How to Generate AI Messages that Reference LinkedIn Posts
1. Find Recent LinkedIn Posts Integration
• Navigate to our “Find Recent LinkedIn Posts” integration and scrape a user’s recent posts.
2. Create a Merge Field for Emails
◦ Following the successful sourcing of the LinkedIn posts, your next step is to create a merge field for your emails, referencing these posts.
3. Use the Complete Prompt Integration
◦ Among the list of integrations in Clay, find and select the 'Complete Prompt' integration. The setup for this is simple and quick.
4. Input Your Prompt
◦ The prompt used here is: "using the input, complete my prompt in under 8 words, keep the output short, and use specific keywords from the post". Make sure to include social media, the posts by the people, and the main idea of each post.
5. Map Recent LinkedIn Posts
◦ Scroll down the list of posts to find the most recent LinkedIn posts. Navigate into one of the posts and click on it. The input field should be filled with the content from this post.
6. Complete the Prompt
◦ Next, complete the prompt by including the prefix, "I just wanted to reach out because..."
7. Check the Output and Refine the Prompt
◦ Check the output for accuracy and relevance. If it includes unwanted content (such as hashtags), adjust the prompt. For instance, specify "Do not include hashtags in the response" and recommend using commas to separate keywords.
8. Test the Adjusted Prompt
◦ Save the changes made to the prompt and run it for a few rows to ensure the response is as desired. If satisfactory, then proceed to upload more contacts.
◦ This process allows you to quickly reference LinkedIn posts in your emails, enabling more personalized and relevant communication with your contacts.
Note: Always remember to tweak and adjust the prompt to suit your specific needs for the best results.