10 Incredibly Useful LinkedIn Tools

We all know that social media is an important tool for businesses. But, did you also know that there are some pretty awesome apps and tools within these tools? Take LinkedIn for example. There are loads of little tools that help you gather customer data, find targeted profiles, unlock paid LinkedIn functions, and even get the sales process started. Let’s take a look at the 10 best and most useful LinkedIn tools.

1. Elink.Club[1]

This system will visit as many as 800 targeted profiles daily for you. Why do you need this? Because studies show that most people don’t check out another profile unless they see that they have been checked out first. This tool lets you be the first to check them out, and they will want to see what you are about as well.

2. Rapportive[2]

This is a Gmail plugin that shows you LinkedIn profiles of those you are sending emails to, or receiving emails from. You can connect with these people immediately through this plugin. This is a popular tool that has come highly recommended for businesses.

3. Profile Views: Who’s Viewed My LinkedIn Profile[3]

If you are only using the free LinkedIn account, you can only see the last five people who have checked out your profile. When you use this tool, you can see everyone who has checked you out. This is a Chrome extension, and it tracks everyone who views your profile.

4. Crystal[4]

Everyone is different, so you can’t treat all customers the same. You need to know how to communicate with each customer on an individual basis, and this tool will help you find profile LinkedIn users so you can learn their personalities, and how to best communicate with them.

5. Followers Guide[5]

It is a common thing to buy followers, but it is important to know what you are doing, and to buy the right followers. This tool helps you to do just that. It is your guide to buying LinkedIn followers, with reviews of the top companies for buying followers.

6. Salestools.io[6]

This is a tool that lets you download lead lists right from LinkedIn to Excel. You can also use this tool to monitor a newsfeed for certain keywords so you know when someone within your network could use your help. This is a great way to get new prospects and leads.

7. Devumi[7]

This is a site where you will find the best LinkedIn connections and endorsements for sale. You will be connected with thousands of professionals so you can attract endorsements for any skill. This will help you achieve better credibility and a good reputation, and it is a great confidence booster.

8. Email Hunter[8]

Here is an app that will help you find the email addresses of prospects. Email Hunter does this by analyzing and storing addresses that are available publicly on the Internet. When you visit a site, you will see all of the available emails that go with that domain.

9. Locksmith for LinkedIn[9]

This awesome tool is ideal for those of us who are still using the free LinkedIn account to look for prospects. Because the account is free, we can only access names and profiles of first and second level contacts. This tool locates profiles of third level and Out of Network contacts, without you having to pay for an account upgrade.

10. Datanyze Insider[10]

If you sell technology products to businesses, you need this tool. It will let you know when customers drop the competition, so you can go in and bring them to you. There is even a way to identify websites that stopped or started using a competitor’s technology.

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