So, you want to know how Lead Forensics pricing works? Probably because you want more leads. Or you want better leads, right?
You're poking around the internet and come across Lead Forensics. It sounds good. They make a lot of bold claims about how they have one of the best databases in the industry.
But, are they right for your company?
More importantly, how much does Lead Forensics cost? They keep that info under wraps — you'll have to book a demo to find out how much they'll charge.
Who wants to waste time talking to a high-pressure salesperson without at least a ballpark price range? Is it going to cost me $20 a month? $2,000? Who knows.💰
Pricing like this is confusing, but it doesn't have to be.
I did the digging to provide you with an unbiased look at how pricing works at Lead Forensics — and how it compares to Leadfeeder. 😏
Note: Don’t want to jump through hoops to figure out the Lead Forensics pricing? Try Leadfeeder free for 14 days — no demo required.
How does Lead Forensics work?
Lead Forensics is a tool that reveals which companies visit your website. They claim to have the most robust database in the industry, which allows the software to better track and identify leads.
There's a lot to like about Lead Forensics on the features side — the tool includes a built-in CRM so you can manage the entire leads process right from the dashboard. Neato.
Lead Forensics also has some cool customization options, such as color coding and a wide range of filters so you can filter leads and track the companies that matter most to you.
(P.S.: Leadfeeder has custom filters, too.) 💪🏼
Lead Forensics also has a mobile app, so your sales and marketing teams can manage leads on the go.
Lead Forensics pricing vs Leadfeeder pricing
Lead Forensics doesn't list its pricing online. Like many other SaaS companies, Lead Forensics offers "custom" packages for each company.
While that sounds fine, it makes it difficult to easily compare your options.
Here's the Lead Forensics pricing page for reference.
According to Capterra, pricing for Lead Forensics ranges between $99 and $2,000 per month, based on the number of leads you rake in.
Signing a longer contract (which locks you in for 24 months or 36 months) will earn you a slight discount.
To be fair, they do offer a built-in CRM, so if you're in the market for both a CRM and a lead identification tool, the cost might be worth it. (The average paid CRM platform costs around $40 per month, per user, which can definitely add up.)
Also, Lead Forensics offers most visitors a free 7-day trial. If you click around the website a bit, Lead Forensics will serve a pop-up that takes the 7-day trial to a 14-day trial.
(Not to boast, but Leadfeeder offers everyone a free 14-day trial.) 😇
When Lead Forensics pricing is compared to Leadfeeder, our pricing is more transparent. Leadfeeder believes that pricing transparency builds trust.
You know what to expect before you ever talk to a salesperson — and you can try our software free for 14-days with no questions asked (we won't even ask for your payment info!)
Here's a look at Leadfeeder plan options.
On a budget? You can use our Lite version of Leadfeeder for free forever. The data is limited, but you'll see who has visited your site in the last 3 days and where they work.
Our Premium package starts at $63 per month for up to 100 leads. Got more leads? No problem.
Keep in mind; our traffic filters allow you to filter leads so you only see (and pay) for relevant leads. For example, if you're based in France and don't want to see leads from the US, you can filter US-based companies from your list.
While we won’t touch on Lead Forensics contracts here because it’s not officially documented on their site, the below Capterra review mentions an experience regarding their contract with Lead Forensics.
On the flip side, Leadfeeder has flexibility with contracts.
You can cancel or downgrade to the Lite Leadfeeder plan at any time. We do offer a discount if you choose to pay annually, but we don't lock you into an expensive, long-term contract.
How do customers feel about Lead Forensics?
"Well, of course, you think Leadfeeder is better, it's your tool!" 😆
That's fair. As much as I try, it's hard to be totally unbiased. So, let's look at reviews from real customers.
According to Capterra, customers gave Lead Forensics an overall score of 3.7 out of 5 stars.
Customers reported issues with customer service and missing the contract cut-off period, which forces customers to pay for the software for an additional three years.
Here's a look at the top pros and cons from customers on Capterra:
On G2, Lead Forensics earned an overall rating of 3.8 out of 5 stars. Customers report the tool is hard to use and expensive.
Here's one of their top reviews from a marketing director at a mid-market company:
Several G2 reviews mentioned Lead Forensics was hard to use and expensive.
How does Leadfeeder stack up?
Here is what customers on G2 have to say about Leadfeeder.
Try the Lead Forensics alternative, Leadfeeder, free for 14 days
There is no one-size-fits-all website identification solution. Some features you love might make another company want to pull their hair out.
I’m not saying Leadfeeder is the right solution for every company — but I do think Leadfeeder is a better choice for most companies looking to find better leads and track marketing efforts.
The great news is, you don't have to take our word for it. You can try all Leadfeeder features for free for 14 days. No demo, no contract; you don't even have to give us your credit card info.
Just sign up, add the Leadfeeder tracker to your site (which only takes a few minutes), and you will start seeing leads today.
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