CSV is the acronym for Coma Separated Values, which can be translated as “values separated by commas”, it is a format that allows you to represent data in a spreadsheet as text.
In this article you’ll see how useful these files can be with the use of a tool like ProspectIn. Mainly as it groups all the prospects that you have exported to Prospectin thus allowing you to access all the data of your contacts.
Thanks to the updated triggers (see article), it is now possible to automatically export leads from ProspectIn to most CRMs via synchronization, Zapier or Integromat. We’ll talk about Integromat here, but you can read about synchronization with Zapier here. This synchronization can be a bit tricky. We’ll explain it all here!
In this article, we will see how you can boost your B2b sales campaign on LinkedIn. And this, thanks to 8 key points very simple to set up with ProspectIn!
One of the best features of LinkedIn is how you can create a wide network of professional contacts. These contacts – or “connections” as called on the social media, are often people you know or who share similar interests. But if you use LinkedIn for prospecting, then your contacts might also be potential prospects. In that scenario, you can sometimes ask yourself: how to export LinkedIn contacts to Excel or a spreadsheet?
You have decided to change tools and you want to migrate from LinkedHelper to ProspectIn? Good decision! You will save time at every step of your LinkedIn activity and we explain here how to migrate from LinkedHelper to ProspectIn!
This is THE buzzword in 2020: Growth Hacking (well ok that’s 2, but you get the idea). In this article, we come back in detail to the definition of Growth Hacking, when and especially how to use it. We also talk to you about how we use it at ProspectIn. 😄