Whether your sales team is just starting out or it’s growing quickly, lead gathering is the lifeline that keeps the engine moving.
However, sales follow up can get hectic when trying to manage contacts in multiple apps.
By connecting your lead gathering tools to your existing sales systems, you can automatically have all your new contacts added to your existing sales process, making management easy. That’s where Zapier comes in.
Now you have more time to spend on closing the deal.
The next challenge is finding that effective lead gathering process that is both consistent and cost-effective. Attracting the right customers is the first step in closing a deal, but there is no point in spending money on advertising when it costs more to get a prospect than the amount you can make on your product or service.
That’s where StreetText comes in.
StreetText gives you the tools to implement effective Facebook Ads, both Form builders and websites that convert leads, and funnel automation to nurture leads through your sales pipeline.
And best of all, as of today, StreetText is live to everyone on Zapier. That means, by using StreetText, it’s easier than ever to plug your newly gathered leads directly into your existing sales systems, automatically.
Zapier makes it dead simple to streamline your sales process by connecting StreetText with your favorite CRMs and Email Marketing tools.
Here’s how to automate StreetText with Zapier:
- Sign up for a StreetText account, and make sure you have a Zapier account (it’s free)
- Try some pre-made StreetText integrations and learn more about how StreetText works with Zapier
- Check out our StreetText help documentation for details on connecting your account and setting up your first Zap
- Or login and build a custom workflow with StreetText and Zapier
Here’s some quick ideas of what you can do with StreetText and Zapier:
Best of luck as you attract more customers and grow your business!
Passionate about helping leaders grow their business, Jonathan Whiting is co-founder of StreetText. In addition to StreetText Hub, Jonathan has written for TechVibes and REM Magazine.