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Leadfeeder shows you the companies visiting your website, how they found you and what they’re interested in.
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Pekka Koskinen
Pekka Koskinen@pekkakoskinen · CEO, Leadfeeder
Thanks for featuring us, I'm the founder and CEO of Leadfeeder. The idea of Leadfeeder is to make b2b sales more intelligent. Knowing what potential and existing customers do on the website enables sales people to do their job smarter. Google Analytics is great tool for marketing but with it you cannot easily see which companies visit your website and what they do there. Leadfeeder connects to your Google Analytics, fetches your data and shows page by page what companies have done there. By default we filter out most ISPs and other non-interesting visitors from the lead list. You can also make custom feeds for showing only companies that have behaved in a certain way, for example only those that have visited or haven't visited some page. We are currently building CRM integrations so you can send the interesting leads straight to your CRM. We have a 30-day free trial so feel free to test drive Leadfeeder. Just connect your GA and you're up and running in minutes. If you have any questions, just contact our online support.
Campbell Macdonald
Campbell Macdonald@cambel · Co-Founder
Very cool. Unclear how this is different from LeadLander and other reverse DNS lookups. Am I missing something? The price point makes me think it is the same but targetting Startups and SMBs.
Pekka Koskinen
Pekka Koskinen@pekkakoskinen · CEO, Leadfeeder
@cambel Great question. The main idea in these tools is pretty much the same, to identify the behaviour of website visitors based on their network location. How Leadfeeder is different is that instead of adding yet another script on the website, we connect to your existing apps such as Google Analytics and CRM to fetch and update your data. We also filter out ISPs from the lead list, offer a daily feed of qualified companies and enable sales teams to collaborate and distribute leads. The best way to know Leadfeeder is to test it.
Eric Willis
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
Get analytics on the companies that visit your site so that you can convert them to a sales lead.
Herkko Kiljunen
Herkko KiljunenMakerHiring@herkkokiljunen · CTO, Leadfeeder
Hi, Herkko from Leadfeeder here. Cheers @erictwillis for featuring us!
Tori Bunte
Tori Bunte@stttories · PMM, HPE Storage
@herkkokiljunen Hi Herkko! Spending sometime in Leadfeeder right now. I would love to be able to filter out people who visit a certain page (client login) on our site as they aren't leads. Is there anyway to filter a page out?
Herkko Kiljunen
Herkko KiljunenMakerHiring@herkkokiljunen · CTO, Leadfeeder
@stttories Hi Tori! Yes, you can filter out companies that visit a certain page with our Custom Feeds. Checkout this article on our help center http://support.leadfeeder.com/kn...
Aaron Hanson
Aaron Hanson@crixlet
I'm a fan of any attempt to make understanding analytics easier! I wonder how it gets company data. A lot of my results were universities and telcoms. Though there were a few seemingly accurate results too.
Pekka Koskinen
Pekka Koskinen@pekkakoskinen · CEO, Leadfeeder
@crixlet Hi Aaron, the data comes from Google Analytics. By default we try to filter out ISPs, universities and other non-interesting leads so that the resulting list would be of good quality. In some regions we have already built a good database out of these but it's still work in progress. You can hide non-interesting visitors and thus help us build the database of ISPs.