LeadLeaper is an email finder and sender that scrapes information from individual LinkedIn profile pages (Sales Navigator).
When you visit a LinkedIn profile, the LeadLeaper Chrome extension pops-up providing you with that person's business emails. This reads his name, title, and company and applies the most likely email-pattern used by that company.
LeadLeaper cannot scrape multiple profiles from a search in LinkedIn Sales Navigator, but you have to capture them one-by-one, which takes a lot of time and manual activity.
When LeadLeaper is installed, it triggers many random pop-up windows on Google Chrome.
Jobin includes all the features listed above but from the Jobin Chrome (and Edge) extension, in addition to
reading information including emails, phones and social URLs,
you can also write tags, annotations and even assign that prospect to one of your custom pipelines
directly from the Jobin Chrome extension.
This is something that makes a difference in the efficiency and productivity of your work.
Lead List management is very poor in LeadLeaper compared to Jobin.
You should make your search in LinkedIn and that's not enough, you have to open every single LinkedIn profile,
then click on the LeadLeaper extension and thus you get the email.
To put it short: you don't have any automation😏 and there's a huge click around on LinkedIn pages, and this, as we know, is limited by LinkedIn itself based on your subscription.
NOTE: With LeadLeaper, you cannot use LinkedIn for free if you want to view multiple profiles. LinkedIn detects this "commercial use" of its data and restricts your account inviting you to purchase a premium subscription.
In LeadLeaper you also have constraints assigning people to a campaign - You can only do this on the "last selected". You have your last selected campaign and it will receive all leads. So you can't put someone in one campaign and the next one in a better and more suitable campaign.
In Jobin you can:
It is important to note that a "lead" in LeadLeaper contains only his name, title, company and location. Consequently, any personalization of the message is limited to this information.
Jobin imports full profiles that contain full bio and career history, skills, achievements, interests and
everything you commonly find on a resume or CV. In Jobin you also have your own custom tags, annotations and custom pipeline assignments.
This is because Jobin was born to serve the recruiting industry and includes powerful search, filters and AI ranking systems that don't exist in LeadLeaper.
It is clear that in Jobin the personalization of messages, thanks to this greater wealth of information, can be much more engaging and can be done on a large scale.
LeadLeaper can work in conjunction with Google G-Suite and Microsoft Office 365 to send bulk emails and track open rate.
Campaign monitoring in LeadLeaper has the limit of not tracking the emails used, so if someone replied you only have the title of the email.
In Jobin the monitoring of all the messaging steps is quite advanced and from that page called "Interactions Timeline"
you can see all the messaging interactions sent and received via LinkedIn and via Email.
The Interaction Timeline in Jobin also includes any system operations and movements in the pipeline thay occurred during the prospect's journey.
In case you are working as a team, this will be shared by everyone so that even working as a team, you do not risk sending double messages, double questions and mess up the communication with your prospects or clients.
Jobin's approach is to integrate all the functionality needed on a daily basis by the majority of recruiters, marketers, salespeople and business owners.
All in one package that works smoothly at every stage of your daily routine.
Then lead generation can be followed by filtering operations, contact finding, emailing and outreach even on LinkedIn to the selected prospects.
This translates into a considerable saving of money and, above all, a saving of time, because this totally eliminates any data transfer operation between different products and everybody knows that these things are not always 100% smooth.
With LeadLeaper you can scrape lists of contacts and get a CSV file with email addresses.
The same is possible with Jobin with the addition of the LinkedIn URL and the possibility to enrich with the full prospect bio, career history, professional skills and much more than just contact information.
One problem that exists in LeadLeaper is the bad management of duplicates especially when working in a team. In that case there is no control and you have to be careful that one of your colleagues has not included the same lead otherwise you risk sending a double message to the prospect and this will not be nice🙄
In Jobin the de-duplication of all contacts is continuous and also considers the merging of data with your personal notes, tags and all changes.
If the data source is more up-to-date, the new information will be added to the old record without any data loss.
If you work in a team, Jobin will allow you to organize "workGroups" that will share leads, campaigns and annotations on all common prospects. In this way you can have structured collaboration and large teams where everything will be clear and under control, including the management of communications with any prospect.
With LeadLeaper you visit a LinkedIn profile and get the email. Unfortunately this should be done one profile by one profile.
Jobin has the great advantage of importing and scraping LinkedIn profiles also from search results and other sources, and can do it in bulk of hundreds or thousands with one click😎
You should consider that in LeadLeaper the number of valid emails received is less than half of the total amount of LinkedIn profiles visited and in some circumstances (niche industries or locations) the success rate could be even lower.
Also note that LinkedIn limits the number of profile visits you can make. So with the free version of LinkedIn LeadLeaper it's practically useless. That means that you have to consider purchasing LinkedIn Sales Navigator along with LeadLeaper as well.
With Jobin you can do a lot also with LinkedIn free.
Jobin provides the same service of disclosing emails, phone numbers and social profiles both from its browser plugin and from the Jobin platform itself. This can happen on-demand or even automatically when you are actually sending a message to a prospect but the email is missing.
Jobin has advanced management of both work and personal emails with automatic detection. The messaging system setup allows you to select your preferred email type based on your messaging characteristics. So, for example, a recruiter will prefer to send a new job offer using a private email rather than the company email where the candidate is currently working.
With the "Professional" plan LeadLeaper provides you with a mailing sequencing tool and integration with Office 365
In Jobin you have an advanced messaging sequence and outreach campaign system that can also be managed at team level.
With Jobin you can monitor all stages of the campaign and the status of each single prospect you have in it.
It's not quite fair to compare Jobin with LeadLeaper because Jobin has a lot more features that are combined into an organic B2B sourcing, prospecting and outreach platform, where LeadLeaper is just a contact finder and verifier with a mailer.
Despite everything Jobin is cheaper😍
Jobin has a usable free forever plan and the upgrades are divided into modular solutions that can be purchased independently, only if you need them, and at the level that best suits your company.
With LeadLeaper you should consider purchasing several other tools to complement your tech stack. At least a good CRM is needed.
LeadLeaper does not offer annual purchases. It seems that you could negotiate an annual purchase by calling support and likely getting a discount.
Jobin offers a 30% discount for annual purchase and you get discounts even if you buy all the upgraded solutions in bundle.
Jobin gives you all publicly available emails, phones and social profile URLs for Free, because this is included
into the free forever Jobin sourcing tool, and only charges for those that are not available.
You pay for a full profile enrichment, the first 5 contact enrichment are free then you could purchase another 50 credits for $16.99.
LeadLeaper only gives you 100 leads per month for free, then, you pay $29/month to get 2000. LeadLeaper also lets you pay for emails that are already disclosed on LinkedIn and in most cases you only get those emails.
LeadLeaper uses old technology to extract emails from LinkedIn and this is a bit invasive on LinkedIn servers which could flag and ban your LinkedIn account.
You can't really use LeadLeaper too much to avoid LinkedIn bans.
Jobin uses a completely different technology and also advanced throttling systems that make the system behave exactly like you could do on your own from your keyboard. Many operations are even less invasive than human ones, and even not counted by LinkedIn.
LeadLeaper is not comparable to Jobin simply because most of the features offered by LeadLeaper are included in the Free Forever Plan of Jobin.
Furthermore, Jobin has a lot more features that are combined in different modular and optional "Solutions" that together cover the entire marketing cycle: from sourcing your prospects, screening, to enriching profiles and outreach with automatic messaging campaign.
Jobin's 'All-in-one' feature and its rich "Free Forever Plan" simply outmatch LeadLeaper. LeadLeaper is just a nice simple tool that you need to integrate with additional external CRM and mailers software, piling up with the costs and with the time consuming and hassles of data transfer among them.