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This is best suited if you are doing cold outreach and want to get in touch with people with specific roles, in specific industries, and locations. For example, I can choose the United States or some states therein and then choose a number of employees in a company, revenue and also the level of seniority (CXO, VP etc.)of the particular person and find his details. Adapt.io gives the correct email address of these people along with the complete information of the company. As far as prospecting and contact discovery is concerned there is not scenario where Adapt.io is not useful.
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Flexible Saved Searches: I love how we can save a very complex search created for future use so that we don't have to repeat it again and again. The cherry on the top is that you can even share this saved search with your other colleagues having the LinkedIn Sales Navigator license. Access to Decision Makers: With a single click, I can filter out decision-makers in any company. This is again a time saver in many ways. Alerts and Reminders: which can be set custom-based covering specific use cases. For example - if prospect A changes companies today, I can get an alert for it on my email (the only drawback being I need to manually save this prospect in a list first).
Read full review Pros Finding email addresses of potential clients. Company info in terms of revenue and number of employees Contact discovery in terms of location, role and industry Read full review Lists - Very intuitive, simple, way to create and track prospects for campaign purposes InMails - The ability to send direct messages to prospects via InMails can be a differentiator for some reps News Feed - Stay up to date on organizations you are targeting to send relevant messages that resonate Read full review Cons I don't see any need of improvement Industry Filters can be more specific. Number of credits are less. Read full review LinkedIn Sales Navigator is very powerful, but not super well documented. The tool does not allow for the export of list names, which is disappointing for a tool at this price. LinkedIn's search is loosey goosey, you'll find that it includes names that just barely fit the criteria. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
This question is a no-brainer. The tool is the industry standard for anyone tied to sales and marketing. The name "LinkedIn Sales Navigator" is synonymous with streamlining relevant customer and account data in an easy to use format that is actionable and intelligent. The focus on continuous improvement and richer means of communicating with customers and prospects is evident each time new features are rolled out. The social component of the tool even includes a gamification component to ensure that peers remain relevant among each other, which is refreshing and enjoyable for those who engage the tool on a daily basis.
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It lets you pull people with specific titles in specific areas and with the criteria you choose--job changes, mutual connections based on schools, roles, and companies, etc. It is easy to upload these lists into other software or download and save them to a drive.
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The tool speaks for itself, but the support is definitely a significant portion of why we use the tool. The company cares about their customer's success and it shows. We do not have to wait for long periods of time for the support team to respond; they do so in a timely manner, and virtually always with relevant insights and solutions.
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I am unsure of the rollout, as I was not involved. I was an early adopter, and I have had a lot of success with the tool personally at multiple organizations, but I have no idea whether the implementation process encountered any errors. I can personally say that it works, and that I have not encountered significant issues with the tool since adoption, although a few issues like messages showing up as being unread even though they have been opened have been an on-again/off-again issues throughout the past few years. Overall, the company is doing a great job, and our implementation seems to have been effective.
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Adapt.io id pretty much similar to all the above tools (Lusha,
, hunter, D&B hoovers) The interface is easy on the eyes and the search time is quick. However the most important criterion is the accuracy of the data, if you get incorrect email ID and you use your SMTP to send mails with incorrect IDs it will spoil you domain reputation and your domain may even get black listed. The accuracy of Adapt is good. however there were cases where the company information was not available, this is in comparison to the tools like Lusha and Seamless. Good tool to use but maybe a bit expensive since the credits given are less
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linkedin has way better data cleanup and relevant contact information. It provides a great insight into how to target personally your prospects, and gives great engagement highlights.
is sometimes outdated, the prospect has moved companies or is no longer employed there-- alot of filtering through the weeds can be hard if you are trying to hit high metrics and make your time valuable
Read full review Return on Investment Helped me increase the volume of outreach Helped me find relevant data of people to connect with The ROI can take time to achieve as the number of credits are less. Read full review Helped warm up a few leads that I was having trouble getting in touch with via phone and email Allowed me to better identify the key stakeholders at companies I was targeting Kept me up to date on what was happening with my prospects and their companies. Read full review ScreenShots