HubSpot Aggregated Reviews
I personally use HubSpot – it does all you mentioned above and much more. Could be a good one to look into as your overall platform to manage any service requests, appointments, etc. They also have a “service hub” as a new product that may be of interest for your applications. I’m not sure on the price but would assume its not cheap. But it is very powerful!
I tried Hubspot, and it got into my way everywhere. A small company just operates differently, less process-orientated, than an established one.
Also, Hubspot CRM is free and easy to use
Hubspot is great although pricey. Hubspot crm along with its market leading Marketing Automation software is an extremely powerful tool once setup properly.
Another worth mentioning is HubSpot. While not specifically for CRE brokerage, it is super flexible and has a robust, free and open API. It’s also free to start so you can test for your purposes very easily. I don’t see too many people using it but I don’t really know why not.
I’m actually looking to signup for a CRM at the moment, but given hubspot has a free tier, I’m going to skip Salesflare and go straight to Hubspot. I know free tiers aren’t cool anymore, but… well, a free trial doesn’t help me at this stage.
Hubspot offers great Outlook integrations, so you would not be using a separate “app”. It also offers a lot of great CRM functionality.
You should also have a look at Hubspot CRM!!. Very attractive and engaging (sounds like a good woman, lol). This one is 100% – very common around small businesses.
Hubspot is a good alternative of this. HubSpot CRM is free CRM tool, it lets you to store information on the people and companies you interact with and track your outreach efforts.
HubSpot.com is a free CRM and connects with your Gmail. It has plenty of features, unlimited users, and is an excellent starting place for CRM needs.
WHY?! Hubspot offers a free CRM with pretty decent features.
If you look at the stock, you might think they are a similarly sized company. Hubspot is currently trading in the $110-$120 range and Salesforce has been trading in the $115-$125 range.
But if you look at the size of the companies – Salesforce is huge in comparison. Salesforce is a Fortune 500 company with a market cap of $93B and nearly 30k employees. Hubspot is a rising star for sure, but with a market cap of $4B and 2k employees.
My preference is Hubspot. It’s free and includes all necessary features to rationalize workflow. Also you can try Closer bot for Slack and Hubspot integration – so you will be able to run crm tasks within Slack what saves your time .
I agree Hubspot is best for small businesses, free for unlimited users and works with gmail and outlook integrations
I know some persons who use Shopify with HubSpot.
I just went through a CRM review cycle recently and, for our needs, determined that hubspot’s free version was good enough for us at this point (we don’t use hubspot for anything else).
hubspot is free, you can send emails from the platform (or outlook / gmail integration) and you can track if they were opened or not.
Hubspot is super intuitive and easy to use but very limited. It was also glitchy for us – like, it would try to match companies and contacts, but get it wrong and re-assign ops to different AEs, etc. Ugh.
Hubspot CRM because it’s free and gets the job done
I use Hubspot, found it to be very useful for what I need it for and for free as well. The integrations (particularly the email integrations) in Hubspot make life so much easier. I had to use another CRM for 2 years and I grew to hate it because it was clunky and lacked that kind of functionality that would have made life easier.
Hubspot for lead generation and tracking if you’re in the 5-50 employee range
I’ve found HubSpot to always have 80% of what I need, and the last 20% is the most crucial. Their sales reports are a bit lack luster
HubSpot works well for what we need, but it is more for sales cycle tracking.
Hubspot crm is free, then to activate additional features like drip email, reports, etc costs $50-$1000/mo+ (can get expensive very quickly as you grow).
I’ve used a lot of them. I like Ontraport for simple contact management and mailing list automation, hubspot for outbound telephone (not call center but inside sales making lots of calls) and my favorite is infusionsoft for online sales automation, though if you’re doing a lot of outbound calling, infusionsoft won’t cut it.
My latest client was on Zoho and I don’t like it. You can get the work done with it, but it requires extensive customization to make it do what you want.
I used to use Salesforce community edition as the basis of a highly customized crm, but I would no longer recommend extensive CRM customization. The payoff is not really worth the time investment. If it won’t do what you need out of the box, don’t spend a lot of time changing it. You might consider changing your own procedures to work with the CRM.
Ontraport is <$300/mo
infusionsoft was $1500 to move into and something like $150/mo.
Zoho is $35/user and more depending on what features you’re using.
I didn’t have to pay for Hubspot, so I don’t know what that costs.
the hubspot free edition is incredible tbh. Especially the 5 free snippets and templates.
Hey there, hubspot has a really good free tool. It’s really awesome and like how you can customize things on there. Really awesome to use.
Hubspot – hands down – east to use, easy to set up and can scale with your company very well.
Costs nothing until you want more advanced features as well
For me, hubspot. For business with a sales team I recommend Salesforce . It’s pretty amazing.
Hubspot CRM would be a distant second (more of a contact manager than a full featured CRM).
HubSpot CRM features, integrations, and support services are delivered for free. All you need to do is to create your HubSpot account, import your data, and let the system manage customer relationships with features such as:
– Up to 1,000,000 users and contacts
– Unlimited storage
– Arranged customer documentations & client profiles
– Automated importing from email hubs, phone databases, and social media
– Phone integration
– Custom views and pipeline management
– Lead enrichment and automated tracking of website visitors
Hubspot is a great, free CRM. It doesn’t provide as many options or customization as Salesforce , but it’s free & easy to use so who can argue.
So far, I’ve tried Hubspot free CRM associated with MailChimp. It allows me to have a CRM, newsletter and marketing automation for free.
I wonder what kind of tools you guys use, maybe something is better than what I’ve figured. My budget is around 50€/month for the beginning.
I use Hubspot as well and it works great.
Hubspot CRM. It’s really great and it’s free!
HubSpot CRM Features
1.Track all of your contacts, leads, and deals in a free CRM
2.See most recent 7 days of contact web activity after contact is added
3.Integrate with email to automatically surface relevant messages
4.Call clients; 15 minutes call time per person per month included
5.Autocomplete contact and company details
6.Write and save email templates and snippets; limited to five of each
7.iOS and Android apps available
Hubspot. Nice free format, great paid format.
I’m using the free version of HubSpot for B2B business development. It is great! It speeds up the workflow and for a small operation the free tier will be and you get a ton of value out of it.
My advice is that you should start using it now. I think the value a CRM brings is that it speeds up the tedious biz dev / sales tasks.
Hubspot CRM: free solution forever, with unlimited contacts, with basic functionality.The next pricing jumps up to $50/user. Seems to work well with inbound marketing teams
We use kixie.com connected to Hubspot for local dialing and call recording. They also handle imbound calls to groups, individuals, etc.
Service is also solid.
I also love to work with Hubspot and the most functions you need are free there. we combined it with Outlook and Mailchimp! Perfect combination for Spamming:)
Commercial real estate here: Hubspot CRM has been great.
hubspot is king of inbound based companies and commercial sized businesses that are somewhat lean. works out of the box and can be ran by a VERY small team.
Salesforce is still the king of CRM’s, but I foresee Hubspot taking over a major market share here. Hubspot is more innovative IMO and they allow for a quicker pivot on customization. The fact that Hubspot is free for the smaller orgs doesn’t hurt either.
HubSpot is not going to knowingly sell your information. No respectable SaaS or CRM is going to engage in that practice.
HubSpot does a good job handling contacts. You’ll be able to set up automated email campaigns based on certain contact attributes. I can’t really share valuable insights about pipeline or activity tracking. But like the others have said, you are going to be pushed about upgrading to paid features (ex: Reporting). That may impact your experience.
But HubSpot CRM is good place to start since it’s free. I just wouldn’t expect a lot of new features that fall into the free plan over time.
Hubspot reporting is pretty bad. Unlocking the full report is like $200usd/month. Totally not worth it.
It actually has reports and for small/new business I found Hubspot CRM useful and easy. I really like the option of placing a tracking code on the website and all new contacts are appearing in Hubspot automatically 🙂
A CRM without reporting? No way. It’s just a contact list from which Hubspot salesmen pull Inbound leads from… your data is not private, or yours.
Hubspot CRM is not a CRM unless you pay for it and the reporting addon. Very expensive. Even then, your data is not yours. Beware!
Hubspot’s majority of users are not using the paid version. Depending on what Pricing package you end up using it is pretty much a glorified contacts list, accounts and so on. If your organization was to upgrade to the “Basic / starter package” you would find it is actually really expensive compared to other crms (this is the case if that is what you are using it for).
If the organisation is looking for more out of the box automation for sales staff there are much better solutions for a more competitive price point. Is your organization is looking at using hubspot for sales teams I would recommend Sales Activ as a fantastic alternative. Easy to use and automatically tells your sales people where to visit next based on AI algorithms.
Hubspot is nice when you’re small and about the timezone concern we were working with a company in Spain and no issues there. Same with Salesforce . What’s nice about Hubspot and Salesforce is that they do a good job of scaling with a growing business and they integrate with everything–though with Hubspot it can get pretty expensive if you want to use all of their features. Love Pipedrive , but haven’t used this one internationally.
hubspot is very usefull system. that’s give trusted certificate and easily use ..hub spot is most power full tool for content marketing.
Having evaluated every CRM available for my latest job – we went with HubSpot. The free version is super robust and easy to use, easy to customize, easy to integrate. Just easy. If you want to step it up one – try Active Campaign, this gives you a more simplistic (but still customizable) CRM and a lot of email marketing tools to boot.
But if you just want a simple no-brainer CRM, go with the free versions of HubSpot and HubSpot sales. You might consider upgrading to Sales Pro if you find that aspect of the business needs more tools.
And hubspot is totally free. it could track all your emails, deep integration with gmail and so on. Hadn’t used hubspot marketing too much, but Sales division is quite cool. If your company less than 50, you’d like it too.
I have used HubSpot for a long time. It’s very good
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