LeadGibbon and Skrapp are very different. Here's a summary of their differences.
- LeadGibbon provides you 18 different fields of data for each contact that you save. All this information is stored in one convenient location (a Google sheet) which can be used to identify missing or incomplete information about your leads. Your leads’ email addresses and phone number will also be saved on this sheet for easy access when following up.
- LeadGibbon allows you to store your lead data on Google Sheets which you are free to update or modify as required.
- LeadGibbon identifies company email addresses only.
- With LeadGibbon, you are given the option to alter your lead’s information before saving it to Google Sheets. This is an essential feature when the tool incorrectly captures a title or designation (eg. MBA, Ph.D, etc.) as part of the lead’s name, and you need to correct the lead’s name in order to identify their proper email address.
- The data that is provided is always “fresh” because LeadGibbon ping’s your leads’ company server directly to identify the correct and valid email address for your leads each and every time that you use LeadGibbon.
- LeadGibbon’s pricing blows everyone else out of the water. For $199 per month, you are able to collect lead data on unlimited contacts per month.
- Skrapp does not provide phone numbers for your leads so you will need to take the extra step to find their phone numbers.
- Skrapp does not offer the option of saving your lead data to Google Sheets. With Skrapp, your lead data will be stored in their Web App, and you will need to export this data to a csv or other file format in order to edit or modify.
- Some of the email addresses identified by Skrapp are personal email addresses, which is not in compliance with CAN-SPAM laws (if cold prospecting).
- With Skrapp, if an incorrect email address is identified (due to an error in the first name, last name or domain) you will not be able to correct it.
- Skrapp has a hard time evaluating the accuracy of the email addresses they provide. Due to this, their current bounce rates are quite high.
- The pricing for Skrapp is quite good for small scale users, but you end up spending much more if you are a professional user because of their credit system (eg. 20,000 credits will cost you $149 per month).