Leads transfer through LinkedIn (LTL)

In addition to sending you an email notification, using our platform, we can create a Group Chat Transfer of leads on LinkedIn.

What is LTL Exactly?

Lead transfers through LinkedIn (LTL) puts you and the lead in a direct conversation through group chat on LinkedIn.

The process is simple our automated LinkedIn sales assistants will outreach prospects through a series of messages with your offer, once a lead accepts the connection message or replies positively to your pitch, the automated LinkedIn sales assistants will create a group chat with you and the leads!

What are the benefits of using LTL?

  1. Keep the leads warmed up during the transfer.

  2. Receive them in your LinkedIn inbox with 0-disconnection.

  3. You don’t have to risk your LinkedIn account to outreach the prospects!

How Does LTL Works?

When you activate LTL in your account, your sales assistants will send a connection request to you (the user).

Such a connection request is necessary, in order to get the sales assistants creating a group chat between the you (the user) and the lead.

In order to activate LTL in your account, follow the steps below:

  1. When a lead is transferred to a you, we push the transfer message into a group chat on LinkedIn.

  2. Such a group chat will be composed of the Lead and You, so then you will have a direct channel to connect with the leads and increasing your chances of closing the deal.

  3. The LTL can be activated in the pipelines screen, as you can see in the picture below:

4. The LTL requires that the client write the URL of his/her LinkedIn profile, as you can see in the picture below:

5. Each user of the platform may have assigned no more than 1 LinkedIn URL.

6. A user cannot receive more than 20 leads transfers every day, otherwise LinkedIn may block his account.

7. If a client wants to receive more than 20 leads transfers daily, he/she should add a second user, activate the feature for this new user, and add such a second user in the notifications list of the pipeline, as is shown in the picture below.