Dux-Soup can quickly become your loyal lead generation tool once you discover all the features a Pro subscription has to offer.
In this blog post we will review the differences between a free and a paid Dux-Soup account, the possible payment options and the next steps as a Pro user, so stick with us ‘till the end of this post.
How to download Dux-Soup?
If you are tempted to try Dux-Soup but not sure if you are ready to commit to a subscription, you are welcome to download our free Starter Edition via the Chrome Web Store:
Click on “Try it Now” and the extension will automatically download to your Chrome browser.
Starter vs Pro
When you click on the Dux-Soup icon and go to Options, you will see that the settings are greyed out — this is because the Starter Edition has limited features and to get a full access, you need to become a Pro user.
The free Starter Edition allows you to do the following:
- Auto-visit 100 profiles a day*
- Visit profiles on standard LinkedIn and Sales Navigator
- Use up to 100 tags to tag profiles
- Search tagged profiles with ‘Search by Tag” and view the 1st results page
Note: 100 profile visits do not include sending connection requests with a message. On a trial version, Dux-Soup will only visit profiles without sending an invite to connect.
The Starter Edition is a good way to preview which features and settings Dux-Soup has in play and test out how the profile visiting works.
However, for those looking to step up their lead generation game, we offer the Dux-Soup Professional Edition which will unlock all the features for profile visiting, automatic messaging, data downloading and more.
Take a look at the comparison table below to see how free and paid Dux-Soup versions differ:
The Pro version opens up a new world of lead generation on LinkedIn — you will be able to visit more than 100 profiles a day, download the information about them, send personalised connection requests and get their emails if you purchase one of our points packages. That’s only some of the key features of a Pro subscription.
The subscription service for Dux-Soup is $15 per month and your card will be automatically charged each month. You will need a Chrome account to make the purchase and you will be able to manage your subscription on Google Payments.
It’s important to be logged on to the same email to your Chrome account and to Chrome Web Store because if emails differ, you won’t be able to proceed with the purchase of Dux-Soup.
You can check it by clicking on your name in the top right hand corner of your browser and it will show which email you are logged on to. Then, go to Chrome Web Store to see if you are on the same email.
All set up and ready to go? Now proceed by clicking “Buy” and it will prompt you to add your card details.
You don’t have a Google Payments account or Credit Card? No problem. We also offer special 6 or 12 month bundles which you can pay for by PayPal. Plus, it’s better value for money and if you’re sure you’ll stick to Dux-Soup for longer than a month, it’s highly advisable to grab one of these bundles.
Once you purchased and installed Dux-Soup Pro, you should see a red duck icon on your browser. That means you are all set up to use Pro!
Also, when you go to Options, you will notice that none of the tabs are greyed out which means you can use all the Pro features.
So here you go — a few easy steps on becoming a Dux-Soup Pro user.
If you need any help getting set up, we have a perfect tutorial for you — watch our Getting Started With Dux-Soup which covers each Dux-Soup option and shows how to select the best settings.
Do you have any questions, comments or suggestions? We’d love to hear it all so send them over to email@example.com and we’ll help you straight away!
Thanks and happy Dux-ing!