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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
Franchising, Interrupted: Our 2020 Year In Review

As we close out perhaps the most bizarre calendar year in recent history, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on the past twelve months, and also think about our year ahead.

An Online Lesson From Offline Marketing

I’d say that we have a bit of an odd curiosity with offline marketing here at FranchiseHelp. In one way, we’re completely obsessed with marketing in general. On the other hand, we really don’t know much about how the majority of marketing dollars are spent in the world.

“Franchising” May Be More Dead Than I Thought

Since then, I’ve received lots of positive and negative feedback on that article. Some people seem to think that I undersold my point, while others pointed to the fact that overall interest may be waning but interest amongst the most important groups was increasing.