How LeadGen App grew sales by 30% and improved support with Leadbot

Reading time: 26.05.2021
How LeadGen App grew sales by 30% and improved support with Leadbot

This is a story of how Dashly Leadbot helped the SaaS company to reduce customer support requests and increase sales conversion within the first month of its implementation.

These were LeadGen App major results:

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About the client

When sales volume stays the same or gets worse, LeadGen App is on a mission to maximize the number of high-quality leads from a website. Providing a form-builder, they help SME businesses, digital agencies, and marketers create conversion-optimized forms that get more responses in lead generation campaigns. 

Type of business: B2B startup

Business model: SaaS

The challenge: Christopher, co-founder LeadGen App, has a team that carries out the tasks related to both sales & support. After some time of communication with people via email only, they came to the idea of human resources optimization. To focus on business growth, his team decided to automate part of common sales and support processes with a chatbot. 

So, they hired Dashly Leadbot to:

  • Get more sales from the existing traffic on their website and app,
  • Reduce the support team workload.

Look at how they reach these goals without scaling the team with Dashly Leadbot.

Proactive customer support via Leadbot

The task: Reduce the number of support queries.

When visiting a website, customers expect an immediate two-way conversation with a brand. Especially in terms of customer support. But when your resources are limited, instant replies turn into 30 min waiting. 

This is a common situation for B2B companies like Christoper’s one. 

Even though it is enough to cover all the customer requests they got from the email, website chat, and Facebook community, it isn’t enough for business growth. Christopher realized that time they spent answering common questions could be devoted to product hypotheses research and testing. 

Thus, in March 2021, LeadGen App hired a chatbot for support.

Having a chat on the site is a must-have for a SaaS business, even if you are in the early stage.

Christopher
LeadGen App co-founder

In addition to a chat, Christopher has launched Dashly Leadbot. And now everyone who enters the in-app “Help center” page is welcomed with a question:

When clients visit the help page in the app, they see a LeadGen Bot.
It provides answers to common questions about the product.

There are nine answer options aimed to cover all the use cases of the LeadGen App. Clicking any of them, you get a detailed answer leading you to the relevant page/video/article or a human agent.

The example of the LeadGen Bot flow answering the common question instantly.
So the human agent has time to focus on other tasks.

As a result, instead of waiting for customer service to email them back, more and more visitors are turning to Leadbot. Thus, visitors instantly have all the necessary information to start using the tool right after a conversation with the chatbot. 

After a month of Leadbot usage, 41% of people who visited “Help Center” interacted with the bot. This number is almost 2x bigger compared to 22% of visitors who interacted with a triggered chat message (human agent). 

There is no surprise. Because clicking answer buttons is way easier and faster than typing a message.

Thus, despite the growing number of people who needed help, the number of customers who asked for in-person consultations was the same. Thanks to Dashly Leadbot self-service, the LeadGen App team avoided a potential increase in customer support requests. 

When people find the answers to the majority of LeadGen App use cases in Leadbot, our team has time to focus on the growth.

Christopher
LeadGen App co-founder

This result inspired Christopher to launch the second chatbot for sales.

31% Sales growth with Leadbot

The task: Improve free-to-paid conversion rate 

First, in addition to manual sales activity, Christopher’s team used the combination of email nurturing campaigns and pop-ups. And this worked. But there were two functional disadvantages of these tools:

  • Email campaigns aren’t about instant conversion. This channel needs time to convince subscribers to buy. 
  • Trigger messages are one-way communication with visitors when the last ones want an immediate conversation. 

Thus, since April 2021, Chris replaced the triggered message with Leadbot. Now it answers the most common questions about plans on the pricing page of the website.

The start of the sales LeadGen Bot flow

When choosing any of them, for example, “How LeadGen App is different to other form tools,” you’ll get an exhaustive answer with a link that routes visitors right to the free account registration:

The answer to the “How LeadGen App is different from other form tools” question.

At the end of the message clients see a link leading them to the registration and LeadGen App Pro Tariff:  

The end of the  “How LeadGen App is different from other form tools,” LeadGen Bot branch 

When visitors look for a certain feature, Leadbot asks them to share email. Thus, Christopher can contact them later and tell them in detail about the chosen feature.

As a result, Christopher has registrations and qualified leads to follow up.

Leadbot lowers the hesitation before purchase because in its answers, visitors see the next steps for them.

Christopher
LeadGen App co-founder

 And it works! 

A month after a Leadbot implementation, the team noticed a 2X growth in the number of people who had a conversation with a bot compared to those who interacted with a triggered message from the chat.

The increasing number of people who interacted with the chatbot on the pricing page influenced sales and brought the company 31% sales transactions’ growth after the first month of Leadbot implementation.

Moreover, the Sales team started using the information from Leadbot to qualify the leads. They see the history of people’s behavior and reply to Leadbot. This is how the team can define if there is a chance to upgrade the user via follow-up messages.

As a result, Dashly Leadbot didn’t help to increase the free-to-paid conversion rate. But, by mentioning Pro Tariff in the conversation flow, Leadbot engaged people to register and buy it. Thus, Dashly Leadbot increased sales by +31% compared to the previous month.

Email campaigns integration

Looking ahead, the LeadGen App team has plans to support their fast-growing business across sales, support, and marketing by integrating an email campaigns system with Dashly. 

When I need to check the data from my email campaigns and Leadbot, I combine this info from the two different systems manually. I’d like to have all this data in one place with the opportunity to add tags and analyze it fast. Thus, in the nearest future, I’m going to integrate my campaigns with Dashly.

Christopher
LeadGen App co-founder
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