As with any software, Salesloop is not the only lead automation software present in the market. However, it is one of the good ones due to all the precautions they took to protect your account. To get a better perspective of what is going on in the market, we picked three relevant competitors to head with Salesloop and see how they perform. Let’s take a look at it together.
- Linked Helper 2
- Meet Alfred
Still, keep in mind that Salesloop.io is a relatively new tool on the market, and the others had time to develop their product, create more integrations, and test other features on one hand. On the other hand, Salesloop had the chance to see others’ mistakes and start on the right foot from the very start. We are very optimistic that we will be blown away by the new features and integration Salesloop will develop in the coming month.
Salesloop vs. Linked Helper 2
Linked Helper is probably one of the most popular automation software out there and, to some extent, the inspiration behind Salesloop.io. It launched a new design recently with a better UI and UX experience overall called Linked Helper 2. This is probably the best thing they could do to wash off some customer concerns about security and user-friendliness. In terms of the product capabilities, they focused more than just on cosmetical aspects.
Some of the features we enjoyed the most in Linked Helper are:
- Group Inviter
- Contact Remover
These would be some of the features we would appreciate on Salesloop as well. However, as mentioned earlier, this comparison is somewhat unfair to Salesloop, a company at the beginning of its journey.
Still, what Salesloop lacks in features right now gains functionality to run multiple accounts at the 6 in the Team plan and unlimited in Managed Service. As a bonus, Salesloop.io also offers a premium service managed by one of their team experts to optimize your lead extraction and reach.
Now, in terms of integrations, we couldn’t find much on Linked Helper 2. We will assume that they probably have more integrations available. Still, for more information on Linked Helper 2, also check out its review.
]In terms of pricing, first of all, you need to decide what you are looking for. LinkedIn Helper 2 is cheaper than Salesloop at first glance, but let’s not forget the limitations you face in terms of accounts running simultaneously, which, unfortunately, LinkedIn Helper lacks. Circling back to pricing, LinkedIn helper charges $15/month, while the cheapest option at Salesloop is $49.
Salesloop vs. ProspectIn
ProspectIn is an automation tool that Salesloop.io can generate several leads a day with no trouble. The unique thing about ProspectIn is the fact that it simulated human behavior like a pro. It limits the number of requests it sends to a maximum of 100 days and sends a maximum of 150 messages to avoid getting your account banned, petty much on the same principle as Salesloop.io.
ProspectIn comes with some exciting integrations with 2000+ apps such as Zapier, Hubspot, and Slank. The two tools are reasonably similar in terms of functionality and capabilities.
ProspectIn vs. Salesloop pricing model
ProspectIn has a reasonably different pricing model than Salesloop.io and approach to the thing. They focus on the number of accounts and features available to you.
ProspectIn is more accessible than Salesloop price-wise but lacks the Manage Service feature that Salesloop has.
In conclusion, both companies are doing great insecurity and care for your account and have very similar approaches to what they offer. It is just a matter of preference and perspective on which one you pick.
Salesloop vs. Expandi
Expandi is promoting the software as the safest lead automation tool for LinkedIn on the market. They might be. We might as well argue that Salesloop is. The customer will decide which software is more reliable.
In terms of features, Expandi offers to a large extent, exactly what Salesloop brings to the table. Expandi claims that they will save you 6 days of work each month with their services, pretty awesome as that would mean about 48h more for doing more creative work.
Moving on, in terms of integrations, we couldn’t find any information about Expandi; therefore, we concluded that they don’t have any. In contrast, Salesloop comes with two excellent integrations that will help you increase your leads’ relevance.
Therefore, while offering excellent security, we conclude that Salesloop offers several price plans starting from $49 for the solo account, $199 for up to 6 accounts, and $799 for the premium managed service. In contrast to the $99 per user at Expendi.
All the tools we have been reviewing are lovely and more experienced than Salesloop in some respects to wrap things up. But, we don’t necessarily think they are better in any way than Salesloop.io, on the contrary. While more expensive, Salesloop offers a safer option than LinkedIn helper that will protect your account and, at the same time, allows you to have an expert manage your account for the best results. Furthermore, ProspectIn is an excellent tool with a significant level of security and over 2000 integrations. We must say we were pretty impressed by it. The only downside we can see it’s the fact that they don’t have a management service. Last, Expendi is a fantastic tool. Security-wise it is probably the best of the ones we reviewed. However, they are pretty pricy and lack integrations and diversity in terms of services. From a feature s perspective, they have more or less the same as Salesloop.