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The result? More sales. Less late nights.

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Keap combines CRM, marketing and sales automation, and payments in one platform.

The result? More sales. Less late nights.

Business Sales and Marketing Automation Built to Help You Grow

Business Sales and Marketing Automation Built to Help You Grow

Business Sales and Marketing Automation Built to Help You Grow

 

CALL US Today!

(615) 866-0736

Keap combines CRM, marketing and sales automation, and payments in one platform.

The result? More sales. Less late nights.

CRM automation is a process that automates the repetitive tasks associated with sales, marketing, and customer service. As any CRM user might already know, a robust customer relationship management system helps with contact organization and marketing personalization. However, the best CRM systems have integrated automation capabilities that leverage your captured data, grow sales, and save time.

 

Automations don’t need to be anything more than simple processes you build that automate repeat tasks and optimize your manual lead follow-up. A 2020 Keap Customer Survey found that Keap automations saved customers an average of 10 hours a week—a pretty nice trade-off for a few minutes spent setting it up.

 

Together, CRM and automation create sustainable growth and greater customer satisfaction while freeing up time to make the big decisions that will take your business to the next level. Best of all, it’s all straightforward and quick to build.

 

Examples of the type of business automation which really help you grow and nurture your business are:

 

1. Tagging and Segmenting

Did you know? Marketing personalization is now a customer expectation, with two-thirds of customers expecting companies to understand what they need and want. Luckily, a simple CRM automation solution can ensure customer correspondence is personalized, even when done by the smallest businesses.

 

As new contacts enter your CRM, set automations to tag them with whatever criteria you choose, such as “newsletter subscriber”, “interested in consulting”, or “expo lead”. Tagging allows you to easily search and segment your contact list. Now you’re set to create relevant, targeted, and personalized sales and marketing campaigns.

 

Automation example:

 

 

A good CRM will allow you to make tags based on demographic data, time zone, household income, favorite products, and anything else you can think of.

 

2. Follow-up Messaging

Here’s a CRM automation example to increase your customer response time. When someone contacts you through a form, you can follow up automatically with an email or text. You can also send over an appointment scheduling link that syncs to your calendar so you can set up appointments with new leads even while you sleep. Your customers can see your availability and choose the meeting time that works best for them.

 

Automation example:

 

 

3. Appointment Reminders

Even after automating the appointment scheduling process, there is still more that you can automate through your CRM. A CRM with integrated scheduling and text messaging like Keap allows you to send automated appointment reminders. By having it all in one place, your CRM instantly updates contact information, calendars, and communication history.

 

Automation example:

 

 

Choose a platform that lets you send travel directions, agenda details, rescheduling links and more. This allows you to stay top of mind with your leads and improve their experience with your business.

 

4. Merge Fields and Personalization

Using merge fields in concert with a CRM lets you create templates and automations that make procedural messaging feel hand-typed to customers. Less work, better content, and greater sales. It’s another WIN-WIN-WIN for the tag team of CRM and automation.

 

This allows you to use CRM data on your clients for a more tailored experience.

 

Automation example:

 


Here’s what the email template looks like in action:

 

Hi [[contact.first_name]],

Thank you for reaching out! I'd like to learn more about [[contact.company.name]] and your needs. Feel free to schedule a 30-minute chat using the link below during a time that works best for you.

 

[Link] Schedule 30 minute call.

 

Thank you,

 

{{user.first_name}}

 

{{user.email}}

 

5. Review and Referral Requests

Online reviews have an immense power to influence potential buyers, with 92% of people saying they are more likely to buy after reading a positive review. However, asking for reviews can be a timely process that’s better left to CRM automation.

 

Send an automated email asking customers to share their experience with your product or service. Here’s a CRM automation example from Keap. As a rule of thumb, ensure you give customers enough time to enjoy your product before you reach out to them.

 

Automation example:

 

 

People often intend to leave a good review, but life gets in the way. A kind reminder is a great way to boost reviews and referrals, which boosts recurring sales.

 

 

Jan Ferguson, CCHt, MNLP

Business Optimization Specialist
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Certified NLP Master Practitioner
Certified NLP Trainer

Copyright © 2020-2022, by WebComm Solutions, Inc. - All RIghts Reserved

(615) 866-0736

CRM automation is a process that automates the repetitive tasks associated with sales, marketing, and customer service. As any CRM user might already know, a robust customer relationship management system helps with contact organization and marketing personalization. However, the best CRM systems have integrated automation capabilities that leverage your captured data, grow sales, and save time.

 

Automations don’t need to be anything more than simple processes you build that automate repeat tasks and optimize your manual lead follow-up. A 2020 Keap Customer Survey found that Keap automations saved customers an average of 10 hours a week—a pretty nice trade-off for a few minutes spent setting it up.

 

Together, CRM and automation create sustainable growth and greater customer satisfaction while freeing up time to make the big decisions that will take your business to the next level. Best of all, it’s all straightforward and quick to build.

 

Examples of the type of business automation which really help you grow and nurture your business are:

 

1. Tagging and Segmenting

Did you know? Marketing personalization is now a customer expectation, with two-thirds of customers expecting companies to understand what they need and want. Luckily, a simple CRM automation solution can ensure customer correspondence is personalized, even when done by the smallest businesses.

 

As new contacts enter your CRM, set automations to tag them with whatever criteria you choose, such as “newsletter subscriber”, “interested in consulting”, or “expo lead”. Tagging allows you to easily search and segment your contact list. Now you’re set to create relevant, targeted, and personalized sales and marketing campaigns.

 

Automation example:

 

 

A good CRM will allow you to make tags based on demographic data, time zone, household income, favorite products, and anything else you can think of.

 

2. Follow-up Messaging

Here’s a CRM automation example to increase your customer response time. When someone contacts you through a form, you can follow up automatically with an email or text. You can also send over an appointment scheduling link that syncs to your calendar so you can set up appointments with new leads even while you sleep. Your customers can see your availability and choose the meeting time that works best for them.

 

Automation example:

 

 

3. Appointment Reminders

Even after automating the appointment scheduling process, there is still more that you can automate through your CRM. A CRM with integrated scheduling and text messaging like Keap allows you to send automated appointment reminders. By having it all in one place, your CRM instantly updates contact information, calendars, and communication history.

 

Automation example:

 

 

Choose a platform that lets you send travel directions, agenda details, rescheduling links and more. This allows you to stay top of mind with your leads and improve their experience with your business.

 

4. Merge Fields and Personalization

Using merge fields in concert with a CRM lets you create templates and automations that make procedural messaging feel hand-typed to customers. Less work, better content, and greater sales. It’s another WIN-WIN-WIN for the tag team of CRM and automation.

 

This allows you to use CRM data on your clients for a more tailored experience.

 

Automation example:

 


Here’s what the email template looks like in action:

 

Hi [[contact.first_name]],

Thank you for reaching out! I'd like to learn more about [[contact.company.name]] and your needs. Feel free to schedule a 30-minute chat using the link below during a time that works best for you.

 

[Link] Schedule 30 minute call.

 

Thank you,

 

{{user.first_name}}

 

{{user.email}}

 

5. Review and Referral Requests

Online reviews have an immense power to influence potential buyers, with 92% of people saying they are more likely to buy after reading a positive review. However, asking for reviews can be a timely process that’s better left to CRM automation.

 

Send an automated email asking customers to share their experience with your product or service. Here’s a CRM automation example from Keap. As a rule of thumb, ensure you give customers enough time to enjoy your product before you reach out to them.

 

Automation example:

 

 

People often intend to leave a good review, but life gets in the way. A kind reminder is a great way to boost reviews and referrals, which boosts recurring sales.

 

CRM automation is a process that automates the repetitive tasks associated with sales, marketing, and customer service.

Jan Ferguson, CCHt, MNLP

Business Optimization Specialist
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Certified NLP Master Practitioner
Certified NLP Trainer

 

Copyright © 2020-2022, by WebComm Solutions, Inc. - All RIghts Reserved

(615) 866-0736

Jan Ferguson, CCHt, MNLP

Business Optimization Specialist
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Certified NLP Master Practitioner
Certified NLP Trainer

(615) 866-0736

Copyright © 2020-2022, by WebComm Solutions, Inc.

CRM automation is a process that automates the repetitive tasks associated with sales, marketing, and customer service. As any CRM user might already know, a robust customer relationship management system helps with contact organization and marketing personalization. However, the best CRM systems have integrated automation capabilities that leverage your captured data, grow sales, and save time.

 

Automations don’t need to be anything more than simple processes you build that automate repeat tasks and optimize your manual lead follow-up. A 2020 Keap Customer Survey found that Keap automations saved customers an average of 10 hours a week—a pretty nice trade-off for a few minutes spent setting it up.

 

Together, CRM and automation create sustainable growth and greater customer satisfaction while freeing up time to make the big decisions that will take your business to the next level. Best of all, it’s all straightforward and quick to build.

 

Examples of the type of business automation which really help you grow and nurture your business are:

 

1. Tagging and Segmenting

Did you know? Marketing personalization is now a customer expectation, with two-thirds of customers expecting companies to understand what they need and want. Luckily, a simple CRM automation solution can ensure customer correspondence is personalized, even when done by the smallest businesses.

 

As new contacts enter your CRM, set automations to tag them with whatever criteria you choose, such as “newsletter subscriber”, “interested in consulting”, or “expo lead”. Tagging allows you to easily search and segment your contact list. Now you’re set to create relevant, targeted, and personalized sales and marketing campaigns.

 

Automation example:

 

 

A good CRM will allow you to make tags based on demographic data, time zone, household income, favorite products, and anything else you can think of.

 

2. Follow-up Messaging

Here’s a CRM automation example to increase your customer response time. When someone contacts you through a form, you can follow up automatically with an email or text. You can also send over an appointment scheduling link that syncs to your calendar so you can set up appointments with new leads even while you sleep. Your customers can see your availability and choose the meeting time that works best for them.

 

Automation example:

 

 

3. Appointment Reminders

Even after automating the appointment scheduling process, there is still more that you can automate through your CRM. A CRM with integrated scheduling and text messaging like Keap allows you to send automated appointment reminders. By having it all in one place, your CRM instantly updates contact information, calendars, and communication history.

 

Automation example:

 

 

Choose a platform that lets you send travel directions, agenda details, rescheduling links and more. This allows you to stay top of mind with your leads and improve their experience with your business.

 

4. Merge Fields and Personalization

Using merge fields in concert with a CRM lets you create templates and automations that make procedural messaging feel hand-typed to customers. Less work, better content, and greater sales. It’s another WIN-WIN-WIN for the tag team of CRM and automation.

 

This allows you to use CRM data on your clients for a more tailored experience.

 

Automation example:

 


Here’s what the email template looks like in action:

 

Hi [[contact.first_name]],

Thank you for reaching out! I'd like to learn more about [[contact.company.name]] and your needs. Feel free to schedule a 30-minute chat using the link below during a time that works best for you.

 

[Link] Schedule 30 minute call.

 

Thank you,

 

{{user.first_name}}

 

{{user.email}}

 

5. Review and Referral Requests

Online reviews have an immense power to influence potential buyers, with 92% of people saying they are more likely to buy after reading a positive review. However, asking for reviews can be a timely process that’s better left to CRM automation.

 

Send an automated email asking customers to share their experience with your product or service. Here’s a CRM automation example from Keap. As a rule of thumb, ensure you give customers enough time to enjoy your product before you reach out to them.

 

Automation example:

 

 

People often intend to leave a good review, but life gets in the way. A kind reminder is a great way to boost reviews and referrals, which boosts recurring sales.

 

 

Call Us Today: (615) 866-0736
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.  (Central Time)