November 3, 2015
PrivateCommunities.com is a lead source used by a number of SmartTouch Interactive clients. Each month, we received a Community Activity Report with a nugget of helpful information.
This month, PrivateCommunities.com wrote a piece about feeding your PrivateCommunities.com sales leads into real estate CRM software. (The full article is below the video).
Automating feeds from third party sources like PrivateCommunities.com saves your team a LOT of time. Even more importantly, if you automate the input of your lead sources into a CRM that lets you automate a follow-up email, then you increase your chance of connecting with a lead and your chance of ultimately converting the sale.
Here is a short video showing how this type of lead source feed works with SmartTouch, the lead nurturing CRM.
Below is the PrivateCommunities.com piece, republished with permission from PrivateCommunities.com
Are you feeding your PrivateCommunities.com sales leads into your CRM software?
If not, you should be. Our lead feed system automatically imports sales leads into a variety of CRM (customer relationship management) software, including SmartTouch, BrightDoor, Focus 3, Lasso, TopBuilder Solutions, Salesforce and more.
What is the benefit?
No-one in your office has to manually input sales lead data, your sales team will have instant access to lead information, and new leads can be added to your automated drip campaign, allowing your team to act faster. The longer you wait to connect with the individual inquiring about your community (aka sales lead), the probability of engaging with them decreases.
Research conducted by SmartTouch shows that contacting a lead within 10 minutes has a 98% probability of engaging in conversation. After 24 hours, there is less than a 50% probability and after 48 hours, it drops to 5%.
How does the lead feed work?
Once a sales lead is generated from a form submission on PrivateCommunities.com, the information provided by your prospect automatically imports into your CRM software. This includes contact info, user comments, Nielsen PRIZM demographic data and lead source. All you have to do is have your technical person set up the feed in your CRM software.
And, if you are considering a new CRM, here’s a list of CRMs popular in the master-planned community niche.
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