Our WordPress plugin has now been updated to allow your existing WordPress form plugins to create contacts within Jumplead’s CRM and to be able to trigger Jumplead marketing automations, to allow you to nurture and receive notifications based upon your individual contact’s activity.
Great inbound marketing tells your story over time and over interactions, it builds your brand’s personality in thoughtful and engaging ways.
Easier said than done? Maybe, but if you start by developing a strong persona for your buyer it gets much easier to think beyond a basic ‘bait and trap’ gated content approach and instead develop empathy with your buyers and explore and resolve their problems in ways that build trust.
The forms on your website could make or break the conversion funnel you’re trying to setup for your business.
A lead generation form is the place on your website that is the last stop before a visitor converts into a prospect for your business.
You’ve planned out the perfect strategy to attract subscribers, leads and eventually customers for your business, but now it’s time to build trust with these individuals and establish a strong relationship with them from the start.
One of the biggest problems facing businesses today when they’re trying to drive sales for a new product or service is not having an audience interested in their offerings in the first place.
Most organizations recognize this mistake too late in the process or don’t know where to begin when it comes to identifying a potential customer base before they launch a product.
One of the things we get asked for most often are integrations to allow Jumplead to work with an existing marketing toolset, particularly for triggering automations within Jumplead and for sharing contacts.
To make this as easy and straight forward as possible we have developeed a Zapier integration.
Zapier provides a standard way to connect a wide range of business and marketing tools, offering a high degree of flexibility.
Why we built marketing automation into our web app.
Back in 2011 we built a web analytics tool based upon a conversation we had with one of our clients. "Hey, I've heard that you could identify visiting prospects based upon their IP address!" he said. "Sure, should be straight forward." we said. And built Jumplead to do just that.