Do You Know When You Get a New Lead? This Tool Tells You Instantly

As a local business owner, you know that getting new calls, emails, and web forms means more opportunities to make a sale. But if a new lead were to contact your business right now, would you know the instant it happens? If your answer is “no” or “I’m not sure,” then you could be losing out on a new customer and a future sale.

But with ReachEdgeTM lead conversion software’s mobile app, you’ll be notified the moment you get a new contact so you can identify that consumer as a lead. And here’s how you can use the app to get more sales:

1. Respond Immediately to Every New Contact

Because the ReachEdge mobile app alerts you instantly when a person contacts your business via phone, email, or web form, you’ll be able to respond to them immediately. So whether you’re busy running your business, on the go, or at home, you’ll always be able to provide the quick follow-up that gets you more business.

2. Listen to Call Recordings & Classify Leads

If your new contact was a phone call, you can play back the call recording from the mobile app and learn more about which products and services the person is interested in. You can then classify them as a lead and follow up immediately. The app will then kick off lead nurturing emails and follow-up reminders that help you stay in front of your leads so they buy from you later on.

3. Review Lead List & Insights

The mobile app also provides a prioritized lead list that helps you follow up with your contacts and leads. And along the way, you’ll have access to in-app reports that provide an overview of your top lead sources and your rate of engagement so you can close more sales.

Why risk losing new leads and sales? Get the free guide now to get even more details about how the ReachEdge mobile app helps businesses like yours get more ROI from your marketing.

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Amy Neeley

Amy enjoys helping small- and medium-size businesses (SMBs) navigate the online marketing world with tips, trends, and best practices they can use. She has written for Fortune 100 companies, non-profits, and SMBs, and her articles have been featured on sites like Yahoo! Small Business Advisor, MarketingProfs.com, and other industry publications. Amy can often be found walking her dogs, Lola and Marlo, and keeping up with the news via Twitter.

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