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Make the internet your database.

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Invisible is for ambitious industry leaders. Here's how we can help.

Here's how we help.

You have questions, sources have answers. Invisible builds custom crawlers, scrapers, and scripts programmed to go out into the world and come back with your questions answered.

Importantly, Invisible isn't just good at bringing back raw data — we're good at merging that data with the worlds of data you inhabit, from competitive databases to customer reviews to internal records and meeting recordings. Which means we can triangulate between the world of what's known and the world of the internet to deliver the intelligence you need.

Highlights from the year:

Enriched 4K artist records in 2 weeks
Found and organized 15K keywords
Found 13,000 parking lots

For Example

These show a deep social analytics project we worked on, some competitive database building we do, as well as the sort of price scraping we do for product teams. These show Invisible's ability to merge quantitative heft with simple meaning-making judgments to produce superior output.
Scroll through the below to see "micro" use cases. And check out our case studies for more.

Enriched Social Graphs

Before
A lot of names with no clear relationships between them.
After
A social graph and executive bio, produced from quantitative and qualitative research.

Competitive Landscape

Before
Lack of intelligence on competitors business and products.
After
A research report that includes competitor's revenue and product details.

Scraped Data

Before
Poor price data by location.
After
Prices sourced by location.

Examples

These show a deep social analytics project we worked on, some competitive database building we do, as well as the sort of price scraping we do for product teams. These show Invisible's ability to merge quantitative heft with simple meaning-making judgments to produce superior output.

Scroll through the examples to the right 👉

Before:
A lot of names with no clear relationships between them.
After:
A social graph and executive bio, produced from quantitative and qualitative research.
Before:
Lack of intelligence on competitors business and products.
After:
A research report that includes competitor's revenue and product details.
Before:
Poor price data by location.
After:
Prices sourced by location.

Related Process & Tools

Google Analytics
Skrapp.io
Google (w/ Scripts)

Client Experience

Everybody should be using Invisible. They have sped up processes across my life and my company by multiples...my assistant Bucky is my favorite person.

Eva Sadej
CEO, Medbar

I trust Indiana Jones to keep my data organized so I can...make data-driven decisions about the communities and networks I'm creating... Frankly, it would be impossible otherwise.

Daisy Onubogu
Head of Network, Backed VC

You're almost like a verb in our company. Any time someone tells me no or it can't be done, I'm like we'll just put Invisible on it, I don't see the problem here...like why don't we 'Invisible it.' "

Brennan Pothetes
Product Innovation, Rhino

By letting Invisible take on repeated but nuanced tasks, we are able to focus our resources on actions that might drive a higher ROI.

Alex Immel
Admissions Manager, Pathrise

I've always wanted something as flexible as Mechanical Turk, but capable of more complex tasks. Invisible is a dream come true.

Hugo Liu
Chief Data Scientist, Artsy

Without Invisible, we wouldn’t be able to respond so quickly to new client demands.

Olivier Zimmer
Cofounder, Spate

Like having unlimited interns at your fingertips. Their accuracy and attention to detail is what makes them our choice for outsourced labor.

Darlene Byrne
Director of Marketing, Powur
Before:
A lot of names with no clear relationships between them.
After:
A social graph and executive bio, produced from quantitative and qualitative research.
Before:
Lack of intelligence on competitors business and products.
After:
A research report that includes competitor's revenue and product details.
Before:
Poor price data by location.
After:
Prices sourced by location.
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