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6sense

6 Ratings

Infer

9 Ratings

6sense

6 Ratings
Score 8.8 out of 101

Infer

9 Ratings
Score 6.8 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

6sense

6sense is well suited in areas such as creating a campaign for our site. For example, "grill season". It makes it easy to create a campaign to advertise all our grills, best selling [grills] and create certain price updates/categories. It is not as useful on the product campaign, coupon and sales level, but still more useful than platforms we have used in the past.
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Infer

Infer is great for businesses that have a concept of a lead. It also works very well for companies with large databases that are difficult to sort through based on explicit information that you've collected from conversations or from forms. This might be a good fit for companies who are purchasing databases. Less appropriate for B2C type of businesses with no concept of a lead.
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Pros

  • Stores and organizes information by product, department, etc., to make it easier for our website to function.
  • Help us track the buyer journey, making it a more enjoyable buying process for them on our website.
  • Help us drive revenue against competitors such as Amazon and Wal-Mart.
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  • Provides insights on companies to help you infer if they would be a good fit to prospect into, or not
  • Collects data on external sites very well
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Cons

  • Some of the terms used are a learning process for our team, but the site is easy to navigate.
  • Although the site is easier to navigate, it has a lot of facets that take time to learn where elements are saved.
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Alternatives Considered

Oracle is not user-friendly. It is outdated and confusing, also makes it hard to enter in and out of certain tabs/areas within the platform. 6sense is more in-depth and has more functional abilities compared to Salesforce.
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I believe that the two complement each other. Datanyze pulls off of a number of data points. Onsite it can pull technologies used (javascript based and also infrastructural), products offered, SEO ranking, and it even integrates with LinkedIn to pull names. Datanyze also has prospecting features - you can pull lists of companies based on technologies used, location, SEO (Alexa/changes with Alexa rank, SEO strategy, speed testing), SEM data points, industry, employee or revenue size, funding round dates and amounts, business segment, founding date, etc. It integrates with salesforce too so you can import leads directly into the system with the paid version. We bought for the scoring, but there is a lot that it can do.
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Return on Investment

  • It is easier to monitor our ROI on certain campaigns, departments, subclasses, within our sites.
  • We have less issues with launching campaigns correctly and the site crashing on us while processing and developing these campaigns.
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  • Positive ROI - we are smarter in who we go after.
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Pricing Details

6sense

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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Infer

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details