You can think of the Leadfeeder Tracker as the key that unlocks the mysteries of your website visitors.
At least that is the piece that you see. Hidden beyond is the technology that Dealfront has been working with for years.
We started using Google Analytics as our main source of data - we knew that they had one of the most robust databases around. This helped us build the backbone of Leadfeeder and subsequently Dealfront, today.
We’re past a single point of knowledge though, knowing that we can do much more! Over the years we have built our own databases.
We didn’t forget what we learned from Google Analytics, we supercharge it! 💪
The Leadfeeder Tracker allows us to use what we know from Google Analytic’s database along with powerful supplemental databases ("Accio Data! 🧙♀️"). This means you see more companies identified, quickly and of higher quality.
Every company that we identify gets you information about them, as well as contacts connected to them allowing you to connect to the prospect.
You also see the details for every visit including:
Time and date of visit
Source and Medium
Number of pages visited
Pages visited (Title, URL, and length of page visit)
Visitor ID number
The total length of visit
It's everything you need to see in regards to what your visitors are interested in (and everything your marketing team wants to know as well)!
Oh, and did we mention it’s faster?
Ask any expert in sales and they will tell you, timing is crucial. The Leadfeeder Tracker gets you companies within 5-10 minutes from the time they visited your website.
By the time the company that visited your website gets back from team lunch, you can have started your outreach.
But what about Google Analytics you say?! We say keep it! Integrate it! (Although not mandatory; information on Google Analytics & Dealfront can be found here).
You never leave your old friends behind!
Adding your Google Analytics account during sign-up helps start things up; keeping it connected and up-to-date allows us to continue to supplement your identified companies in the future.
The Leadfeeder tracking script sets the following cookies into the visitor’s browser:
Expires in 1 year
If your website has enabled the consent manager support for Dealfront, the visitor consent status is stored to this cookie.
Expires in 2 years
A cookie that is only temporarily used to check if the browser supports cookies or not. This cookie might show up in a cookie scanner for your consent management platform.
A local storage variable to store the duration for the Dealfrint clientID stored in browser LocalStorage.
Questions, comments, feedback? Please let us know by contacting our support team via the chat or by sending us an email at email@example.com.