If only you had detailed information about all those potential customers who visit your site but don’t make a sale right then and there. What could you achieve with all that data?
How many leads do you think you would you be able to convert with a quick follow up call, email, or email sequence?
What difference do you think that would that make to your overall profits?
Thanks to a nifty little website tracking tool called Web Traffic Revealer you can easily have the answers to all those questions.
Do Follow Ups Matter?
Statistics show that the conversion rate for websites is only between 2 and 5 percent. That means there are 95% of your potential sales that aren’t being made!
By following up with emails and calls; according to the stats the magic number is somewhere between 7 and 10 before a sale, you can increase your conversion rate by a huge amount.
With 60% of customers turning down an offer 4 times before making a purchase you can see why persistence in following up your leads really pays off.
What Does Web Traffic Revealer Do?
Web traffic revealer does exactly what it says on the tin!
It reveals insights about visitors to your website including:
- Which social media channel or search engine such as Google, Bing, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Yahoo, or DuckDuckGo is generating the most visitors to your site.
- Company name, location and phone number.
- Website address.
- Names, positions and emails of key individuals within the company.
In short, Web Traffic Revealer shows you clearly which channels are most worth the investment of your time and resources and, most importantly, it provides you with everything you need to know to follow up and convert those leads.
How Does Web Traffic Revealer Work?
Web Traffic Revealer (powered by lead forensics data) looks up the DNS (Domain Name System) or wesbite address of the IP (Internet Protocol). The IP address is a numerical code that identifies web traffic. By reversing the process by which the DNS of website address
is turned into this numerical code the website and all data on that website can be easily identified.
Is Web Traffic Revealer GDPR Compliant?
In a word: yes.
Because it all comes down to another word: legitimacy.
You have a legitimate interest in retriving and using the data because they have shown a genuine and legitimate interest in what your business has to offer.
It is also because you are not infringing their rights or freedoms, not putting them in danger or harm in any way.
Don’t just take our word for it though, check through the GDPR compliance information paying particular attention to the parts about legitimate interest and individuals rights.
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