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Jan 28 Posted 1 year ago
David, thank you for the tips. If we manage to bring in more people with these techniques it would definitely be positive for our sales team. However, our customers are more B2B oriented and we need to find out more about the visitors so that we can reach out to them after their visit.
We tried newsletters and other methods, but we're still losing a lot of potential prospects based on the visitor figures in Google Analytics. We also tried LeadLander, but it's pretty expensive. We recently heard of a new tool called MeetLeads as a free alternative to LeadLander in order to show the actual companies and contacts, but we haven't tested it yet.
Could you please elaborate on this crucial subject based on your experience or knowledge on how to track your website visitors effectively so that you can generate some leads from them after they leave your site. Very much appreciated.
IT Director trying to help our sales and marketing teams
Jan 27 Posted 1 year ago
Yah, it's very true these link building technique are still working. Link building helps to get more visibility of your blog in search result and it also helps in getting indexed in search result easily. Thanks for sharing this great article.