Crushpath vs. Juicer

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Crushpath
Score 1.1 out of 10
N/A
Crushpath, from the San Francisco based company of the same name, is a content marketing engine dedicated to delivering custom content to potential new customers via multiple channels (social media sites, news and industry related sites). Targeted for small to midmarket companies interested in B2B selling, Crushpath is billed as a sales prospecting tool dedicated to streamlining, automating, and improving the timeliness of outreach. Crushpath pricing starts at $900 monthly with the Ultimate…N/A
Juicer
Score 9.7 out of 10
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)
Juicer is a social media aggregator that curates social media content from different social channels such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram into one simple feed that can be embedded anywhere. The tool allows users to organize content into one platform and introduce visitors to a company's social side without having them navigate off the website. The user's feed is updated daily or hourly depending upon plan selected. Within the Juicer dashboard users can add multiple feed sources…
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Pricing
CrushpathJuicer
Editions & Modules
No answers on this topic
Small Plan
$0.00
per month
Medium Plan
$19.00
per month
Large Plan
$99.00
per month
Enterprise Plan
$199.00
per month
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CrushpathJuicer
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
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User Ratings
CrushpathJuicer
Likelihood to Recommend
1.1
(2 ratings)
9.7
(2 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
8.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
CrushpathJuicer
Likelihood to Recommend
Crushpath
I cannot think of any scenarios, but I look forward in the near future to make use of the email option as a webpage for outreaching to potential and current customers.
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Juicer
Juicer is great for any campaign, hashtag, or event-related website. For example, we've created this website for a friend's event (the "Pirate Summit", and it looks like this https://www.juicer.io/pirate-summit). Also, artists use it a lot, for example, Bon Jovi's official site at https://www.juicer.io/bonjovi. You can also build a lot of stuff around it, and just keep Juicer's aggregated social media feed in an iFrame. Juicer is less well suited if you want to enable actions from social media, e.g. buying a physical product. In these cases, classic e-commerce shops are better suited.
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Pros
Crushpath
  • They do a great sales pitch on the phone to get you to buy in
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Juicer
  • Juicer allows me the opportunity to set it and forget it so that I can use my valuable time to focus on other things.
  • Juicer has allowed us to seamlessly ensure that our social media feed can be found on our website and that it will stay up to date at any given moment.
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Cons
Crushpath
  • I cannot think of any improvements for them to make.
  • I have been very satisfied with their products.
  • I would like to be able to incorporate my logo on the plan I currently use.
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Juicer
  • There might be one or two social media sources worth adding, e.g. Tripadvisor.
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Likelihood to Renew
Crushpath
I am not sure if I am using it to its fullest potential and if I have the skill or focus time to invest in using it for our promotions. I do not know how to measure our return on the investment.
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Juicer
No answers on this topic
Alternatives Considered
Crushpath
This does not apply to me.
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Juicer
I haven’t had the first-hand opportunity to try other platforms. Juicer was already being used on our other websites and therefore we’re now utilizing it for the Foundation.
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Return on Investment
Crushpath
  • It cost me money with no return at all
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Juicer
  • It's very quick to deploy, so no IT/development costs (except putting in a small javascript, which takes 5 minutes).
  • Definitely positive ROI, it's much cheaper than other solutions which can cost some times 10x as much.
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