Leadfeeder shows you your websites Leads based on its web traffic—i.e. the companies that visit your site — their on-site behavior, company details and contact information.
Each 'Lead' listed (image above) can be selected, and details about that lead are shown (image below).
Leads can contain information in several different sections.
Company Info* (more on this here):
LinkedIn People Search Link
Google Search Link
Social Media Links (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Crunchbase)
When Leadfeeder contacts are available
Social media links (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook)
For each visit:
Time and Date of visit
Source and Medium
For example, if you run LinkedIn ads and a visitor clicks the ad's link to your site that is being tracked with Leadfeeder, you can see the visitor's source as LinkedIn.
Number of pages visited
The total length of visit
NOTE: Tracking YouTube video plays is a game-changer when tracking visitors throughout the funnel. You need to be an Admin to enable video views tracking. If you are an Admin user, you can enable YouTube Video tracking in the Advanced settings of Leadfeeder Tracker.
It's good to know that if a website visitor downloads multiple files during a unique visit, we can recognize only the first download.
If your CRM is integrated this section can show (if available);
Account the lead is connected to
Tasks (Status, Priority, Due Date and Owner)
Deals (Deal, Owner, Pipeline/Stage, Closing Date, Creation Date)
Comments can be added on any Lead - they will appear to all of your team members using Leadfeeder.
*not every lead will have all details available
When you have a Leadfeeder lead selected, you can choose to view them as "table" as in example pictures above or you can select "timeline". The following video explains how and what kind of visit data you can see when you have chosen "timeline":