HubShout SEM System Release Notes

Sales Lead Map

  • Adam Reply

    Hi All. Just a small reminder that we are launching the Sales Lead Mapping feature we presented last Thursday in the Webinar. Enjoy!

    09/16 at 06:03 PM (10210)
  • Chad Reply

    It looks great. I've already seen some interesting patterns for a few clients.

    09/16 at 06:04 PM (10211)
  • Matt Reply

    A number of resellers have asked if the code that is visible to the end client when they receive a email lead is going to remain visible.

    09/17 at 09:57 AM (10221)
  • Matt Reply

    In fact I just had another client ask this question


    For some reason, the sales lead form is now adding "GA Cookie Value" to the bottom of the leads. What do we need to do to remove that???

    09/17 at 10:01 AM (10222)
  • Chad Reply

    Explain that it is the information being used to automatically set the source.

    09/17 at 11:39 AM (10231)
  • Adam Reply

    Thanks for the feedback Matt (always welcome). I'll see if there is a way to put it into the task, but NOT the email... I suspect they are mostly talking about the alert email.

    09/17 at 11:43 AM (10232)
  • Adam Reply

    With all the talk about NOT PROVIDED going to 100% - folks should remember this new SALES LEAD TRACKING feature. It is a great way to help customers stay focused on the real goal (new business) as their keyword-level data goes away.

    09/24 at 08:48 AM (10392)
  • Eric R Reply

    You guys did an awesome job with the mapping feature. Before I would look at the phone calls coming in for clients and just assume where they came from. The visual of phone + web leads helps the PPC team identify where leads are coming from (or where we thought calls were coming from but... not). Resellers should be utilizing this every time they touch base with a client. Great work guys!

    09/24 at 09:18 AM (10396)
  • Joe Reply

    In addition to being great eye candy for the end client, this also can be utilized on a local level. For instance, for a client who does direct mail. If they see a saturation of phone calls from one side of town vs. the other, perhaps it's time to send some mail pieces to that side of town.

    09/24 at 09:31 AM (10401)
  • Eric R Reply

    [quote]Joe said: In addition to being great eye candy for the end client, this also can be utilized on a local level. For instance, for a client who does direct mail. If they see a saturation of phone calls from one side of town vs. the other, perhaps it's time to send some mail pieces to that side of town.

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    Integration of online + offline marketing. I didn't even think of using it that way. You're able to find your target market easier. Great idea Joe!

    09/24 at 09:37 AM (10403)