Turn your LinkedIn connections into revenues with a CRM for LinkedIn

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CRM for LinkedIn | Breakcold
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Why should you use a CRM for LinkedIn?

Although LinkedIn Sales Navigator provides its users with a CRM, LinkedIn is not designed to manage your connections. LinkedIn prospecting is rising, social selling is rising and current CRMs are not taking these trends into account.

Manage B2B contacts and build a sales pipeline

It's impossible to build a sales pipeline natively on LinkedIn or in Sales Navigator, it's now possible with Breakcold.

Sales Pipeline | Breakcold

Build B2B relationships faster with a prospecting feed

On LinkedIn, you are subject to LinkedIn algorithm and Sales Nav is not designed for efficiency. Breakcold solves this problem with the creation of a prospecting feed. It's a curated LinkedIn feed embed outside of LinkedIn.

Social Selling Company News in the Prospecting Feed | Breakcold

Contact prospects via LinkedIn, Twitter & Email from one place

LinkedIn is not the only sales outreach channel. If you wan to generate revenues, you also need to use Twitter and Email. Centralize everything into one place.

Multi Channel Sales Outreach | Breakcold

Send follow-up emails to warm & cold prospects

If your LinkedIn connections haven't accepted you yet, you can send them email sequences.

Cold Email Sequence | Breakcold
CRM for LinkedIn Q&A

Common questions about CRMs for LinkedIn?

Why your CRM is better for LinkedIn?

Our CRM synchronizes the activities of your prospects on LinkedIn into curated feeds that you design yourself, it's a game changer to create LinkedIn engagement lists and much more.

What are the use cases of a CRM for LinkedIn?

Breakcold CRM for LinkedIn can be used to:

  • build faster relationships with past, present and future LinkedIn connections
  • send outbound LinkedIn messages to prospects
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