Welcome to MaverickApp Pro!
Setup and Best Practices

Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.
~ Alexander Graham Bell ~

Congratulations! You just took a big step toward becoming your very own super-charged prospecting Wingman. Use the steps described below to set up your account. Once you’ve finished, you’ll be on your way to connecting with the right professionals at the right time within your target market.

MaverickApp lets you take charge and get the prospecting job done (practically) automatically so you can do better things with your time—like closing deals.

So sit down, buckle up, and get ready to soar your way to success!

Ready… Set… GO!

Need help? Email us at wingman@maverickapp.io at any time!

Create your Cockpit (AKA your Dashboard) credentials HERE.

– Use the email address you plan to use to send your MaverickApp emails from. (The email must contain a business domain and be an Outlook (MS) or Gmail (Google) account.)
– The password you create will be for your Cockpit login, so make sure to save it somewhere safe!
– You will receive a confirmation code in the inbox of the email address you enter. Do not close the window until you have successfully entered the code. Check your junk folder if you do not see the email in your inbox.
– Verify the email address.
– Disregard and close the payment page as you have already completed that step!

Go to MaverickApp.io, click “Login” in the top navigation.
Using the credentials you just created, go ahead and login.

Next, you will be prompted to authenticate your account with your email.

Depending on your email provider, choose Outlook or Google. Then click through the pop-up and allow MaverickApp to have permission to link to your email.

Do you currently have any companies or individuals you DO NOT want to email? This could include current clients, competitors, your organization, or people who have asked not to be contacted.

Company example, if MaverickApp were your client, you would add the MaverickApp domain (maverickapp.io) to this list so that our smart AI will avoid any contacts at that domain.

Individual example, if you no longer want to email joe@smith.co, you can navigate to that contact and set their status to “Do Not Engage.” Once set, MaverickApp will no longer send new emails to the contact indicated.

Click on the menu in the top left corner, click Signature, and type in the content you’d like to share at the bottom of each email you send.

If you want to add an image or logo, go to it on a website, right-click on it, and select copy the “Image address.” Then click on the photo icon in the signature section and paste the copied link.

Your first five (5) outbound emails are called your “Rev-Up Maneuver.” Keep in mind these emails are intended to:

  • Be short and sweet.
  • Include a clear, non-salesy, call to action. Example: Are you the right person to speak with about this?
  • Avoid commercialized headlines. Examples: Save 50% on your Marketing. Instead, try “Looking for the right person,” “Looking for help connecting,” or “Quick connect?”
  • Be written with a goal of warming up the conversation between you and your recipient. We repeat here: Now is not necessarily the time to pitch. Imagine meeting someone for the first time in real life and pitching them immediately.

Make sure to add your email content to the “Templates” page via the menu icon in the top left corner of your Cockpit.

Your RECON is where you define the search criteria for your target market.

Choose “Contact Recon” from the menu icon in the top left of your Cockpit to view and make your selections.

When you’re done, click “Update RECON” at the bottom.

To direct MaverickApp to search for contacts, check the “Enable RECON.” The platform will begin conducting searches the first search the following business day.

If you want MaverickApp to schedule emails for you automatically, check “AUTO SCHEDULE MATCHED CONTACTS” and select Mission #1. Then, click update RECON at the bottom.

There’s a MaverickApp extension or plug-in for email viewers in Gmail, Office 365, and the Outlook Desktop App. Click below, download the one that will help you, install, and get to emailing!

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Tips, tricks, and how-to’s to enhance your user experience. Our Wingmen are always on the lookout for better ways to do things! Please do not hesitate to reach out should you need more help or have a great idea!

We will be updating these tips frequently, so be sure to check back for more!

No one likes spam in their email inbox. Follow these steps to indicate your messages are “safe for delivery” to the interwebs. Once you are done, you’ll be one step closer to being protected against being marked as spoofing or phishing; these actions lower the risk of your messages being marked as spam.

SPF (Sender Policy Framework)

An SPF record identifies the mail servers and domains that are allowed to send email on behalf of your domain. Receiving servers check your SPF record to verify that incoming messages are from your organization and are safe to be marked as “allowed.”

How to set up for Microsoft (Outlook)
How to set up for Google (Gmail)

DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail)

DKIM is a method of email authentication that helps prevent spammers and other malicious parties from impersonating a legitimate domain.

Spammers and attackers may try to impersonate a domain when sending emails to carry out phishing attacks or other scams. Adding a DKIM value to your domain is an additional way to validate that you are truly from the company.

How to set up for Microsoft (Outlook)
How to set up for Google (Gmail)

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance)

A DMARC policy tells a receiving email server what to do after checking a domain’s Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) records. Keeping your DMARC up to date decreases the chance that hackers and other malicious users can impersonate your messages, making them appear to come from your organization or domain.

How to set up for Microsoft (Outlook)
How to set up for Google (Gmail)

Need help?
Your Wingman team is here for you as you work through each step. Do not hesitate to reach out for help. Call us at 844-994-4399.

Join us live for up-to-date B2B selling best practices using MaverickApp. Sessions are free, just drop us your email to get the zoom link.

Need help?
Your Wingman team is here for you as you work through each step. Do not hesitate to reach out for help. Call us at 844-994-4399.