FeedbackFive and Feedback Genius are two of the more recognized names when it comes to Amazon Feedback Tools. And we at SellerLift have only been around for just a few months.

So why are we doing this comparison you ask?

For us, what better way for customers to see the advantages of our Amazon Feedback Tool, SellerLift, than doing a direct comparison with a more established tools.

And though some of you might say that this is self serving, we assure you that this is a completely objective comparison.

We believe that SellerLift is the more superior platform!

But in order to convince you that it really is, then we want YOU to be the judge of things.

FeedbackFive vs Feedback Genius vs SellerLift Comparison: “Pricing”

FeedbackFive has a monthly free version that allows you to send 50 emails per month.

And it’s “Enterprise plan”, starts at $59.00 and allows you to send 8000 emails per month.

Feedback Genius has a monthly free version that allows you to send 100 emails per month.

And it’s $250 “High Volume” plan allows you to send 60,000 emails per month.

SellerLift on the other hand does not offer a free monthly plan, but a 15 day free trial.

And our “High Volume” plan is priced at $149 which allows you to send 25,000 emails per month.

FeedbackFive vs Feedback Genius vs SellerLift: “Features”

FeedbackFive 

Monthly Emails – 50 for its “free” plan, and maximum of 1,000,000 emails for $899 per month.

Number of campaigns – 3 for its “Basic” plan and unlimited for its “Enterprise” plan.

Number of ASINs – 2 for its “Basic” plan and 10 for its “Enterprise” plan.

Number of users – 1 for its free version, and unlimited across all paid plans.

Number of stores – 1 for its “Basic” plan and 5 for its “Enterprise” plan.

Feedback Genius

Monthly Emails – 100 for its “Free” plan, and maximum of 60,000 emails for $250 per month.

Number of campaigns – 3 for its “Basic” plan and unlimited for its “Enterprise” plan.

Number of ASINs – 2 for its “Basic” plan and 10 for its “Enterprise” plan.

Number of users – 1 for its “Free” version, and unlimited across all paid plans.

Number of stores – 1 for its “Basic” plan and 5 for its “Enterprise” plan.

SellerLift

Monthly Emails – 2,000 to 25,000 emails depending on package.

Number of campaigns – 10 for its “Start-up” plan and unlimited for all other packages.

Number of ASINs – 5 for its “Start-up” plan and 150 for its “High Volume” plan.

Number of users – 2 for its “Start-up” plan and unlimited for its “Enterprise” and “High Volume” plan.

Number of stores – 2 for its “Start-up” plan and unlimited for all other packages.

FeedbackFive vs Feedback Genius vs SellerLift: The Conclusion

Pricing

On paper, FeedbackFive seems to have an advantage over SellerLift.

It has the free monthly plan that we decided to do away with. It’s premium plan can send 1,000,000 emails, while our limit is at 25,000. And like SellerLift, they also offer 15 day free trials for all their packages.

As for Feedback Genius, they also seem to have an advantage over SellerLift at first glance.

They also have a free monthly plan, their basic paid plan is almost $20 lower than ours, and their premium plan allows you to send 60,000 emails per month.

So does that mean that both platforms are better priced than us?

We’ll, not really.

And here’s why….

Features

FeedbackFive vs SellerLift: FeedbackFive may have the better looking price range on paper, but SellerLift is absolutely miles ahead in terms of features.

Feedback Genius vs SellerLift: Feedback Genius may have a much lower price point than SellerLift, but their biggest limitation is that you need to add another $10 per additional Amazon marketplace.

Let’s compare the basic paid plans for all three platforms first.

Sellerlift “Start-Up” Plan – $39.00 per month – 2,000 emails
FeedbackFive “Basic” Plan – $9.99 per month – 250 emails
Feedback Genius “Start Up” Plan – $20.00 per month – 1,000 emails

Now at first look, Sellerlift looks more expensive, right?

But if you compare the 2,000 emails that SellerLift provides for its “Start-Up” plan, to that of the 250 that FeedbackFive offers, you need to pay a total of $79.92 just to send 2,000 emails.

That is an additional of $40.92 that you need to pay to FeedbackFive just to send 2000 emails, double of what SellerLift is offering.

As for Feedback Genius, SellerLift is clearly the better option based on features.

Not only are we lower in cost by a dollar if you want to send 2,000 emails, but all our paid plans are not limited to a “single” Amazon marketplace compared to Feedback Genius.

This means that if you use Feedback Genius to target, let’s say two (2) other Amazon marketplaces, you need to add another $20 to the plan that you’re using.

SellerLift offers better features!

ASINs – 5 Parent ASINs for SellerLift compared to just 2 from FeedbackFive.

Campaigns – 10 for Sellerlift compared to just 3 from FeedbackFive.

Stores – 2 for Sellerlift compared to just 1 from FeedbackFive.

Not only that, SellerLift offers additional features that FeedbackFive and Feedback Genius don’t!

  • Free Set-up
  • Free Email Support
  • Free Preloaded Email templates
  • Negative Feedback Alerts
  • Review Tracking/Alerts

All of that with our “Start-Up” package alone!

Just $39.00 per month, or for FREE, if you sign-up for our 15 Day Trial.

So, yes. On paper, SellerLift may look like the more expensive tool.

But when you break down things, it becomes clear that we actually are the more affordable option, and the one that has better features.

So, who wins the FeedbackFive vs Feedback Genius vs SellerLift comparison?

We’ll, it would be self serving if we say SellerLift won, right?

So why don’t you sign-up for a FREE 15 Day Trial NOW and be the judge of things!

Johann is a Psychology major turned online writer and branding/marketing consultant since 2008. He now happily calls SellerLift home, and is the person behind their blog content.

In his spare time, and to remind himself that there is more to life than his computer monitor, he throws himself down steep country roads on his longboard, takes black and white photos, and produces lounge music for an independent music label.