MixPanel is OK--I think that there is probably more that we could be doing with it. They came out with new features that we have not had time to look at yet. It’s useful for tracking funnels, gathering segmentation data on geographic location, type of devices etc.
Co-founder & CTO - Wellthy
We use Mixpanel for direct user follow up marketing emails. We are pretty new to them, but we really like them because they provide pretty thoughtful built-in management tools.
Co-founder & CEO - Smiletime
We used to use Mixpanel--it is another way to see what is happening with your funnel.
SVP of Engineering - Lola Travel
26%Stacklist Startups Are Using Mixpanel
Its ease of use makes it hugely popular in the startup community, though many view it as an introductory BI tool. Founders report that they tend to move away from Mixpanel as they grow, either because they begin to need hyper-specific data that Mixpanel can’t provide, or because of the platform’s price points that scale with the number of data points and users you need to track.
Mixpanel has two plans: “engagement plans” that center around the number of data points you need, and “people plans,” based on the number of users you track. Engagement plans offer the first 25,000 data points for free, with additional upgrades available: 500,000 data points for $150 a month; 2 million for $350 a month; 4 million for $600 a month; 8 million for $1,000 a month; and 20 million for $2,000 a month. People plans offer the first 1,000 profiles for free, and then move on to 50,000 users for $150 a month; 100,000 for $250 a month, 300,000 for $650 a month; 500,000 for $1,000 a month; and 1 million users for $1,800 a month. Custom quotes are available for companies requiring additional capacity.
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