Visitor Queue’s website can be a little confusing. You might read some of their headlines and think that you’ll be able to use their platform to see who’s actually visiting your website. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case.
Like most of the competition, Visitor Queue uses IP data to tell you the names of the companies where your visitors work. Other Visitor Queue competitors, such as Leadfeeder and Lead Forensics, do it that way too. You’ll get a company name and maybe some suggested contacts. Then, it’s up to your sales team to contact people at the company to determine who might be interested in your offering.
Sounds like a pain, doesn’t it? There’s another solution.
LeadPost uses probabilistic and deterministic methods to tell you the names, email addresses, mailing addresses, and company names of your website visitors.