Compare AMZ.One, Quantcast Measure, and comScore

Pricing

 
Basic
$20
per month
Contact us for pricing
 
Standard
$40
per month
 
Advanced
$90
per month
 
Professional
$180
per month
 
Free Trial
Free Trial Unavailable
Free Trial Unavailable
AMZ.One
Basic
$20per month
Standard
$40per month
Advanced
$90per month
Professional
$180per month
Free Trial
Quantcast Measure
Contact us for pricing
Free Trial Unavailable
comScore
Free Trial Unavailable

Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
9.3
7.3
8.2
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
9.1
8.1
7.5
Ease of Setup
Ease of SetupNot enough data available
8.8
8.0
Ease of Admin
Ease of AdminNot enough data available
7.9
7.9
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
9.6
8.3
7.7
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business WithNot enough data available
8.8
8.0
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
8.7
6.2
7.9
Meets Requirements
AMZ.One
9.3
Quantcast Measure
7.3
comScore
8.2
Ease of Use
AMZ.One
9.1
Quantcast Measure
8.1
comScore
7.5
Ease of Setup
AMZ.One
Not enough data available
Quantcast Measure
8.8
comScore
8.0
Ease of Admin
AMZ.One
Not enough data available
Quantcast Measure
7.9
comScore
7.9
Quality of Support
AMZ.One
9.6
Quantcast Measure
8.3
comScore
7.7
Ease of Doing Business With
AMZ.One
Not enough data available
Quantcast Measure
8.8
comScore
8.0
Product Direction (% positive)
AMZ.One
8.7
Quantcast Measure
6.2
comScore
7.9

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
100.0%
32.6%
5.0%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
0%
45.7%
55.0%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
0%
21.7%
40.0%
AMZ.One
Small-Business
100.0%
Mid-Market
0%
Enterprise
0%
Quantcast Measure
Small-Business
32.6%
Mid-Market
45.7%
Enterprise
21.7%
comScore
Small-Business
5.0%
Mid-Market
55.0%
Enterprise
40.0%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Internet
21.4%
Marketing and Advertising
26.9%
Marketing and Advertising
68.2%
 
Cosmetics
21.4%
Computer Hardware
9.6%
Sports
4.5%
 
Public Safety
14.3%
Internet
7.7%
Publishing
4.5%
 
Telecommunications
7.1%
Information Technology and Services
5.8%
Public Relations and Communications
2.3%
 
Retail
7.1%
Financial Services
5.8%
Online Media
2.3%
 
Other
28.6%
Other
44.2%
Other
18.2%
AMZ.One
Internet
21.4%
Cosmetics
21.4%
Public Safety
14.3%
Telecommunications
7.1%
Retail
7.1%
Other
28.6%
Quantcast Measure
Marketing and Advertising
26.9%
Computer Hardware
9.6%
Internet
7.7%
Information Technology and Services
5.8%
Financial Services
5.8%
Other
44.2%
comScore
Marketing and Advertising
68.2%
Sports
4.5%
Publishing
4.5%
Public Relations and Communications
2.3%
Online Media
2.3%
Other
18.2%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
José Gonzalez c.
Administrator in Internet

AMZ.one is my favourite tool right now: it's very intuitive to use and the graphical user interface designers have done an excellent job of presenting all the data in a very accessible format. I use this tool every single day - it beats tracking things on...

Usman M.
Administrator in Consumer Electronics

Simple tracking code that can gather a variety of information about the users that visit your website.

G2 User in Marketing and Advertising

It's crucial for agencies to have access to comScore. It is an industry standard for measuring digital properties (e.g. unique visitors) across multiple media vehicles (e.g. desktop & mobile). It is also a great planning tool to determine best...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Carlo P.
User in Marketing and Advertising

All the current features are extremely useful, but if there is one thing i had to pick on is that the Best Seller Rank research feature only goes into categories rather than sub-niches. But this is a minor inconvenience.

Bruce S.
Agency in Internet

1. It's annoying that sometimes Quantcast, Alexa, and Compete data conflict with each other, and other times they're aligned. It's difficult to figure out if you can rely on any of them. Unless you get the very expensive level of access you are limited...

G2 User in Newspapers

Metrics are often incorrect and policies can be subjective (eg sbnation sports uniques include 10M uniques from Vice food related websites/audiences).

 
AMZ.One
Most Helpful Favorable Review
José Gonzalez c.
Administrator in Internet

AMZ.one is my favourite tool right now: it's very intuitive to use and the graphical user interface designers have done an excellent job of presenting all the data in a very accessible format. I use this tool every single day - it beats tracking things on...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Carlo P.
User in Marketing and Advertising

All the current features are extremely useful, but if there is one thing i had to pick on is that the Best Seller Rank research feature only goes into categories rather than sub-niches. But this is a minor inconvenience.

Quantcast Measure
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Usman M.
Administrator in Consumer Electronics

Simple tracking code that can gather a variety of information about the users that visit your website.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Bruce S.
Agency in Internet

1. It's annoying that sometimes Quantcast, Alexa, and Compete data conflict with each other, and other times they're aligned. It's difficult to figure out if you can rely on any of them. Unless you get the very expensive level of access you are limited...

comScore
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 User in Marketing and Advertising

It's crucial for agencies to have access to comScore. It is an industry standard for measuring digital properties (e.g. unique visitors) across multiple media vehicles (e.g. desktop & mobile). It is also a great planning tool to determine best...

Most Helpful Critical Review
G2 User in Newspapers

Metrics are often incorrect and policies can be subjective (eg sbnation sports uniques include 10M uniques from Vice food related websites/audiences).

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