How to Setup LinkedIn Campaigns on Meet Alfred | Scribe

    How to Setup LinkedIn Campaigns on Meet Alfred

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    Navigate to [https://app.meetalfred.com/dashboard/today](https://app.meetalfred.com/dashboard/today)
    Click "Create" in the upper right and then select the type of campaign you want to create. See additional details on setting up campaigns here - <https://meetalfred.com/help/en/collections/1925814-campaign-builder>. - Use LinkedIn Campaign for campaigns purely on LinkedIn - Use Email for purely email campaigns (aka sequences) - Use Multi-channel campaign if you want to design a sequence that will send a combination of LinkedIn messages and emails.
    Next, you'll be presented with a number of options on how to load in the leads for your campaign.

    For LinkedIn Campaigns from a CSV Upload

    Select the appropriate option, such as CSV upload.
    Upload your CSV file. Note:[[Include a column with the lead's LinkedIn profile URL \*\*in the first column.\*\*]]
    Once your leads have been loaded in, click Upload.
    Next, setup the steps for your campaign. You can - - Engage with their profile - <https://meetalfred.com/help/en/articles/4110576-profile-engagement-feature> - Send a connection request - Send a LinkedIn message or InMail (Note: you can only send an InMail if you have a paid Sales Navigator license) Choose the steps you want the tool to complete and choose the time to wait in between each step.
    Click here.
    Click "Send Connection Request"
    Double-click this field.
    Click here.
    Select the time delay between steps.
    Click "Send Linkedin Message"
    Click "Personalize" to add the leads fist name, company name etc in your message.
    Click "First Name"
    Click this field.
    When you are done constructing your campaign, click Next.
    Give your campaign a name - this is an internal name that only you and your team will see.
    Review everything and then click Publish.
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