Lead scoring – as a fundamental part of a company’s lead management strategy – has officially fallen out of fashion. I say this based, anecdotally, on the number of B2B marketers I talk to who either 1) don’t use lead scoring at all, or 2) have a lead scoring system… Read More
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Landing Page Optimization: Why Lower Conversion Rates Are Never a Good Thing
Over at Marketing Experiments, Daniel Burstein posted recently on how what he calls “friction” on landing pages can reduce or increase conversion rates by making it easier or more difficult for prospects to complete a form. Along the way, he introduces some useful best practices like making some form fields… Read More
Is “Please Have a Rep Contact Me” a Good Idea?
A client asks: “On every registration form, we give prospects the option to request contact from a sales rep. Is that even worthwhile when we’re going to call everyone anyway? If it is a good idea, what should the verbiage be? Currently the form reads: [Yes/No radio button] I would… Read More
Jellyvision: Lead Qualification That Talks Back
As the name suggests, Chicago-based Jellyvision got their start creating children’s films. The company then went on to create “You Don’t Know Jack,” one of the best-selling game franchises of all time (4.5 million copies and counting.) Nowadays, Jellyvision has turned its expertise to creating what it calls “interactive conversations”:… Read More