Another month in lockdown around the globe, we hope you are all staying safe and well.
You might have already seen that LinkedIn is reporting a 55% increase in user engagement with the platform over the last few weeks. That does kind of make sense if you think of all those people now WFH (working from home) who would usually be out and about.
More eyes on screens means that our users have been seeing great results from LinkedIn outreach.
Here’s a good example!
'Since the country shut down, I've used Dus-Soup to book 17 meetings, mostly with new relationships. I simply sent a message to my first connections in my city wishing them well and offering to network via a "virtual coffee" and make connections for them if they'd been displaced or felt their job was in jeopardy, especially since there were no networking events to attend.
CISOs, Chief Digital Officers, VPs, etc.’
We also published a blog last week with some ideas about what you could be doing in this time of Covid-19 - read it here for ideas and useful links.
Keep on reading to learn more about what Dux-Soup's been up to this month.
Gin Kuzminskaite, Head of Customer Support at Dux-Soup and Giles Garnett, Head of Professional Services, presented two webinars in April. We were delighted that 2286 people registered. Thanks to you all for joining!
In May, we’re running two back to basics ‘Get Started with Dux-Soup’ webinars. If you want a step by step guide to setting up the tool the right way or have been struggling to get started then these are for you!
Check out all our free upcoming webinars - at the very least they’ll provide a welcome distraction to your day to day routine.
Dux-Soup released a new version 7.3.5 in April that contains the following changes:
Just so you know, you can update your Dux-Soup to the latest version by restarting Chrome or by following these steps.
Google Chrome has also recently released a new version. Check if you are running the latest Chrome version and update if needed here: chrome://settings/help to make sure Dux-Soup runs smoothly.
Thanks so much for sharing your experience with us on the Chrome Web Store. We are incredibly grateful that many of you take the time out to leave us a review.
Here is the most recent review from one of our happy customers:
In this blog, Adam Osman, Head of Marketing at Dux-Soup interviews the founder of Dux-Soup, Will van der Sanden. Will shares some unique insights and useful tips on how to build a successful growth hacking business.
In this blog, we cover how to use the LinkedIn search tools most effectively - including Boolean searching and Regex options that ensure your targeting is more accurate. Turn your LinkedIn prospect list into a potential customer list!
LinkedIn provides an excellent forum for building and influencing your audience on LinkedIn, using all of the detailed targeting and filtering capabilities available in LinkedIn Sales Navigator or LinkedIn Recruiter. This blog shares four stages on how to build your brand on LinkedIn.
This blog shares some practical tips for your lead generation strategy during Covid-19 times.
If you do have time on your hands we hope that this article gives some pointers as to what you could be looking at and focusing on to improve both your lead gen processes and communications using Dux-Soup, but also LinkedIn in general.
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