The Basics of Alfred Campaigns

Campaigns Creation
In this video, we'll walk you through some of the basics of creating your first Alfred campaign.

Video Transcript

Alfred allows you to create different types of outreach campaign sequences for your target audience. In this video, we'll cover some of the campaign basics.
Simply head over to create and select from the four different options available to you. Creating a campaign sequence in Alfred is a three step process. The first step is going to be to add your leads.
When choosing the LinkedIn or multi channel campaign option, you'll come across nine different resources available to you. Select the one you prefer, and set up your criteria then click on Next. 
To create your campaign sequence, simply start selecting different steps we can start off by engaging with the profile liking recent posts. After that, let's say we want to send a connection request and after that, let's say we want to send a LinkedIn message. We can go ahead and modify the days or hours in which we want each step to be apart from the last.
Within Alfred you'll also be able to fully personalize your campaign messages. Whether that be a LinkedIn connection request, a LinkedIn message, a LinkedIn InMail, an email or a Twitter direct message, you'll be able to fully personalize them by using different values. Head over to personalize and select from the list. You can also create and insert different templates within Alfred. Simply select Templates, choose a category, select the template and click on Add.
If at any point you want to edit this the way that your sequences looking, simply go ahead and click on the 'X' to remove a step and continue to add as many steps as you like. There's no limit to how many steps you can have within a campaign. So feel free to make it as long or as short as you want.
Once you're happy, simply click on next and give your campaign a name. Over here you'll see a quick overview of what your campaign will look like. And once you're happy, click on Publish. As soon as you hit Publish, your campaign will go live and you'll be able to tell that the status is green which means it is running. If you want to pause a campaign you can do that at any time by simply selecting this icon - and yellow means that the campaign has been paused.
As data becomes available and Alfred starts performing actions or sending invitations and tracking conversion, you'll be able to manage all that info here.
If you have any questions about campaigns, please feel free to contact our customer support team who is standing by to assist you.

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