Editor in Chief at Woodpecker.co
Sandra is a language geek. She enjoys creating stuff and chatting with people, and there are few things she appreciates more than a good story.
It’s my pleasure to announce that we’ve just rolled out an enhanced version of Manual Tasks. As of now, you can get easy access to your prospects' LinkedIn profiles and make LinkedIn outreach easier by adding LinkedIn Manual Tasks as a step in a campaign.
It’s impossible to retain 100% of your trial users. In some cases your product turns out not to be the best fit for them, their priorities change or they’re hoping you’ll develop it in a direction that’s just not aligned with your vision. There are other reasons trial users don’t convert, though - ones that you can control.
When you send out an email, it goes through a series of SPAM-filtering tests that determine whether it will be let through to the inbox. And sure, this doesn’t really stand in the way of your email getting through when you want to just grab a coffee with friends (unless there’s 500 of them and you’re emailing them all at once with the same message), but it might prove problematic when you’re reaching out to prospects or clients and your messages keep being mistaken for SPAM. See how to make sure your emails are getting exactly where you want them to - to the contact’s main inbox.
It's always interesting for me to see how our customers use Woodpecker - and what exactly do they use it for. Is it just for generating leads? Spoiler: no, it's not.
You might have the best SaaS product in the world, but still getting users to convert into paying customers won’t happen by itself. This process needs to be thought through and designed so as to nudge the user in the right direction. But how do you do so? What determines if users will convert or not? I asked SaaS Growth Specialist Michał Fiech to help me out with this one and chime in on the topic. Ready? Let’s go.
Are you worried you won’t get what DNS is all about because you’re not a tech-savvy person? Well, neither am I. It’s for other people like me that I did my best to get to the bottom of this topic and explain it in plain English, as simply as possible. So set your worries aside and dig in.
Some time ago Cathy wrote about what SaaS businesses can use cold emails for, other than outbound lead generation. Here’s a handful of other use cases that I hope will inspire you to, perhaps, look out of the scope of jobs Woodpecker usually does for you. Dig in.