinkle of new Dux-Soup features to make your outreach strategy even simpler!
If you haven’t already taken the plunge with Dux-Soup, then our ‘Get Started’ series this month is the perfect accompaniment to a free 14-day trial, which you can start right now by clicking on the registration button below.
Now, keep on reading, as we share the lowdown on our amazing new features and guide you through the latest articles and webinars to help you to power up your prospecting.
We're super excited to announce the release of so many quacking new features, so here are the highlights:
More actions for your drip campaign sequence
As well as ‘Visiting’, ‘Endorsing’ and sending ‘Connection Requests’, you can now also ‘Follow’ and send InMails as part of your automated campaign sequence.
These options give you even more control over the personalization of your automated campaign sequences - so now even more of your time can be concentrated elsewhere!
Campaign sequence rearrangement
With the latest update, it's now possible to arrange your preferred actions in any order by simply dragging and dropping them. Awesome!! (We LOVE this feature)!
Smarter campaign delays
You can now set your delay to “after previous” action. This feature ensures that actions are executed one by one, so the next action is only scheduled once the previous action has been completed.
This means that your queue won’t be cluttered with lots of items that don’t need to be sent yet, making it much easier to view the progress of your campaign actions.
Team points and lookup history
Team license administrators can now centrally purchase Dux-Soup Points for their team.
(Dux-Soup Points allow users to capture email addresses for 2nd and 3rd-degree connections).
Lookup history can also now be shared across the team, to reduce duplication of actions.
New User Interface
At the start of the month, Dux-Soup released a new Simplified User Interface.
This is to give new users a simplified, slimmed down version of Dux-Soup that focuses on core LinkedIn automation activities and settings. In other words, to make it simpler to use.
Existing users can continue to use the old (Expert) UI or choose to switch to the new Simplified UI in the options - >user tab.
New users receive the Simplified UI by default and can switch to "Expert" mode for access to all the Dux-Soup settings.
Check out our in-depth breakdown of all the features by heading to our Dux-Soup User Interface blog.
If you are wondering what the difference is between visiting and scanning profiles, you have found the answer!
Within this blog, we clarify the difference between these two Dux-Soup functions and provide you with a comprehensive guide on:
A new, more simplified user interface was introduced by Dux-Soup this Spring.
The purpose of the update was to provide new users with a more basic version of Dux-Soup that focuses on essential LinkedIn automation activities and settings, making it easier to navigate.
This blog walks you through the differences between the two user interfaces so that you understand which one is right for you. We go over the plans and display the various regular and expert extension actions.
Digital Marketing expert Gaurav Sharma led this sales outreach masterclass covering his proven strategies for generating leads and securing new clients.
Gaurav, a Dux-Soup Turbo user, and owner of Attrock, a digital marketing agency, has a decade of experience in growth hacking and has worked with businesses such as Hubspot and SemRush.
Get ahead of the competition and watch the recording on our YouTube channel, to learn about his expert tips on creating a successful sales outreach strategy, including his step-by-step formula.
In this webinar we guide you through the 5-step process to start your LinkedIn lead generation journey.
This practical demonstration covers everything from installing Dux-Soup to finding prospects, launching campaigns, and integrating with your CRM system.
During the session, you will learn how to:
If you’d rather read the corresponding blog, then head to …
To complement the webinar ‘Get started with Dux-Soup in 5 simple steps’, we’ve also pulled together this fantastic step-by-step guide to getting started with Dux-Soup.
The blog takes you through how to:
If you’re new to LinkedIn automation, or want a refresher on how to get your automation journey started after a break, then this is your perfect accompaniment.
Don’t forget you can also register for a 2-week, free Dux-Soup trial to help you on your way.
At Dux-Soup, improving customer experience is our top priority and your feedback on the Chrome Webstore is crucial to achieving this goal.
Your thoughts can provide new users with an accurate understanding of what Dux-Soup is all about.
We're excited to share the latest customer support feedback from our happy clients:
If you have any questions or feedback, get in touch with our support team at email@example.com. Don't forget you can always check out our blog and webinar pages on our website, or sign up to our Learning Hub, to be notified of all the latest in Dux-Soup and LinkedIn automation news.
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