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Smashmouth Review - LeadLander - Who's Really Visiting Your Site?

Smashmouth Marketing

I had heard about LeadLander from a competitor (surprisingly, not all competitors are enemies.that's another blog post). Installed LeadLander on both our company website, www.green-leads.com, and on the Smashmouth Marketing blog. Reviewed the LeadLander Reports: Site traffic was up 45% for the day. We checked the companies out with the LeadLander Jigsaw link, and were able to identify 2-3 marketing contacts per company.

Smashmouth Review - LeadLander - Who's Really Visiting Your Site?

Smashmouth Marketing

I had heard about LeadLander from a competitor (surprisingly, not all competitors are enemies.that's another blog post). Installed LeadLander on both our company website, www.green-leads.com, and on the Smashmouth Marketing blog. Reviewed the LeadLander Reports: Site traffic was up 45% for the day. We checked the companies out with the LeadLander Jigsaw link, and were able to identify 2-3 marketing contacts per company.

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A Primer on Website Visitor ID and Smart Form Technology for Lead Generation

NuSpark

But again, this information is tied to a company visit; not a user visit. Here are some screen shots of the kinds of information you can track from various platforms: This is VisitorTrack , a program developed by netFactor Corporation.

Web Leads - Pounce, Pause, Nurture or Wait?

Smashmouth Marketing

A few weeks ago I published a product review of LeadLander. So the results of my informal survey were confirming our gut. Tags: nurturing leadlander demand marketing sales2.0 Since then we've had a great experience using it. For what it touts itself to be, it does a great job.

DemandBase Adds Real-Time Access to Web Visitor Identities

Customer Experience Matrix

Last week they announced their next leap forward, an API to return detailed company information quickly enough to use it to tailor visitor treatments. In particular, there are no prebuilt connectors for specific application systems (Web site engines, CRM systems or analytics tools), so clients are on their own when it comes to integrating the information they receive. Tags: geotargeting marketing automation leadlander lead management IP address lookup demand generation

Web Leads - Pounce, Pause, Nurture or Wait?

Smashmouth Marketing

A few weeks ago I published a product review of LeadLander. So the results of my informal survey were confirming our gut. Since then we've had a great experience using it. For what it touts itself to be, it does a great job.

Smashmouth Review - Genius.com Accelerates The Close Part 1

Smashmouth Marketing

The typical decision maker is bombarded with marketing contacts each day, yet they are still finding information on their own, they are educating themselves on industry sites, blogs, twitter and your website and emails.

Genius.com Accelerates The Close Part 1 - Smashmouth Product Review

Smashmouth Marketing

The typical decision maker is bombarded with marketing contacts each day, yet they are still finding information on their own, they are educating themselves on industry sites, blogs, twitter and your website and emails.

Genius.com Accelerates The Close Part 1 - Smashmouth Review

Smashmouth Marketing

The typical decision maker is bombarded with marketing contacts each day, yet they are still finding information on their own, they are educating themselves on industry sites, blogs, twitter and your website and emails.

Turning Web Site Visitors into Paying Customers

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It digs up information on Web visitors in real time, helping salespeople follow up on a visit with a cold call and a pitch. Detailed information is vital for spotting potential customers.

Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market

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Home Forrester Research « I was recently briefed by | Main | Going Corporate » August 26, 2008 Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market [Posted by Laura Ramos ] In a recent survey of over 2100 IT professionals who buy or recommend telecom and networking solutions, we found buyers turn to peers and colleagues first, followed by vendor, industry trade, or professional Web sites, to inform their purchase decisions. I have checked out Hubspot and LeadLander.