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WEBINAR: Overview of Franchise Lead Generation

In this webinar, FranchiseHelp's Eli Robinson provides an overview of the four key components of online franchise lead generation. Each of these steps will be covered in more depth in subsequent webinars in the series.

So you wanna find new franchisees using the internet...

  • Acquiring Traffic: How to drive cost effective, high intent web traffic to your website

    • The top six strategies for acquiring traffic on the internet.
  • Turning Visitors into Leads: How to get visitors to your website to complete specific actions

    1. What action do you want your visitors to take? (hint: you probably want them to fill out a contact form)
    • Design your website to encourage them to take that action.
  • Turning Leads into Candidates: How to communicate with leads

    • The most (and least) important ways you should reach out to your leads.
    • However you get in touch, you should do it as soon as possible!
  • Turning Candidates into Franchisees: How to close the deal
2015 United States of Franchising

In the past 12 months, almost 3.7 million people have visited FranchiseHelp.com, the internet’s leading resource on becoming a franchisee. Given the sheer volume of Americans seeking information of franchising from us, we’re in a unique position to look at how this breaks down across the nation.

What’s the deal with this “Social, Local, Mobile” thing? And what should franchises do about it?

In 2014, the internet marketing community is all abuzz with the phrase “Social, Local, Mobile” There isn’t a week that goes by that you don’t hear someone espousing the merits of these three words. As with all buzzwords, there’s likely more glitz than substance, but let’s do our best to try and make sense of what’s going on here on three levels:

Don’t Click on My Ad! The Paradox of Free Branding

Text ads in LinkedIn appear in a few different places; at the top of the page or on the right rail. Even though they are far less likely to be clicked than sponsored posts, the payment and ad serving mechanism is the same for both ad types. You choose a bid per click and you pay that bid every time a user clicks on one of your ads. The frequency with which your ad is shown is based on the value of your bid relative to bids of other advertisers targeting the same audience.