We had to work a lot with the set up, but we are happy with it. It seems to track things OK.
Mixpanel is useful to check how our UTM campaigns are going. You can track your campaign with special links. Sometimes, though, there are discrepancies in the data we get.
Hotjar provides useful heatmaps.
Another tool that we use frequently is Elevio. It is nice because if you install the widget on your website, you can control the elements yourself even if you are not a technical person. You can schedule demos, chat, create custom urls, and it integrates with Calendly.
With MailChimp, we take care of newsletters and product updates. We use Zapier to hook all the new sign-ups to it. It works well, but the only downside is that if you scale up, the price goes up.
Outreach.io is for sales emails. If we see a prospect online that looks like they do not have a recruiting tool, we get in touch with them through Outreach.
Intercom is a powerful tool. We use it for transactional emails. We get analytics with Segment. Intercom itself has good analytics - it allows you to filter down your customers based on their behavior.
Yuki is a great HR/Accounting company that focuses on Dutch companies. They offer a comprehensive service, taking care of Accounting as well as HR administration. They automatically upload your documents from Dropbox. They are also very reasonably priced.
Recruitee has a team-oriented approach to hiring. We think that hiring should be done focusing on collaboration. We focus on 5 steps: (1) Employer branding (2) Posting to job boards (3) Candidate sourcing--we built a widget to import candidates that is used by a lot of head hunters (4) Managing candidate applications through a Trello-type board (5) Getting the analytics around it.
We use Optimizely to optimize our landing pages.
AdRoll is a very nice tool for targeting ads.
Email Hunter is a great tool for finding people’s emails. It is a Chrome plugin. You can link it to LinkedIn, and it is pretty accurate in finding the email that you are looking for. If you use it on a website, it will find all the emails that are associated with that domain.
Calendly is definitely good, but it does not seem to integrate with more than one calendar.
SaneBox organizes your emails, and it is really great, I love working with it. It analyzes your behavioral patterns with your inbox and classifies your emails accordingly. For example, it places all the non-urgent emails in a folder that you can check later. It is very accurate.
We use Buffer and we quite like it. It used to be underdeveloped, but recently they integrated it with many more sites. The scheduling is more flexible--you can plan a month of activity in advance. A nice feature is that it tells you when the best time to post is - the time that will make your post gain more attention.
Notify sends us a Slack message if someone mentions our name online.