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How to Track Visitors Behavior for FREE
Category: Link & Grow,Tutorial Author: dreadpixel Date: 11 months ago Comments: 0

I’ve been doing many campaigns and scouting portals where I can market this same product membership. Adding eventually more traffic and everything but I didnt know what my users did inside the Landing, where they scrolled or clicked.

I was seriously thinking on getting a Tool like CrazyEgg or something else, but then I found Yandex Metrica which has some pretty cool features that will help you gain more insights of what to improve on landings to increase conversions.

Here I made a quick video showing a tool I was very impressed with, you can see everything a visitor did on the page:

Besides it also has a tracker to watch how your Conversion Rate behaves on the page you add the Yandex code to. Here is my Form conversion rate:

It’s really nice that it also tracks this so we can compare different landing pages and select those that have better Form conversion for Leads.

It also has some other features like gathering the overall clicks that users give to the screen. Its like the “confetti” tool.

Along with many integrations on the system:

I will update you all if I find more tips on using this platform.


How to Extract Emails from Facebook Groups
Category: Data Extraction,Facebook,Link & Grow Author: dreadpixel Date: 11 months ago Comments: 0

Here is how you can use Link & Grow to extract contacts from multiple Facebook Groups around the web-based on specific keywords.

You can set a bit list of keywords to mix and get plenty of contacts that you can set into a Facebook Ads Custom Audience or verifying the emails before sending a cold emailing campaign with automatic follow-ups to do things like growing a list or joining another FB group.

Here is a quick step by step guide:

If you need to scrape specific groups, that will be possible on the Automator tab when we finish it on our developer roadmap.

We will be creating a Roadmap page so you can see what is upcoming.


How to connect Gmail with Hubspot CRM
Category: CRM,Email Marketing,Google,Link & Grow Author: dreadpixel Date: 11 months ago Comments: 0

This is a brief guide on how to make connection between your Gmail on GSuite(or Free) with Hubspot. Its quite simple and we will list all available features for this.

Key Benefits

  • Log emails sent from Gmail in HubSpot CRM with one click.
  • Track email opens and clicks in real time.
  • Get access to the tools you need to work more efficiently — like templates, sequences, meetings, and more — right in your inbox.

Connect your Gmail account

Please note: if you connect a Gmail inbox that has an alias set up, that alias will show up automatically in the From dropdown menu in the email composer. The alias must be set up in your Gmail account before you connect your inbox.

If you have Google’s Advanced Protection Program enabled in your Gmail account, you can’t connect your inbox to HubSpot.

  • In your HubSpot account, click the settings icon settings in the main navigation bar.
  • In the left sidebar menu, navigate to Integrations Email integrations.
  • Click Connect personal email.
  • Select Google / Gmail.
  • Read through what to expect when you connect your Gmail inbox to HubSpot, then click Continue.
  • You’ll be prompted to log in to your Gmail account. Enter the email address of the Google account you want to use. If you’re already logged into one or more of your Gmail accounts, choose the account you want to connect.
  • Review the required permissions, then click Allow.
  • You’ll be redirected back to your settings, and a dialog box will appear to inform you that your Gmail inbox is now connected to HubSpot.

Keep reading the complete guide here: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/email-tracking/connect-your-inbox-to-hubspot


Gmail Free and GSuite sending limits
Category: Cold emailing,Link & Grow Author: dreadpixel Date: 11 months ago Comments: 0

Everybody that is doing cold emailing needs to adjust to some policies and narrow all the audience to reduce the sendings so you don’t have problems with your email reputation.

That’s why we would recommend to adjust your sendings to the terms that you can find here: https://support.google.com/a/answer/166852?hl=en
Try counting the automatic follow-ups so you dont bypass them.

  • Free Gmail limits you to send 500 emails per day on the web interface.
  • Free Gmail limits using external clients SMTP is 100 per day. (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc.)
  • GSuite will allow you to send 2,000 emails per day.

Simple as that, do not exceed if you don’t want your account suspended. If you are using Link&Grow desktop version make sure to verify the emails and then enrich them to narrow all the audience and just send about 20-250 emails per day.

Limit typeLimit
Messages per day
Daily sending limit*
2,000 (500 for trial accounts)
Messages auto-forwarded
Messages automatically forwarded to another account, not included in the daily sending limit
10,000
Auto-forward mail filters
Account filters that automatically forward mail
20
Recipients per message
Addresses in the To, Cc, and Bcc fields of a single email*
2,000 total per message
(maximum of 500 external recipients)
Recipients per message sent via SMTP (by POP or IMAP users) or the Gmail API
Addresses in the ToCc, and Bcc fields of a single email. Includes email sent using smtp-relay.gmail.com or smtp.gmail.com*
100
Total recipients per day
Email addresses (recipients) count each time a message is sent; 5 emails sent to 10 addresses count as 50 total recipients.*
10,000
External recipients per day
Email addresses outside your primary domain, including domain aliases and alternate domains
3,000
Unique recipients per day
Each email address (each unique recipient) counts only once per day:5 emails sent to 10 different addresses count as 10 unique recipients*5 emails sent to a single address count as 1 unique recipient*
3,000 (2,000 external, 500 external for trial accounts)

*Applies to internal and external recipients


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