Speaking about conversions, there is always room for improvement. Sometimes, we lose leads because of tech bugs like an unsent lead magnet or email sequence schedule mistakes. Another reason is the long reply time because of the heavy salespeople’s workload. Sometimes, it is a human factor, like missing a demo request or poor quality lead qualification during a sales call.
The 200 marketing and sales assessments conducted by the Dashly team prove that every company has these moments.
It is a common notion for growing companies that constantly experiment with new hypotheses, processes, tools, and goals. Because of an abundance of tasks or an excessive focus on individual hypotheses, we don’t notice when certain events, tools, communication within teams, or processes stop working.
This is when you must step back to see what’s up. For example, it can be an external audit from someone who’s been around the block in your industry. Usually, such an expert looks under your system’s hood, Customer Journey Map, and identifies the fastest areas of improving your conversions into leads, meeting requests, or actual sales.
That’s exactly what the Dashly team offers you for free 👇
Since 2018, we’ve worked with 1200 companies, conducted over 200 marketing audits, and helped optimize 600 funnels. Based on this experience, we help marketers, CMOs, and CSOs discover broken parts of the customer journey where they lose leads.
Here is what you’ll get after the Dashly audit:
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Intrigued? Here is an example of how everything goes 👇
Refocus is an online academy offering marketing courses in Indonesia and the Philippines.
Our goal was to help Refocus CMO find areas of conversion growth by highlighting funnel stages where his team potentially lost conversions. Thus, we passed the entire buyer journey on a website, tested each communication channel they offer, and provided results on a visual board.
Here are some of them:
The Refocus website has numerous contact forms inviting visitors to a conversation with a manager. We checked each of them:
When visitors share their contact data, they take the short qualification quiz. To get to the priority list, we answered questions as if we were the target leads. It was necessary to test the speed of their team’s reply time.
After the quiz, visitors instantly receive a confirmation email. But our goal was to get the call. And here is a moment to improve: the reply time was 18 hours. It is too slow for communication with hot leads. The reply time should be about 15 minutes.
The good thing is that a company manager sends potential clients the call resume on WhatsApp after a conversation. But, in addition, we see here the same qualification questions that were in the quiz.
To summarize, here are some of our recommendations:
The second funnel type was about free courses. There are several options to choose from on the website. After checking each of them, we discovered that some links don’t work.
As for the rest, the registration buttons lead visitors to the relevant landing pages with contact forms.
Thus, we left a request for a free course and instantly got an email confirmation. At the exact moment, we got an offer to continue communication on the Telegram messenger.
During a week, we received a sequence of auto messages with links to video lessons on YouTube. After each class in the messenger and each video on YouTube was an offer to pay for the entire course at a discount.
We checked this option: submitted a request and got instant email confirmation. But as for Telegram, we found a service bug — each of the follow-up messages was sent three times in a row.
To summarize, the main elements to fix in this funnel were:
These are common things happening in the processes of each marketing team.
The funnel has quite the same structure as the first one:
Unfortunately, the lead is lost. To fix this process, we provided the following recommendations:
Let’s schedule a 30-minute call and find out how to: