58 Best Free Sales Tools [2023 Update]

58 Best Free Sales Tools [2023 Update]

They say a poor craftsman blames his tools, but when it comes to sales the right software can have a huge impact on your results. There’s a wide range of sales tools out there, including our very own sales automation solution.

But what if you’re just starting out, or have a limited budget to deal with? Does that mean you have to do everything manually?

No need to worry. We’ve searched high and low and found some of the best free tools to help you get started. Many of these have a paid option, with more features and fewer limits, but all of these have a viable freemium version with the potential to transform your sales.

Lead generation

You can’t sell without leads so generating those leads is a priority, especially for early-stage sales. While you could always use advanced Google search operators to try and find your next lead, these tools will make the whole process a lot more productive.

Reply Data

Use it to build laser-focused prospect lists

Reply Data is the newest addition to our sales engagement platform that makes it easy to build laser-focused lists for your outreach. Using 10+ filters, including industry, revenue, headcount, department, etc., you can sift through the impressive database of over 140 million contacts to find the ones that perfectly match your ICP.

The best part is that the database is absolutely free to use (thus taking #1 place on this list) with 10k data credits per month (teamwide). Once you build the list, you can either sync it to your CRM and proceed as you wish or push it directly to the tailored engagement sequence in Reply.

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GetProspect

Use it to find new B2B leads

GetProspect helps you go beyond the company to find the specific people you should be contacting. Just select your search criteria, such as industry, the country they’re based in and the position at the company. They’ll return a list of contacts with names, corporate email addresses, positions and more (including their LinkedIn profile URL).

Their free plan will let you find 50 emails a month and includes unlimited team Users, CSV and exports/imports.

Owler

Use it to discover new companies in your target market

Owler claims to be ‘the world’s largest community-based competitive insights platform.’ At its core, Owler offers two key benefits. First of all, you have the ability to filter their database to find your ideal customers. Then, you can follow those companies and receive updates whenever anything interesting happens, ensuring you stay informed.

The freemium plan allows you to follow up to 5 companies or up to 3 competitors while also be able to access the standard search features (with unlimited company profile views).

Kaspr

Use it to access phone numbers and email addresses

Kaspr is a sales prospecting tool for lead generation. It’s a Chrome Extension and web app that helps you enrich data directly from LinkedIn profiles and lists. Features like these make Kaspr an excellent tool for SDRs, recruiters and founders.

You can also manage your leads directly in Kaspr and automate parts of outreach like sending LinkedIn connection requests. Kaspr is also fully integrated with a variety of popular CRMs.

In the free version, users can get unlimited B2B email addresses if they invite three colleagues to sign up.

Dux-Soup

Use it to find leads on LinkedIn

If you find you’re spending hours on LinkedIn, Dux-Soup may be the tool you need. It makes it easy to find and engage prospects on LinkedIn.

Dux-Soup can automatically view up to 100 of your LinkedIn prospect profiles a day on their free plan, getting you in front of them and priming them for when you reach out. It also allows you to add notes and tags to profiles for your reference.

ProProfs Chat

Use if to generate and engage inbound leads

ProProfs Chat can help you connect and communicate with your qualified leads in real-time. Your operators can either initiate conversations or take up incoming chats that enable them to understand visitor intent better and offer solutions that boost the chances of sales acquisition.

You can also monitor visitors and initiate a chat in strategic moments or even create Announcements with the live chat software to increase upsell opportunities for your business. The live chat tool comes with a forever free plan that enables startups to kickstart the customer support process.

Email finders

Once you found the companies and prospects you want, you still need a way to get in touch with them. Depending on the lead, the best way is likely via email. However, it’s getting harder to find direct emails, with most companies only displaying generic info@ addresses. Use these tools to get your message in front of the right person.

Name2Email

Use it to find an email by name and company domain

With over 80,000+ users, this handy extension from the team at Reply generates potential email addresses for any name you enter, then makes it easy to see which one is a valid option.

As an added benefit, there’s no limit to the number of times you can use it.

Our sales team says: “It’s a must-have. I’ve used it for several years. It’s the best tool and, what is the most surprising, there are no alternatives out there, even paid ones. With this one tool, you can find valid emails with a 70-80% chance of success.”

Hunter

Use it for account-based email research

Hunter has over 200 million emails addresses, with powerful search filters and a handy scoring system. Simply search by company domain and Hunter will return a list of all the people working in a company with their name and email address found on the web.

One handy feature that stands out is their email finder tool, which will use identified patterns to make the best guess at a specific email address, even if it’s not been published on the web.

Our sales team says: “Hunter offers 25 free email searches monthly. These searches can be done directly on the website or via API-key within a spreadsheet.”

Datanyze Insider

Use it to research prospects on LinkedIn

Datanyze offers a free extension that will help you learn more about your prospects. When you’re on a prospect’s website, click the Insider icon to instantly discover useful high-level information about the website and the company that behind it.

It’ll also reveal helpful data points like employees, revenue and current technology providers. You can then visit the company’s social pages to browse further.

Our sales team says: “A great source of a bit of additional information on the prospect’s company before a sales call/demo.” With its 90-day free trial option, it gives you a head start to reach the prospects in a more personal, meaningful way. 

Clearbit Connect

Use it to find additional information on your leads

Clearbit Connect is a free extension that can be used as a simple email finder, searching by company domain to find known email addresses. However, you can also learn much more about your leads, with additional company details and social media information.

Its free pricing plan comes with 100 search credits per month. But you can always switch to Clearbit Capture to automatically add accounts and key buyer contacts to your CRM from qualified companies that show intent.

Email verification & deliverability

Next step, making sure the email addresses you have are correct. At best, incorrect email addresses are a waste of your time. At worst, a high bounce rate can hurt your future delivery rate and sender reputation.

To make sure your bounce rate is low and deliverability – high, use one of the following tools to verify the contacts and test your emails.

ZeroBounce

Use it for scalable list validation

ZeroBounce is an email verification service that helps you maintain high email deliverability and sender reputation by detecting and removing invalid, fake, and inactive email addresses from your mailing lists. 

With powerful email validation algorithms, ZeroBounce also provides data enrichment features, such as appending missing data fields and creating user profiles based on email addresses.

The product offers flexible pay-as-you-go pricing options, with up to 100 free email validation per month (which can be enough for hand-picked, targeted lists). 

Verifalia

Use it to identify honeypots and disposable emails

Verifalia’s email verification service identifies all invalid emails for you. They alert you to risky email types, such as those used as spam traps or disposable email addresses. They also let you know if the server is a catch-all server.

Verifalia offers a free plan which gives you up to 25 free validations per day. This also includes access to their API, and it’s simple to pay for more validations if you need them.

QuickEmailVerification

Use it for quick email verification

QuickEmailVerification give a 95% deliverability guarantee, so you won’t have to worry about your bounce rate ever again. This online system verifies your email addresses against a number of different validations, including a whole bunch that I don’t even begin to understand. The important thing is it works.

You can also easily do bulk email verification by uploading a CSV file with the list of email addresses, or you can integrate the API into your app or website to carry out checks in real-time.

They also let you verify up to 100 email addresses per day for free, with monthly plans or pay as you go options if you need more.

Mail-Tester

Use it to spam-proof your emails 

Mail-tester.com is a 100% free online tool that allows you to check the spam score of your emails. By sending an email to a unique address generated by the tool, you can receive a detailed report that analyzes your email’s content, format, and sender reputation based on various email authentication standards. 

The tool provides actionable recommendations to improve the email’s deliverability and avoid being filtered as spam by recipient email services. It’s a valuable resource for anyone who wants to optimize their email campaigns and ensure their emails reach the intended recipient.

GlockApps

Use it for in-depth email deliverability testing

GlockApps is an email deliverability platform that analyzes email content, sender reputation, and inbox placement rates across multiple email providers to optimize your email performance. 

With detailed reports and real-time alerts, GlockApps helps you identify and fix deliverability issues, monitor email campaign performance, and make data-driven decisions to increase email engagement. Its free pricing plan comes with 3 email spam tests, 10,000 DMARC messages/month, extensive inbox insight and DMARC analytics features.

CRMs

When you only have one or two customers, it’s easy to think you don’t need a CRM, that you can keep on top of everything you need to know. As you start making more sales though, it quickly becomes apparent that you need help. While CRM software can be expensive, there’s plenty of free versions to help you out.

Streak CRM for Gmail

Use it for lightweight, flexible pipeline tracking

By integrating with your Gmail, Streak automatically captures the data from your contacts and emails. It’ll then keep you notified on your prospect’s progress through your sales pipeline, complete with follow-up with tasks and reminders.

If you’re looking for a simple CRM solution with email functionality, look no further.

Our sales team says: “A good alternative to Hubspot CRM, plus connects to Gmail.”

Agile CRM

Use it to track everything you could want

Agile was given the Leader award for summer 2018 on the G2Crowd review platform, and it’s easy to see why. Their free plan allows up to 10 users access to some powerful features, including lead scoring, unlimited deals, tasks & documents, appointment scheduling, form building and so much more, for up to 1,000 companies and contacts.

With this many features, your biggest challenge will be knowing where to start.

Intent tracking and sales intelligence

If you want to always hit the right notes with your prospecting, it’s important to stay informed. You don’t want to be learning what’s going on from your prospect while you’re on a call with them. Know more about what’s going on in your industry with these tools.

Leadfeeder 

Use it to turn website visitors into customers

Leadfeeder helps you to track your website visitors and identify potential sales leads. It integrates with Google Analytics to provide you with information, including the pages they viewed and the duration of their visit. 

Next, Leadfeeder will use machine learning algorithms to match website visitor data with existing company and contact information, providing you with a list of potential leads to pursue. The Lite plan is available to unlimited users with offers only data from the last 7 days only and 100 identified companies max.

SifData

Use it to track prospect’s job changes

Job changes are some of the most common buyer intent signals that salespeople keep an eye on. This is exactly what SifData can help you with. The platform is perfect for tracking this activity for your key prospects and customers. 

A native Salesforce application, it will notify you about any job changes so you can act on this signal and sell your prospects or ex-customers at their new organizations. The free plan offers 250 enrichments/month as well as email notifications.

Seamless AI

Use it for prospect research and enrichment

Seamless AI provides a vast database of business contacts and companies. The platform uses artificial intelligence to gather and analyze data from multiple sources, allowing you to search for and target potential customers with high accuracy. 

On the downside, the free plan is pretty limited and can only be used for prospect research with 50 search credits. If you’re looking for data enrichment or intelligence features, you will need to consider paid plans with custom pricing.

Segment

Use it to activate your prospect data

Data is important for any company, and Segment offers a solution for looking after your analytics information. You can use it to unify analytics events from mobile apps, websites, and APIs, giving you a comprehensive view of your data.

Their free package includes 1,000 visitors/month from up to two sources and 400+ integrations.

Email writing and optimization

Even the most experienced writer can’t help feeling a slight anxiety when they’re faced with a blank page. Templates can be an invaluable resource for getting from nothing to a well-structured email in less time.

Subject line generator

Use it to get more email opens

Every email starts with a subject line. So, here’s a handy free tool for you – Reply’s Subject Line Generator. Built on our extensive templates library and industry best practices, it can help you find a perfect subject line to get your emails opened.

To generate a perfect subject line for your next campaign, just pick one of the available categories and provide custom keywords to customize your subject line to your audience. You’ll get a bunch of options to choose from.

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Briskine 

Use it to create reusable email templates 

Email communications often involve on a set of repeatable messages. Those can be follow-ups, OOO messages, replies to objections, etc. With Briskine you can create and use canned messages across your go-to tools, from email to LinkedIn and messengers.

The tool offers free plan including one seat and 30 templates (featuring attachments, variables, etc.)

Lavender

Use it to perfect your cold emails

Lavender is an “AI-powered sales email coach” that scores and helps you improve your messages to get more replies. It comes as a browser extension and is very easy to use.

The free plan allows you to analyze and personalize only 5 emails/month (which is just enough to put together a short sequence). AI email writer feature is only available in paid plans.  

Crystal

Use it to personalize your emails

Crystal is a personality assessment tool. Based on the public data it can generate detailed personality profiles and provide communication suggestions to help you tailor your messages for better impact. 

It uses natural language processing and machine learning algorithms to help you better understand and connect with others. The free plan offers 10 free profiles, basic profile content, and writing suggestions – enough to level up your communication with high-priority leads.

Email tracking and automation

If you’re just sending your emails out normally, you might be missing out on vital information. Has your prospect received the email? Have they opened it? Have they clicked on any of the links? This information is important if you want to know whether a prospect is interested or not, as well as whether that email is even being delivered in the first place.

Yesware 

Use it to ramp up email outreach

Yesware is one of the oldest email automation and sales productivity tools out there. Basically, it integrates with Gmail and Outlook to provide email tracking, templates, scheduling, and automation features that help streamline and optimize the sales process. 

The tool provides insights and analytics on email opens, clicks, and responses, allowing sales professionals to track their performance and improve their outreach. If you’re only getting started with email outreach and want to slightly ramp up your efforts, Yesware’s free plan is a perfect choice with basic email open and attachment tracking.

Mailalert

Use it for basic email tracking

If you’re looking for something less complex, Mailalert.io should be you go-to option. It sends real-time alerts when an email is received and viewed by the prospect. 

It supports multiple email accounts and can be used to monitor and receive notifications for new emails in a unified inbox or even be integrated with other productivity tools such as Slack and Trello. Additionally, Mailalert.io offers a dashboard that displays email activity and statistics, providing users with insights into their email usage and productivity.

But the best part is that this tool is absolutely free to use, including all the features!

Boomerang

Use it for email scheduling and reminders

Boomerang can help you better manage your email inbox. An easy to use browser extension, it integrates with your Gmail to offer extra capabilities such as email scheduling, reminder notifications, and email tracking. 

Using the tool, yu can schedule emails to be sent later, set reminders to follow up on important emails, and track email opens and clicks. Although its free plan is limited to just 10 email credits per month, it can still be a handy productivity tool for your sales stack.

Super Inbox

Use it to power up your email 

Super Inbox is a browser extension that allows you track email open and click rates. They share many of the features of the others but also include email sharing and multiple accounts to make your life easier.

Docsify

Use it to track your email attachments and links

Docsify is a free email tracking extension for Gmail/G Suite.

Similar to Bananatag, it notifies you when recipients open your emails and click links but also provides advanced attachment tracking capabilities, including insights on how much time a recipient has spent on each page of the PDF and page-by-page analytics for each document view.

Meeting scheduling

Even if you’re already using a nifty timezone calculator, scheduling meetings is one of the biggest headaches in the history of sales, usually involving half a dozen emails back and forth. It’s frustrating, and you may even lose customers. Avoid the pain and use one of these tools.

Calendly

Use it to schedule your calls like a pro

One of the most well-known scheduling tools, Calendly leads the way in booking meetings.

Just let Calendly know your availability preferences, then you can share your Calendly link with prospects. They pick an available time and Calendly will let you know and add the event to your calendar, and it’ll do the work for you.

Appointlet

Use it to schedule unlimited meeting types

While Calendly may be more well known, its free version is not without limitations. One of these is the limit of one type of event. If you want people to have the choice between multiple durations, check out Appointlet.

Their free plan includes unlimited bookings, unlimited meeting types, the ability to add your own brand logo and much more.

Calling and conversational intelligence

Whether you want to jump on a call with your prospects or touch base with the rest of your team, the right software can mean the difference between a frustrating call and closing the deal. Consider these free tools to level up your sales calls.

Zoom

Use it for conference calls

If you’re a bit more popular and need more participants at your next conference, take a look at Zoom. Their free package offers unlimited meetings for up to 100 participants, all in glorious HD.

Just be aware of the 40 minute limit on group meetings, unless you don’t mind being cut off mid-sentence when you’re trying to close the sale.

Krisp 

Use it to reduce background noise

Krisp is an AI-powered noise-cancellation tool that eliminates background noise during voice and video calls. It has long become a must-have for any remote SDR toolset.

It offers a range of pricing plans, starting with a free option that provides up to 60 minutes of noise cancellation per day.

CallHippo 

Use it to reach your prospects via the phone

CallHippo is a cloud-based virtual phone system that allows you to make and receive calls from anywhere in the world, thus making sales communications easy and effective. 

With a range of features, including local and toll-free numbers, call recording, call forwarding, voicemail, and IVR, CallHippo is a great addition to your cold outreach toolset. It’s also one of the few calling tools that offers a free plan (although you will still need to pay for the numbers, so keep that in mind).

CrankWheel  

Use it for no-hassle screen sharing

CrankWheel is a screen sharing and co-browsing tool that helps sales and support teams improve their customer engagement and collaboration. The tool is browser-based and does not require any downloads or installations, making it easy to use for both you and your prospects. 

The free option is limited to just 15 meetings per month (and up to 30 viewers for screen sharing).

Avoma

Use it to power up your sales calls

Avoma is an AI-powered conversation intelligence platform that offers automated meeting transcription, AI-based insights, and CRM integrations. This allows you to capture, analyze, and act on customer conversations. 

With their free plan you get an access to their scheduling, transcription, AI notes & collaboration features, helping you to streamline your workflows and improve your communication with customers. 

Warmly 

Use it to give your video calls a professional look and feel

Warmly is a handy tool that allows you to personalize your video calls experience by adding custom elements. You can also use it to bring up any commonalities with your prospects. This helps you make memorable connections and works perfectly for relationship-building.

The free option can accommodate up to 10 users and offers a variety of features, from customizable nametag and backgrounds to basic sales insights for effective call prep.

Grain

To source actionable insights from meetings

Grain allows you to record, transcribe, and share video conversations, either in real-time or asynchronously. This can be useful to an SDR for a variety of purposes, from remote team collaboration and training to prospecting and sales calls.

One of the key features of Grain is its ability to automatically transcribe the audio from video conversations, making it easy to search and reference specific parts of the conversation. The free plan is limited to 100 meetings and transcripts, so you have a plenty of room to experiment with the platform.

Fireflies.ai 

To turn meetings into action items

Fireflies.ai is an AI-powered platform that uses speech recognition and natural language processing to transcribe the conversation and identify action items, decisions, and other important information.

Users can then review the transcribed notes, highlight important sections, and assign tasks to team members. In addition, Fireflies.ai makes it easy to find specific information and insights from past meetings and conversations. Its free pricing comes with limited transcription credits and 800 minutes of storage/seat.

Video selling

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. But what about video? Whether you need to communicate with your teammates or power up your prospecting, these free video tools deserve a place in your stack.

Loom

Use it to show, not tell

Loom is our go-to platform to easily create and share videos, including screencasts and webcam recordings.

Whether it’s for the team sync-ups or prospect communication, Loom proves to be an invaluable tool for any SDR. It also offers a range of features, including the ability to add captions and trim videos among others. Its free plan featuring up to 25 videos/person and up to 5 mins/video is perfect for quick video messages.

Vidyard

Use it to drive engagement with video

Vidyard is a video hosting platform that helps you create, host, and share videos with your prospects. It also offers a suite of tools, including analytics and video personalization.

You can use it to create videos with Vidyard’s built-in video editor and add interactive elements such as calls-to-action (and it integrates natively with Reply!) Surprisingly, such a powerful tool offers a free pricing tier with up to 25 videos in your library and full video editing capabilities. This is an opportunity you simply can’t miss.

Documents and e-signatures

If you’re expecting your prospects to print out your contracts, sign them, scan them, then send them back to you, don’t expect them in a hurry. It’s time-consuming and your prospects will be only too happy to put the job off. Save them the trouble and be an e-signature superstar with these apps.

PandaDoc 

Use it to create, share, and sign documents

PandaDoc helps you streamline your document workflows, from creation to signing and tracking. It offers a wide range of features, including document templates, electronic signatures, payment processing, and analytics.

With PandaDoc, you can easily create and send professional-looking proposals, quotes, contracts, and other documents, and track their progress in real-time. Its free pricing plan offers unlimited eSignatures and document uploads.

One more handy (and free!) addition to the platform is their CreateMySignature tool. It allows you to draw your own digital signature to upload to any PDF. You can create your signature on a desktop computer, tablet, or mobile device. CreateMySignature is also legal and secure so your signature is safe.

Email Signature Generator

To create professional email signature

Built by our team, Email Signature Generator is a handy little tool that helps you craft nice-looking email signatures in just a few clicks. No design or coding required!

You can choose one of the 5 available templates and customize them using your brand colors. Once you’re ready, just copy and paste the HTML code into your email account.

Collaboration and knowledge sharing

What’s your refund policy? What about your onboarding procedure? Who makes the coffee in the mornings? Unless your sales team is just you, you’ll soon need a way to share information around. Here’s our favorite app to do just that.

Tipi

Use it for focused team communication

Tipi promotes the idea of asynchronous team communication, with the idea of focused, constructive conversations instead of distracted chats.

It allows everyone to respond in their own time, giving them the opportunity and space to express more meaningful ideas. Their free plan allows for unlimited users, unlimited notes and an unlimited number of folders.

Our sales team says: “Use it for creating your internal help docs and knowledge base management. We keep all our answers to frequently asked questions like “what’s your pricing”, “how does it work”, “how is it different from your competitors” etc. in Tipi.”

Slite

Use it to build your own knowledgebase

Slite is a collaborative note-taking and knowledge management platform. It helps you capture, organize, and share your team’s work in one place and offers bunch of extra features like real-time collaboration, task management, and integrations with other productivity tools.

With Slite, you can create and share notes, playbooks, checklists, and documents with your team members. It is particularly useful for remote teams, like ours, and comes with a free plan that offers 50 docs and discussions (which is perfect for smaller teams).

Productivity

It’s common sense; The more productive you are as a salesperson, the more you’ll sell. While not specifically sales tools, these apps will help you stay on top of your work and get more done.

Clockify

Use it to track and manage your time

Clockify claims to be the only ‘truly free’ time tracker for teams. For a free tool, it packs a powerful punch. It works well as a simple time tracker, but includes useful features for multiple users, allowing you to see activity across the team.

Evernote

Use it to take notes and make plans of any kind

Evernote is synonymous with note-taking and is used by 225 million people worldwide. The basic package gives you the ability to take and store notes, to clip anything from the web for future reference, and to share them with others.

Alternatively, try Simplenote (a light alternative to Evernote) or Zenpen (a minimalist text editor).

Notion

Use it to create a virtual workspace

A more capable alternative to the good-old Google Docs is Notion. It’s a powerful all-in-one workspace platform that allows you to organize and manage your work and information in one place.

It offers a range of features, including notes, databases, to-do lists, calendars, and project management tools, all in a customizable and intuitive interface. But the best part is that it has a free plan for individuals (and a newly added AI assistant!).

Toby

Use it to keep track of your tabs

At any given moment, I’ll have approximately eleven billion tabs open in my browser. Toby is on a mission to change all that. The app (with the tagline ‘Better Than Bookmarks’) consolidates information into collections, making it easier to keep ‘tabs’ (pun intended) on your resources.

Integrations and workflow automation

There are so many great tools out there. The trouble is the more apps you have in your sales stack, the more time you spend jumping from one app to another, copying and pasting the data you need. Save time and stop mistakes by getting your software to talk to each other.

Zapier

Use it to easily connect your apps

Zapier makes it easy to automate your workflows, moving information between your apps for you. They connect thousands of different apps and add new ‘zaps’ every week. It’s incredibly easy to use, with no coding knowledge required.

But keep in mind that with a free plan you’ll get just 100 tasks/month and single step Zaps only. So it’s not possible to scale your workflows.

Make 

Use it as an alternative to Zapier

Make (formerly known as Integromat) is another powerful workflow automation and no-code integration tool. With 1000 apps in stock and visual drag-and-drop interface it’s a viable alternative to a more popular Zapier. 

Its free plan offers 1,000 operations per month which is a worthy upgrade. 

Airtable

Use it to organize your data and more

Airtable offers a flexible and customizable way to organize and manage your information. It’s a mix of a spreadsheet and a database, that allows users to work with different types of information such as text, numbers, dates, attachments, and links.

Airtable offers a wide range of pre-built templates for different use cases, from a lightweight CRM to sales strategy, or sales org chart. Its free plan offers unlimited bases (up to 1,200 records per base) and up to 5 creators/editors.

Rows

Use it to power up your spreadsheets

Rows is a no-code platform designed to automate and streamline business workflows. It combines spreadsheets with automation and integration features, making it a versatile tool for data management, collaboration, and automation.

Users can create and share spreadsheets with team members, as well as automate tasks and workflows using a variety of integrations, including Zapier, Slack, and more. Its free pricing comes with 10,000 integrations tasks and up to 5 automations per workspace.

Useful resources

Software is the lifeblood of the modern sales teams. However, there are more free resources you can use to elevate your team’s performance and overall business results. 

Here are just some of the curated resources that you might find interesting and useful.

Sales Tools Catalog 

Use it to find the best sales tools on the market

We’ve been building this catalog over the past few years, hand-picking the best tools on the market, tried and tested by our SDRs. There are over 500 software options across 50+ categories so you can find the right solution to fit your needs.

Sales Glossary

Use it to make sense of the acronyms and buzzwords 

Whether you’re only starting out in sales or you’re a leader looking to provide your team with as much useful resources as possible, our Sales Glossary might come in handy. It’s an extensive collection of sales-related terms and acronyms with comprehensive definitions plus relevant content for a deeper dive.

Podcast Library

Use it to find binge-worthy audio shows for sales

If you’re into audio content, take a look at our Podcast Library. It’s a huge list of 320+ curated podcasts sorted into 15 categories. Each record contains a brief description of the show as well as all available links so you can listen to it wherever you want.

Reply Webinars

Use it to get up to speed with the industry

Prefer video content? We have a ton of useful webinars in our resource center to watch on-demand. From live training sessions to expert roundtables and hands-on masterclasses – you can pick the preferred event format as well as topic. 

There’s also not one but two major sale events – Sales Development Excellence – that you can also access on-demand. Featuring some of the top sales voices and industry experts, it’s a 5-hour event covering the most burning questions related to sales.

 


 

Not that we overwork our sales team or anything, honest ????

There you go, 58 (and counting!) free sales tools that can help you get started and level up your sales game. If you’ve found it helpful, please share it with your friends. 

Are there any gems we’ve missed? Pitch your favorite free sales tools at elen@reply.io

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