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Like Linked Helper, Dux-Soup was one of the first players to join the LinkedIn automation market, so they benefited from the "first mover advantage". Today, Dux Soup is totally outdated, whether in terms of features, user experience, or safety. Let's shed some light.
“Dux-Soup offers basic LinkedIn features, but nothing more.”
They have neither a scenario nor a triggers feature. This tool could be useful if you just want to expand your network, but if you want to take your prospecting to the next level, it won't be of much use to you. Performing prospecting scenarios with if/else follow-ups, automatically accept invitation requests received by sending a welcome message, sending a message to people who commented on your post automatically, or automatically send a connection request accompanied by a note to anyone who visits your profile ... You won't find any of these features with Dux-Soup. You will need to switch to ProspectIn for that.
Dux-Soup also does not offer a suitable business offer for agencies, salespeople, or business developer teams. Once again you will have to go through ProspectIn to be able to manage all your accounts from a single interface, and avoid contacting the same prospect several times from your different accounts, thanks to the anti-duplicate control. Dux-Soup's interface is worthy of a website from the early 2000s and its navigation is completely counter intuitive. Unlike Prospectin, you won't have a dedicated interface from which you can manage all of your campaigns and prospects.
To perform these actions, everything happens from a pop-up which modifies LinkedIn's HTML code. The consequences you might ask? The risk of having your account banned by LinkedIn. Modifications made to LinkedIn's interface by third-party applications is extremely simple to detect, and this is what has earned Linked Helper its final ban from the Chrome Store, and there is a good bet that Dux Soup is next on the list. So if you value your LinkedIn account, opt for the solution that will put your accoun't's safety first: ProspectIn