Dux-Soup just released a new version 7.0.7. With this important update, everyone’s favorite LinkedIn tool just became even more secure and we also updated 'Dux-Soup Tricks' interface.
With recent events, where several LinkedIn automation tools were being detected and banned by LinkedIn, our primary concern is ensuring that you can use Dux-Soup safely. As a result, our tech team has been working very hard to make the tool extra secure - so you can use the tool without fear of getting your LinkedIn account suspended.
Here’s a quick overview of the new update:
We often get asked if using Dux-Soup is safe and if anything will happen to a user’s LinkedIn account.
When using any kind of LinkedIn automation tool, the number one priority is safety and making sure your account doesn’t get suspended. Especially if it’s your main tool for lead generation.
The safety of your account is our number one concern, and we’re always making sure it’s the most secure it can be.
There is nothing you have to update or fix in the settings, as all the changes are “under the bonnet” of Dux-Soup.
If you’re still a beginner at using Dux-Soup though, we always recommend optimising your profile for Beginner Settings for profile visiting and messaging.
With this new update, your LinkedIn account is in safe hands, and you can rest in the knowledge that Dux-Soup is the safest LinkedIn lead generation tool!
Do you have the latest version of Dux-Soup? Check your extension and make sure you’ve upgraded!
You can update Dux-Soup by restarting Chrome or by following these steps:
After you have your Dux-Soup updated to the latest version, please reload Dux-Soup configurations.
You can find this in Dux-Soup Options > User tab > Reload Configurations.
With the new update also comes a new look for the Dux-Soup Tricks box.
All you have to do is go to someone’s profile and you’ll see the new interface there.
Interested to know how you can use the Dux-Soup Tags and Your Notes features?
Check out our guide on Tagging & Untagging Profiles to see how you can better organise your LinkedIn leads and contacts.
At Dux-Soup, we’re committed to keeping your LinkedIn account safe.
To ensure your account doesn’t get suspended, we recommend following best automation safety practices.
As a rule of thumb, we recommend starting with sending no more than 3% to 5% connection requests of your total connections per day. Once your network expands, the number of recommended connection requests grows too, over time
If you want to make ensure maximum safety for your account, make sure you’re selective within your target audience, you’re sending a proportionate amount of connection requests, your Dux-Soup settings are carefully optimised, and that you’re keeping up with the latest Dux-Soup news.
That’s all for now!
Most of the work is already done for you! Now, all you have to do is continue with your lead generation efforts, knowing your account will be extra secure and that the Dux-Soup Tricks interface looking better than ever.
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