Lead Generation Resource Center
People are desperate to find information about opening one of your franchises online. It's time to successfully turn them into franchisees.
You're tired of "portals" being black boxes, and so are we. Welcome to the recipe book, FranchiseHelp's "secret sauce." Learn everything there is to know about how online lead generation is successfully done for your franchise.
Gmail Killed Our Email Strategy
Last fall Gmail completely destroyed our email strategy. We spent the next 4 months testing and brainstorming our way out of it till now it's stronger than it ever was.
How Are You Growing Your Franchise?
Every year franchises spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on franchise development marketing across different channels. We took a look at how effective some of those channels are.
Facebook Live – Your Franchise’s Own TV Channel?
I don’t know how many of you are watching the World Series, but if you are then you have seen some really weird Facebook advertisements. If you need a refresher:
New Study: Less Than Half of Franchises Call within 24 Hours
So when our FranFunnel team approached us and asked to run this study, we were ecstatic to finally put some numbers behind our qualitative work.
2016 United States of Franchising
In the past 12 months, over 5.4 million people have visited FranchiseHelp.com, the internet’s leading resource on becoming a franchisee. Given the sheer volume of Americans seeking information about franchising from us, we’re in a unique position to look at how this breaks down across the nation.
You’ve Probably Never Listened to a Podcast. But That’s About to Change.
Essentially a podcast is a recorded audio program available for download from the internet. It’s synonymous with what some of y’all may know as talk radio but it’s not broadcast. Rather it is released a single file that you can listen to from start to finish.
What Pokémon Go Means For Franchises
If you were able to transport back to July 5th, 2016, you would see a world that had long forgotten about Pokémon. The Japanese cartoon characters that dominated in the 90s and early 2000s had been long gone.
The Changing Realities of Phone Calls to Potential Franchisees
Before I dive into the details of the types of behavior we’ve been seeing recently here at FranchiseHelp, I want you to think about one question.