Integrate Hunter with Wootric
Hunter is an enrichment tool that allows users to find and verify the email of any professional or business in just a few clicks. This prevents common issues like incomplete data or duplicate customer information, allowing users to grow their contact lists and send targeted, effective business communications.
Wootric is a service that can create customers surveys and turn their responses into a measurable metric of customer happiness called a Net Promoter Score (NPS). Wootric’s surveys are designed to get the most responses possible by being both simpler and less aggressive than traditional surveys. The data gathered from these surveys can be used to rate and segment customers as well as offer analytics about your customer base at large.
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Hunter's End Points
Save your leads in Hunter’s Chrome extension and see them instantly saved in your other tools, including Salesforce, HubSpot, Zapier, and Pipedrive.
Domain Search is one of the most powerful email-finding tools available today. With just a few clicks, use the search to get the names and email addresses of every person working within an organization.
Email (Finder, Verifier, Count)
Find and verify email addresses one by one or in bulk to lower your bounce rate and effectively enrich your database.
Wootric's End Points
Track the data associated with your survey responses. This allows Wootric to both provide you with analytic data about your NPS and integrate that data with your CRM.
Interact with data about your end users - including their contact information, their relationship with your company (such as what plan or product they use) and the date they were last surveyed - to gauge how out-of-date your data about each user may be. Then, use this information to decide if/when they should be surveyed again.
Monitor which surveys were declined and by whom. This data includes the ID of the respondent, the survey ID and the time at which it was declined. You can then identify which surveys were unsuccessful and which customers are unlikely to respond to surveys. This can help to accurately segment your customers and better gauge where they are in their lifecycle with your company.