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LinkedIn Outreach Made Easier: An Overview of LinkedCamp LinkedIn Automation Tool
For a few months now, we have been looking for more ways to optimize and step up our LinkedIn outreach campaigns to help our Sales team generate quality potential leads. While there are a lot of mainstream LinkedIn automation tools available in the market, this time we would like to share our experience with LinkedCamp.
Some or many of you might be familiar with the tool already while others are not (including us before) but based on our initial test and experience, this tool might be the hidden gem of LinkedIn automation everyone has been looking for.
Read on to know more about it.
Disclaimer: Please note that this is not a sponsored post nor are we directly affiliated with LinkedCamp. This article is simply an overview of a tool based on our first-hand experience.
- Visit https://linkedcamp.com/ and create an account.
It’s good that they offer a 14-day trial period. No monetary commitment as you do not have to connect any wallet, debit or credit card.
- Fill in necessary details.
- You may check the pricing here.
- Here’s an overview of the features.
- To get started, you need to connect the LinkedIn profile you would like to use for the campaign. Please note that connecting your personal profile (not one you built only for this campaign) should be connected at your own risk.
- Get the code from the email address of your profile.
- Add a new campaign to kickstart the automation.
- Add a search URL of the industry you want to find leads from (e.g. data scraping), select desired filters in campaign options, and add necessary tags to categorize leads.
- Create a message you want to send along with the connection requests.
- Name the campaign. Decide the time interval of it.
This is how the campaign looks when it begins.
- These are the initial results of the campaign while running for a few hours (less than 12 hours).
- In the dashboard, you can see how many actions were done so far as well as who replied, who we sent requests to and all the activities in the campaign.
- There is also a pie graph version of the statistics.
- Contacts. What’s good about this is that after sending connection requests, the tool can also scrape available information from the profiles (LinkedIn profile link, Twitter, Skype, website, phone number and email address).
- Instead of checking your messages via LinkedIn, you also have your integrated inbox inside the tool.
- In the Activity section, you can see the leads who have replied, who we sent connection requests to as well as the profiles we did not contact yet but the tool has scraped already.
- Campaign Reporting. As you can see here, out of 10 invites we sent, 5 accepted the requests. That’s a 50% conversion rate. Moreover, 2 of them replied to our initial message.
- Here’s a more detailed statistics of the reporting.
- When you are done tagging the leads, you can see the comprehensive results here.
- This is where you can check the LinkedIn accounts you connected to the tool.
- You can configure here the daily limits of the actions. In our case, we started with 10 actions only as this can be treated as a test. According to automation experts, the average safe number of requests you can send per week is 100. If you would like to go beyond this number, you may do so at your own discretion.
To maximize the sending of requests, it is best to connect as many LinkedIn accounts as you can. With this, you will not overdo the actions done per profile.
- LinkedCamp has their own built-in proxies back-end but if you are more comfortable and you feel safer using your own, you may do so. With this, we highly recommend using mobile proxies as they have really high trust scores when it comes to social media automation. The more LinkedIn profiles you connect, the better you use your own proxies so you have an assurance of privacy and security.
- You may save your campaign flows here after building one so you can use it with other LinkedIn profiles you plan to connect in the future.
If you have experienced using LinkedCamp (whether it was good or something that needs improvement), please feel free to comment down below and let’s help each other out elevate the game of LinkedIn automation!