Overall Satisfaction with LinkedIn Sales Navigator
LinkedIn Sales Navigator is currently being used across all of our Go To Market teams within the company and has been for the past few years. It has been widely successful at helping our SDR team to identify additional stakeholders as well as connections within our own company for introductions and making the appointments easier to set. Within our growth team, it has been successful in helping understand what additional whitespace is out there within an organization and then using the messaging feature to start warming up the potential new lines of business. It's helped shed a lot of light as to how large or deep the company is for us.
- Deeper customer product use i.e. stickiness
- Reduces customer churn
- Increases numbers of new customers through prospecting
Simply put, by having a world-class sales team/engine you also need best in class software to make it happen. LinkedIn Sales Navigator is at the top of our list for that reason alone. We tried a few others back in the earlier days from what I understand, and every one of them wasn't nearly as powerful or complete as Navigator. Sure it's the 800 pound gorilla, and chances are there will be others that will put it to the test like Lusha. But Navigator has more maturity and breadth to connecting people that it's almost a miss to not include it with your sales or go to market teams' stack.
Do you think LinkedIn Sales Navigator delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with LinkedIn Sales Navigator's feature set?
Did LinkedIn Sales Navigator live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of LinkedIn Sales Navigator go as expected?
I wasn't involved with the implementation phase
Would you buy LinkedIn Sales Navigator again?
LinkedIn Sales Navigator is definitely expensive, but for us, it is a critical component to our sales first driven organization. Depending on the size of your organization, the cost benefit here is closing just one more sales per rep or additional sales through a warm contact on LI that is mutual, etc. Any company that has a GTM team will greatly benefit from something like this. The main caveat being that the team is trained and knows HOW to use it. I have been at previous companies where people fought to have it only to never use it because they didn't know how to set up certain filters or use it properly.