Real engagement comes from comments. Everyone looking to have his profile more visible would benefit from it. It will be an action, like "like a post" or "endorse". It can include the name of the person (it will multiply the engagement) and some content or list of options where it will chose in line or randomly the comment. There are systems who do that already and would be amazing to have them integrated into Expandi
We manage a lot of accounts and it takes a long time to click into each account to check how many connection requests and messages have been sent, and to know when audience lists need to be refilled. It would be very helpful to have an agency-level dashboard to show stats for every profile on how many Connection Requests & Messages were sent for the last 1/7/30 days (maybe use a date selector). I need a table with all of the profiles listed and their stats in one page so I can quickly verify that campaigns are performing, or identify which profile I need to work on.
L.s., could we consider to add the option to send premium inmail messages please? Currently, only open inmails can be sent.
To enable us to understand which step contacts are in within a campaign from the 'people' tab and be able to filter based on that step. Because it's often difficult in a multi step campaign to find out where my contacts are. And as I push them further down the funnel within the campaign I want to home in on those guys and make sure they're still engaged and I don't lose them
Because only text messaging does not allow same functionallity that LinkedIn allows in the messages
Warning when someone is in two different messenger campaigns (or in a connector campaign and a messenger campaign
Additional warm for improving the status of the email, which will increase its deliverability
You can't check the overall statistics of a builder campaign. The fields of how many people have been contacted/connected/messaged/etc. stays empty.
Separate email campaign
When added the "Like a post" step in the Builder campaign, we should be able to to the "Stats" within the Builder campaign, and be able to click the "Like a post" step, which would pull up a window that would show all of the people who have received this step (who have had a post liked), and there should be a link then that goes to the exact post that was liked. This is important for a few reasons: -If you have keyword filters within the "Like a post" step, we need to be able to know they are working correctly, and that only the posts that match those keywords are being liked. Currently, we have no way to check this. -If we can see the exact post that is being liked (based on the keywords above) is also getting lots of engagement from other people (likes, comments, etc), then we can get insights on other keywords or hastags that are relevant in the space and optimize our future campaigns to like similar posts for these additional/new keywords. But if we can't see what posts are being liked, we have no insights into any of this. So we don't even know what posts are being liked, or if the step is working correctly. I've attached two screenshots: -The setting options within the "Like a post" step with the keywords entered (that we currently have no way of verifying if these settings are working -Suggested place where we'd go to be able to click and view what posts have been liked.
have 'campaign filter' in the 'global inbox'
Adding an event invite step inside of the builder flow
Outreaching people have visited your profile
We need the ability to send a test email from the email step in the campaign builder. So that we can check the email formatting and sender's email that the recipient will see. HighLevel has a good send test email feature - we need a similar way to send test emails in Expandi please!
At the moment, only the profile Headline is scraped for the expandi inbox and listed as "job title". Would be great to have additional data on their actual job position, as listed under their "experience". Instead of having to visit their profile to be certain of what they do when the headline is unclear.