Design, as we explained earlier, plays a major role in making a great website. A design which is simply visually appealing, however, doesn’t necessarily guarantee a good rank in a search engine. The internet is peppered with beautiful websites which do poorly on search engines. Websites need to adhere to certain guidelines to ensure great optimization for search engines.
Ever since we launched BUMP, our Basecamp User Migration Program, organizations by the hundreds have been migrating to Zoho Projects. Why are they doing that? With Basecamp, you only get the basics covered like sharing files, assigning tasks and checking due dates. Zoho Projects is an advanced project management system with milestones, Gantt charts, dependencies, sub tasks, document management, advanced reporting, issue tracking and a lot more.
And you don’t pitch camp, when the doors of a palace are open before you!
Stay in the loop of what’s going on in your business through Feeds, the real-time social collaboration tool for Zoho CRM. We’ve taken the difficulty out of trying to stay on top of big deals and seamlessly organized them into one feed in your CRM.
Now, instead of having to go through individual records for each member of your sales team, you can automatically follow big deals that are entered into Zoho CRM. You can set up auto-follow rules so you get notified of big deals and other important activities in your feed. There’s no need to hit a sync button or refresh the page since your feed is updated automatically.
Like any passionate marketer, you rely on Google AdWords for online marketing campaigns and a CRM to track your website’s leads. But at the end of the day, it can be hard to know if your campaigns are really worth the time and money. Sure, your AdWords campaigns may be increasing your website traffic, but how many of those clicks convert to potential customers? And when you win and record an offline deal in your CRM, do you know if that deal was initiated by one of your online ad campaigns?
Put an end to this guessing game and get the answers you need with Zoho CRM for Google AdWords: you can now measure how each online click contributes to offline sales.
Ready to bridge the gap between your online ad campaigns and lead generation process? Here are five ways to use Zoho CRM for Google AdWords:
From Click to Leads – Understand Your AdWords Costs
You can now ask John Wanamaker to eat his words: “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.” With Zoho CRM for Google AdWords, you can follow the complete sales cycle from “click to lead” and finally measure the ROI on your AdWords spending. Find out exactly which campaigns and keywords are generating the most revenue for you, so you can spend more on keywords that generate the most business and stop using keywords that simply don’t work.
This is a guest post by Sam Aparicio, CEO of Ringio.
We’re excited because we’ve seen first-hand how useful it can be for a sales team to have an integrated technology platform. If Zoho CRM is your sales team’s cornerstone and you do inside sales, you’re going to want to add Ringio to the mix.
Our mission is to help sales teams amplify their sales conversions. We do it by providing sales reps with tools that help them communicate more frequently with prospects, and by eliminating the drudgery of manually entering call information. When you empower your reps, they are free to sell more.
Ringio is becoming the telephony app of choice for many fast growing companies that are looking to quickly identify the winning sales recipe, and to disseminate what high performing reps do across their sales team. Ringio plays a critical role in helping sales managers find sales process acceleration, by making it easy to find call recordings in Zoho CRM, and by putting at their fingertips call productivity metrics.
So what does it do?
Since the early part of the decade, we have witnessed a drastic shift in the way businesses function. Products and services that were once sold for a one-time flat fee are now being sold on a subscription basis with a recurring fee. Increasingly, businesses in all sorts of industries are transforming themselves to fit the subscription model.
While the subscription model certainly proves to be an efficient model for businesses because of its lower customer acquisition costs and predictable revenue streams, running multiple subscriptions, managing payment failures, handling changes in billing can still be a challenge. Businesses now need to look at a new set of metrics – monthly recurring revenue (MRR), average revenue per user (ARPU), activation rate, cancellation rate, and churn rate – to measure growth and to plan the future. Read more
From charting out flight plans to building a whole new website, everything is now available at your fingertips. Businesses, small or big, are going mobile-first to keep their employees productive and customers happy.
With increasing number of customers opting to go mobile, Zoho has been developing a number of native mobile apps to help the customers work seamlessly without being chained to the office desk .
The mobile version of Zoho Docs was launched to help users manage their files and folders on the go. Today, I am excited to announce the Zoho Docs for Android, geared towards making your mobile experience more enjoyable. With the option to edit documents on the go, Zoho Docs Version 2.5 for Android, is designed to take document management to the next level.
Sharing Becomes Easier:
Now you can share documents to and from any installed application in your phone instantly. With just a few clicks you can select the file you want to share and choose from the list of installed apps in your phone and share right away. Read more