Another shot from the Orca series I’ve been working on with @Patryk Sobczak – take a peek on the initial shot (with the logo) for more info on what it is, and what it does.
So what you’re seeing are two commonly used dashboard screens. On the left, we have the Recipe Gallery. Recipes are algorithms that the Orca AI follows. For example, after you pinpointed your leads, orca can do it’s magic. The simplest recipe is contained within LinkedIn (profile view -> 24h wait / listen for connection request -> send request with a message -> 24h wait / listen for connection approval -> send a sale message (customized using machine learning and spin syntax). This is just a small fragment of what Orca is capable of – I’ll go into more detail once we cover the recipe builder (yup, instead of using default Orca recipes, or Crowdsourced ones [there’s a market], you can create your own recipes as well).
On the right hand, you see your campaigns, so recipes in action, on a set pool of leads. Great for at-a-glance progress tracking.
More to come tomorrow! And if you like what you see, feel free to play with the alpha on www.useorca.com
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