- Jul 27, 2012
Anyone had any joy with the BL Lead Gen widget that you can embed onto your website to generate a free report?
RE: Traffic - Ditto on traffic! Do use the BL widget and it has produced some quality leads (of which some have converted). You get 20 leads per month (I think) with about any paid plan. Haven't went over the limit on that yet but the widget is easy to configure and install.I would point out that your traffic is going to play a major role in this. Are you actively driving targeted traffic to your site so the widget can convert? I'm not saying that the widget is any good (haven't used it) but no lead gen tool will work if there isn't a good amount of targeted traffic.
I may be telling you something you already know but I thought I'd throw it out there just in case.
We were running some medrecs on GDN remarketing to people who had visited our website and also to those who are similar to previous visitors. Lots of clicks to the LP but no takers. I think the LP may be the issue... Business owners are still not so aware of Local SEO in the UK.What type of ads are you running?
Tim, I should have been more clear. My apologies. I meant that it worked in that the lead did come in, it showed up as expected in the BL dashboard and I got notified by email, and it had a copy of the business info that the person was interested in optimizing along with results of the report.When you say that, what do you mean? What was the outcome? Simply that they found and completed the form? Or that they actually became a paying client?
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