HubSpot offers a full stack of software that includes a CRM, a Marketing Hub, a Sales Hub, a CMS hub, and a Service Hub. It is a fairly popular SaaS software—I guess you could call it a celebrity when you compare it with other SaaS products in the market. If you are in the software industry, you would have definitely heard of one of the variations of HubSpot.
A lot of competing and complementary businesses want to find customers of HubSpot, or verify whether their prospects use HubSpot. I have a very simple technique of finding HubSpot customers. If you know of HubSpot, you might know that they have something called Hubspot forms. All products and plans use forms to gather important information about your visitors and contacts.
To find HubSpot customers, all you need to do is find whether they are using these forms, and presto! You have a way of verifying whether someone uses HubSpot or not.
Let me explain how you can find HubSpot customers in three simple steps:
Go to the website of the lead you are prospecting.
Right-click on the page, then click on “Inspect”.
Look for this URL through the power of the Find function (ctrl+F on Windows or cmd + F on Mac): “js.hsforms.net”
And there you have it!
If this URL shows up on your prospects page, then that means that they use HubSpot forms for their pages, and that they are most likely a current (or past) customer of HubSpot.
This seems pretty simple, right? What if you have to perform the same exercise for more than a 100 leads just thrown in your lap to research. Doesn’t seem that easy anymore, does it?
An even simpler way?
Another way to find customers of HubSpot and other important technologies is just by using a Sales intelligence or a technographic information platform like Slintel. Let me show you how:
Instead of the above exercise, you can simply search for your prospect’s name on Slintel’s search bar.
This will take you to the prospect’s dedicated company page on Slintel. Let’s say you want to look for “Startek”.
The company page for the prospect will show you their technology stack by category, and which application they use for which team. It is as simple as that! No login, no sign up required.
Step #4 Furthermore, just by a quick search on the website, you can find out that Slintel tracks 57,000+ customers of HubSpot, their market share, how many companies have dropped or adopted HubSpot tech. It’s really that easy!
Getting these insights manually can be really difficult, but you can do this much more efficiently by using a sales intelligence platform. Slintel can provide you rich, deep insights about the technology stack, users, adoption and deletion rate of customers, and so much more.
Try It Out Yourself
Let us know in the comments if the above technique helped you to find companies that use HubSpot for free. Looking for customers of other technologies that are complementary or competing with your company? Check out the blog posts below:
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