Person-Level Website Visitor Identification

Know exactly who is visiting your website, right down to the individual contact.

Reveal new leads and grow pipeline with accurate, person-level identification.

GDPR and CCPA Compliant


Bullseye maintains opt-in permissions for each website visitor we identify. We only process US web traffic, and as such, our practices adhere to the guidelines and provisions outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). European companies can still use Bullseye Identify, but we'll only process and show data on US visitors.

Please visit our FAQ section for more detailed information.

Providing super-powered insights to the world's best B2B teams

See Who is Visiting High Intent Pages

Your dashboard reveals who’s visiting pages across your website like pricing, demo requests, or case studies.

Filter based on your ICP, page view history, and firmographics to find your best fit leads.

Warm Outbound Like Never Before

Enable your reps to reach the right people, at the right time, with the right messages.

Get more replies, book more demos, and push deals across the finish line.

Intelligent Routing

Bespoke workflows for your team, no matter how complex

Integrate with your existing stack

Not seeing what you need? We'll build it for you - just ask.


Start with a free, no-commitment data validation test.


For smaller teams who want to see the individual prospects visiting their site


Contacts identified:

Up to 1,000

Pageview History

Export to CSV

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For sales teams who want to generate more pipeline and close more deals

Starting at   $750/month

Contacts identified:


Advanced Integrations

ICP Filtering

Intelligent Routing

White-Glove Onboarding

Dedicated Success Manager

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Frequently Asked Questions

What about GDPR and CCPA compliance?

Bullseye Identify is fully compliant with all US federal and state data laws including CCPA.

Through our network, we have opt-in permissions for everyone in our database.

It works only for US web traffic, and as such, adheres to the guidelines set forth in the GDPR.

European companies can still use Bullseye Identify, however we'll only show data on US visitors.

You may want to add language to your consent and privacy policy that expresses:
1. Use of cookies and similar technologies for marketing, sales and analytics purposes
2. Third-party technology vendors who also use cookies and similar technologies may associate your activities with personal information
3. You or your service providers may send communications based on this data
4. An opt out link routing to

If you have further questions about compliance, terms, and related subjects, please email

We're happy to further explain how we fit into state, federal, and global privacy regulations, or even put you in touch with our legal team for more complex questions.

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How is this different from tools like LeadFeeder, Clearbit, or Lead Forensics?

These tools will only show you the name of the company browsing your site, not the person. While it’s nice to know that someone from Amazon is visiting, it’s virtually impossible to act on that info.

Bullseye approaches the challenge differently on a technical level and shows you exactly who is visiting. 100% of the matches we surface are a specific person. No more useless account level data.

How do customers benefit from this data?

Sales and Marketing typically use the data a bit differently.

Sales uses visitor info for direct outreach, enabling reps to pursue warm leads with relevant outreach - for example, reaching out after someone has visited your pricing page vs. a case study  provides great context for outreach.

Marketing oftentimes uses the data to validate their marketing efforts. From performance marketing to content teams and ABM, it’s helpful to know if your work is attracting the right audience.