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Commercial Landscape Architect

It wasn’t until an angry client called to ask why, after multiple times reaching out, the company refused to respond, that the landscape architecture company realized something was wrong. After some investigating, the company found that their IP address had been blacklisted. Another website on their shared server was sending out spam, resulting in their IP being reported. Their website company was successful in getting the landscape architect’s website removed from the blacklists, but only two days later, their IP was blacklisted again, causing them to miss emails. They were able to recover some, but not all of the estimated 43 leads they had missed over the . . .



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Want to Automatically Qualify Your Website Leads? 43Leads Now Supports In-session Lead Qualification

The 43Leads platform was created with small businesses in mind, and was designed to specifically address the form submission types, website traffic profiles, and data retention requirements of small, nimble organizations. To that end, we’ve added a new set of functionality that provides automated lead qualification within our hosted contact forms and lead capture pages.

What’s Automated Lead Qualification?

Simply put, our lead qualification mechanisms can be added to any 43Leads hosted form and provide an automated way for a user’s information to be filtered out when appropriate. Based on the information provided by users, our system determines if they are a lead worth keeping or if they should be filtered out. Here’s how it works. Based on criteria you provide, the system determines if the user’s submitted information meets your minimum requirements and is a good fit for the services you provide. If it’s a good lead, we store the information and notify you . . . Read More »