Gmail has more than 1.5 billion users. Are you one of them? If yes, you may find this post quite interesting, because today I will focus on a bunch of handy Gmail tips that you could also use in cold email outreach.
Remember the time we reviewed LeadFuze for our prospecting tool review series? Now I can finally announce that Woodpecker has integrated with LeadFuze. And in this guest post, Justin McGill himself will tell you what you can do with the integration.
Keep on reading to discover how you can benefit from using Woodpecker and LeadFuze according to Justin.
Are you a Pipedrive user? Or are you looking for a CRM to connect your Woodpecker account with? Here’s the first native integration of Woodpecker with the most popular CRM among our users. Continue reading to learn how you can connect Woodpecker to Pipedrive.
Most of you use more than one tool while doing outbound. You qualify leads in your favorite CRM, store the info about your prospects in Google Sheets, schedule meetings in Calendly, etc. Managing multiple apps means that you have different pieces of info scattered all over the apps. To keep the info up to date in every app, you need to manually update it in each app.
To avoid this kind of laborious work, you may wish to synchronize the apps so that you don’t have to copy and paste information by hand. Thankfully, there is a way to do that. Use a dedicated tool, for example, Zapier.
The integration with Zapier is available for Woodpecker users at the Team Pro plan.
We’ve recently launched an option to connect an external SMTP from two email delivery providers: Mailgun and SendGrid. If you have been using one of those services to send your business emails, now it’s easier for you to connect your SMTP to Woodpecker. If you haven’t been using those, and frankly have a hazy idea what it is all about, you may want to learn more from this post. Either way, keep reading to find out when it makes sense to use Woodpecker’s integrations with Mailgun and SendGrid and how you can actually benefit from that.
Right now, people from over 52 countries are using Woodpecker. They use many different email providers next to the most popular ones, such as Gmail or Outlook. You may have noticed a change in the app when you were trying to connect your email to Woodpecker not so long ago.
This week, Woodpecker successfully finalized integration with PieSync. As our users, you’ve just got the ability to effortlessly sync your CRM contact base (or contacts you store in other cloud applications) with your prospect base in Woodpecker. In other words, you can now regain all the time spent on importing prospects and exporting leads back and forth between Woodpecker and other apps that you are using to manage your sales processes.