LeadDelta Dashboard

The long-awaited dashboard has arrived! Have insight into your numbers and an excellent overview of your network. Numbers and data can help us get better direction and pivot our strategies to the right target group.

LeadDelta Dashboard

Let's get into all of the numbers and stats.📊

The simple designs give you an overview of your data. We've split the information into seven boxes: Connections, Followers, Following, Number of Tags, Untagged Connections, Messaged Connections, and Connections with Notes.





There are also three tables, two with progress bars Most Popular Jobs and Most Popular Industries, and a pie chart with progress bars that shows Most Popular Countries.

Tables

All of these fields lead to different tabs or filters, so let's start the breakdown.

| Number of Connections

First, we have the Number of Connections.
This number represents the number of 1st-degree connections you have on LinkedIn
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This number can vary compared to LeadDelta and LinkedIn as some of these connections could have disconnected from you, may have deleted their LinkedIn account, or are not your 1st-degree connections.

Number of Connections

You will be directed to your Connections Tab when clicking on this number.

Connections Tab

| Number of Followers

This number represents the number of followers you have on LinkedIn. For LinkedIn power users and content creators, this is an excellent overview of how your network is sectioned.

Number of Followers

You will be directed to your Connections Tab when clicking on this number.

| Number of Followings

This number represents the number of profiles you are following on LinkedIn. Having an insight into this number helps you see if you need to clear up your followings and better manage your feed.

This number can vary compared to LeadDelta and LinkedIn, as some of these followings are due to sent LinkedIn requests that are still pending. Also, page and newsletter followings are included.

Number of Followings

You will be directed to your Connections Tab when clicking on this number.

| Most Popular Countries

This simplistic pie chart gives you a visual representation of the percentage each country of your network has. Also, having a divided progress percentage bar gives you a superb single view of each country.

Most Popular Countries

You will be directed to your Connections Tab when clicking on this number, and a filter by the country you clicked on will be automatically applied.

Filter with Selected Country

| Most Popular Jobs

This table with progress bars is one valuable insight into your network and what connections are your most valued asset. Having a clear breakdown of your network can help you focus on the right jobs and cater strategies and content toward the right roles.

Most Popular Jobs

You will be directed to your Connections Tab when clicking on this number, and a filter by the job title you clicked on will be automatically applied.

| Most Popular Industries

A breakdown of your most popular Industries gives you a clear direction into how your network is structured and whether you are focused on the right one.

Most Popular Industies

You will be directed to your Connections Tab when clicking on this number, and a filter by the industry you clicked on will be automatically applied.

| Number of Tags

Have an idea of how many tags you've created so far and re-visit this tab to better segment your network or create a better-connected flow using tags.

Number of Tags

You will be directed to your Tag Tab when clicking on this number.

Tag Tab

| Number of Untagged Connections

Going through your network tagging, leaving notes, and filtering can be overwhelming. You can drop some connections while working, and this number signals what connections you might have missed along the way.

Number of Untagged Connections

When clicking on this number, you will be directed to your Connections Tab, and a filter by tag will filter your untagged connections.

Untagged Connections Filter

| Number of Messaged Connections

We know conversations are vital when building relationships on LinkedIn. Knowing the number of your messaged connections as opposed to the number of your connections can be a good insight into how proactive you are with your conversations.

Number of Messaged Connections

You will be directed to your Inbox when clicking on this number.

| Number of Connections with Notes

Keeping track of all of the information for connections can be draining, and we often need to remember who the connections are we have a tab on. Using notes is a great way to keep track of data and write insights from conversations.

Number of Connections with Notes

When clicking on this number, you will be directed to your Connections Tab, and a filter by note will filter your connections with notes.

Filtered Connections with Notes

Thanks,
Your LeadDelta team
P.S. See you on LinkedIn
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