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How to create a Like, Share, Comment campaign.
How to create a Like, Share, Comment campaign.

In this article, you will learn everything you need to know about the auto engage campaign.

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Written by Jessika Varela
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To start, you need to click on campaigns on the menu and then click on ‘New Campaign’

  • Then click on the last option which is the auto like, share, and comment

  • Write the name of your campaign and click on ‘Continue’

Then, select your campaign source.

Depending on where you want your leads to come from it will ask you to paste a link or make a selection.

Here is a brief explanation of the different campaign sources:

Linkedin People Search: It will ask you to paste the URL of your Linkedin Search to scrape the linkedin profiles. Go to Linkedin make the search of your desired target audience, copy the URL of that specific search and paste it in your Linked Automate campaign.

Profile URL’s List: You must have a list of Linkedin profiles URL’s and paste it into The LinkedAutomate profile url’s list section. To make this step easier, go to XXX article, where we explain how you can get a list of URL’s of your desired audience.

Group Members: Linked Automate will let you choose 1 group you are part of to target. The group members. Make sure you are part of the group before crafting the campaign.

  • All 1st connections: This option will target ALL of your first connections.

  • Other Campaign: If you select this option, you will target the same audience of the campaign you choose.

People commented on a Linkedin post: If you select this option, you will have to copy and paste the Linkedin post URL to target the profiles that commented on that specific post.

People reacted to a linkedin post: If you select this option, you will have to copy and paste the Linkedin post URL to target the profiles that reacted to that specific post.

Once you select your campaign source, you must select if you want to review the targeted profiles manually or if you want to run the campaign automatically. We recommend you select ‘not required’ so the campaign can run automatically.

The next step is to select what are the actions you want to do with this campaign. These actions are

  • Like

  • Share

  • Comment

If you choose to comment make sure you create a generic message that can match any Linkedin post.

Next, you can exclude members that are in other active campaigns.Just select the type of campaign they are participating and select the campaign name to exclude them from this one. Then, you can select select if you would like to exclude profiles using specific keywords.

In the next step, you can select the number of profiles you want to engage with daily. Note that you cannot do more than 100 engagements per day.

And finally, you can select the delay between activities. We recommend you do select between 30 seconds to 3 minutes.

Before hitting the ‘save campaign’ button, review all previous steps to ensure you got it all right and activate your campaign in the campaign manager!

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