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Posts tagged with "lead-gen-step-2"
WEBINAR: Things to Consider When Designing Your Franchise's Website
In this webinar, FranchiseHelp's Eli Robinson discusses how you should think about what your franchise's website should look like. This is how we achieve Step Two of online franchise lead generation: Turning Visitors into Leads.
How Franchise Conferences Work Like Online Lead Generation
As you know, we are pretty big advocates here about the four step lead generation process.
How to Think About Your Phone’s Keyboard for Mobile Forms
When we speak about conversion rate on our webpages, we usually speak about the little things. Some of those can be found here:
Browser Evolution 2014-2016: A Silent Killer
Over the course of the last few months, we’ve started to pick up our coverage of website design and actually capturing contact information from people visiting your site. You can check out the two most recent articles here:
Going Mobile. (It’s Time for You to Redesign Your Franchise’s Website.)
The Who may have been quite prescient for 1971 when they penned this decade's theme for online franchise lead generation:
A Conversation About Franchise Landing Pages With FranchiseHelp's Experts
Back to your question about “success,” that will have a different answer for every web page. Success is ultimately whatever action you want a visitor to take. It can range from providing contact information to placing an order to reading an article.
The Only Article I’ll Ever Write About Monthly Unique Visitors
Only 16 months ago (August 2014), we were sitting at 139,463. That’s an over 250% increase in traffic to FranchiseHelp in less than a year and a half!
“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.