The 10-Minute Solution
To 10X’ing Your Website Leads
Ten Times the amount of leads as other websites
Identifies up to 30% of your unique anonymous website visitors
Fully Compliant in the USA.
Did you know that over 95% of your website visitors are anonymous?
You won’t even know they visited your site, let alone submitted their information!
The average website opt-in rate (form submitted) is 1.95%, which means for every 100 visitors that come to your site, only 2 of them will submit their information.
Even on a highly optimized site you can see upwards of 5% opt in from pure organic traffic, (ex. non paid traffic like google search).
But, what if you could capture up to 30% of all those anonymous website visitors?
With LeadStalk you can capture up to 30% of your anonymous website visitors (name, email & address) WITHOUT the user having to fill out a form
How It Works
You simply add a unique code to your website that allows us to track anonymous visitors. Setup takes only a few minutes. Do it yourself, or have us install it for you!
What Information You’ll Get
As you can see, the system identifies website visitors daily, and suppresses visitors who you already have identified information, so your website won’t capture duplicate information
Once an anonymous visitor is identified, you will receive a notification via email & text with the identified contact information. Your data will also be sent directly to an excel spreadsheet with all data in individual fields, for easy upload into your skip tracing platform of choice.
Minute:Pages Anonymous Lead Uo 10-15x the leads as other website builders.
Best Use Cases:
Immediate Email Notification to identified lead.
Skip Trace Lead Information + Call The identified lead. Add lead via integration to CRM + Drip Sequence for follow up
Is This Really All Fully Compliant?
YES! This Service Maintains Strict Compliance With CCPA and CAN-SPAM and is 100% compliant with all applicable laws and regulations in the USA.
For form information, including both definitions of the laws and regulations and how they are relevant to Minute:Pages, click here.