It provides 99% of the functionality of Lead Forensics at 1/4 of the cost. But even better is the Bombora Company Surge Detail. Nobody else has this. Imagine, not only knowing a company stopped by your website but to also get a pretty good idea of how seriously they are looking?
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We looked at several such solutions, and fully evaluated and installed three of them for there trial. Lead Forensics $$$$, Visitor-Track (Net Factor) $$, and Albacross $. We looked closely at three main items: Accuracy of data, speed - or the hit their tracking URL takes, and ease of use. Net Forensics is too hard of a sell, a slow tracking code, and very risky to get out of - and you cannot touch there UI during the testing period. On the low end was Albacross. Cheap, easy to use - but the data was mediocre at best. In the middle price was VistitorTrack (Net Factor), great software, not too much of a website speed hit, good accurate data and well filtered from the junk. Best of all that fact that Bombora Company Surge Detail is included made this an easy decision.
After spending a great deal of money on beef up and SEO well our website, it was a great waste to not know who is really stopping buy. This was a clean and perfect fit.
There are four of us within our company that keep an eye on web traffic, and VisitorTrack simplifies the entire process for us. Our market is relatively thin, and this service allows us to focus on leads we find most important to the success of our business.
If I could change anything, it would be to allow us to see who from a potential customer is checking us out.
Just do it. Well worth the small investment.
We used to spend a fair bit of time on dead end leads. Visitor track allows us to separate our leads and to follow up on those we think could go somewhere. As one who still likes to cold call, having this information (the fact that a particular company spent ?? minutes on our website, and visited ?? pages), helps break the ice when I am making an initial call on a prospect. It gives me something to talk about right away with the 'gatekeeper'.