building and capturing leads



verb - to gain control of or exert influence over, to cause (data) to be stored on a computer.

ISVirtual will work with you to make sure that:

  1. The visitors that come to your website are the hottest prospects
  2. Even if they don't buy there and then, they give you permission to market to them again

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We use these techniques to drive targeted, qualified prospects to your site:

  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Pay Per Click
  • Other Online Media Advertising
  • Content Marketing
  • Web 2.0 and Social Media Marketing
  • Viral Marketing
  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Mobile Marketing

But getting the right people to visit your website is only half of the picture.

98%+ of visitors to most websites leave without interacting, and never come back.

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Your customer will only buy when they're ready! 

By capturing your visitors' details in return for offering free information that is valuable to them, you can build a database of leads to market to repeatedly by email, direct mail or telephone. In this way, you dramatically increase the chance that, when the customer is ready to buy, they'll buy from you.

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We specialise in the following lead capture services:

  • Form design and implementation (for both new and existing websites)
  • Data collection automation
  • Email follow-up automation
  • List segmentation
  • Follow-up content creation

Some of the biggest online companies like Ebay and Amazon have, at their core, a policy of building a list of targeted customers. Use the same tactics to leverage your website traffic into more leads and ultimately more sales.

Contact ISVirtual now to see how we can quickly and effectively help you develop your business.

Want to know how much we charge? 

We only take on work that provides you with excellent value, because your online success is ours.

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