Subscribe to Answers
Usually, not always, when something is free, they give you just enough features to get you started, but the features that you really want are in the premium version.
I looked at the pricing for their marketing software and it's pretty pricey for an individual agent.
I've not used it and you can probably tell I'm leary! lol
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
I'm like Debe Maxwell ..never heard of it so am parking to see what others have to say.
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
Let's just agree that eventually you'll be paying $75 per month after beta testing. You can do alot better elsewhere & maybe get a landing page thrown in too boot.
Stick to real estate related products except for Hootsuite & Friends+Me.
Sandy Padula and Norm...
It's free? Why would it be free? You must have to buy something else and then they include the CRM? Please advise.
I have read about it on a regular basis but I am leaning to salesForce if I make a change since they are incorporating AI.
sorry I have not....
I am not familiar with that CRM.
Hard to believe it's free! But HubSpot is pretty impressive in terms of the education they provide nd I ike what I have seen.
Interesting - I'll have to park! I didn't even know about that one!
As Lyn Sims warned you.
No, I've never used this CRM.
Never heard of it
One of my boards syndicated through HubSpot... but I have not used them for CRM.
They are way too expensive for what they offer. I had one top producer client in California use CRM for Hubspot and their entire suite of products. It was way too rigid. Half of the things I coached him he could not do within their framework.
If you are going to spend that much in price, I would suggest getting the top of the line CRM on the planet for any business and that is Infusionsoft.
Many of the top producers that have teams in KW use Infusionsoft. IT is the most robust CRM ever developed. There is a learning curve though:)
We use Market Leader for our CRM and for what we use it for, it serves its purpose very well. Katerina
I'm not familiar with that one.
I signed up for the free site a while ago, but that is as far as I got with them.
Not familiar with it, but sounds expensive.
I don't have any experience with this company.
Never heard of it. Sorry.
I have not, so no input from me. Parking to see what others are saying about the CRM.
Nope I have my own
I have an account with them, but have not really gotten into using it. It does look like a good solution, though.
Not one I am familiar with, but will be back to review comments of those who are!
I never heard of it, but interested to see what it does and what it cost
No, but I would take your time and compare it with others before deciding.
Hubspot is awesome. They do have the stuff you will absolutely need on 2020. Very competitive in features to SalesForce, the enterprise based 800 lb gorilla in this space.
However, I use SugarCRM for future position and economics.
Read Hubspots stuff. It is incredible.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE:
The features you NEED to be properly positioned in 2020 will cost you $200 monthly on Hubspot. $500 on Sales Force and $125 on SugarCRM.
NONE of the real estate centric CRMs currently offer what you should really want and will want in 2020.
No, but a good from is important to your business.
I have not.
Dorie Dillard nailed this one!
Sorry, but I have not, so no opinion.
I am not familiar with this product