How to get the best out of Net Hub – Part 1 Leads
In the world of business, generating leads is one of the most critical aspects of achieving success. However, it is not enough to simply acquire leads; keeping track of them is equally essential. Tracking your leads can help you gain an insight into who the important members of your business network are. It also provides a means for you to measure what people and events give you the biggest return on investment, enabling you to make informed decisions about where to spend your time and money in the future.
If you aren’t currently tracking your leads, you should be. That is where Net Hub can help. The app allows you to record all incoming and outgoing lead data at the click of a button. Your very own personalised dashboard updates your total revenue in real-time giving you an overview of how much business you are generating from incoming leads. You can also mark your leads as won or lost ensuring you don’t let any opportunity slip by!
How to Track Your Leads with Net Hub
Lead Types can be one of the following:
– Potential Customer
– Strategic Partner
– Useful Introduction
All lead types have a value assignment option to ensure you keep track of all business relationship values.
When passing a lead, you can:
- Send a lead to a non-Net Hub contact
- Add lead contact details of Net Hub user
- Single page lead add with much less items to complete
If you need any help on how to use the app to transform the way you do business, check out our explainer videos here.
In today’s highly competitive business environment, it is more important than ever to prioritise lead tracking.
This information can help you recognise which members of your business network are adding the most value and contributing to your success.
Additionally, tracking leads can help you develop stronger relationships with your network and foster a sense of loyalty, leading to repeat business and positive word-of-mouth referrals. Overall, effective lead tracking is an invaluable tool for recognising the valuable members of your business network and developing strategies to maintain and grow those relationships.