When a person submits a form on your WordPress site, you want to know more about them. What pages they’ve visited, when they return, and what social networks they’re on. The WordPress marketing automation and lead tracking plugin, LeadIn, gives you the details you need to make your next move. Because business isn’t business unless it’s personal.
How LeadIn Works
Each time a visitor completes a form on your WordPress website, LeadIn will also send an email (to whatever you set in settings) that tells you what that visitor put in the form, but also how they got to the form, how many forms they’ve filled out, and the original source that sent them to your site (i.e. Google, or whatever).
How JDM Uses It
We’ve talked about Marketing Automation on a Shoestring Budget before, and LeadIn is the sort of thing we’re talking about. It’s a powerful (albeit early-stage) way for clients to turn visitors into leads, track them across all sorts of pages AND separate visits.
The plugin has about a million downloads right now, but it’s still young. The plugin’s authors have big plans for it for the future, but for now, it’s pretty basic. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with basic. There’s even less wrong with free.
Installing LeadIn is crazy-easy. Just login to WordPress, click on Plugins >> Add New. Search for “LeadIn” and click “Install Now“.
Then, you just activate the plugin and enter your email address in the plugin settings.
And, Bob’s your uncle. I told you it was easy.
Learn more about the plugin at leadin.com.