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As an agency digital marketer looking to get the best results for your clients, you’re continuously searching for the latest and greatest marketing technology. You already understand that call tracking can help you earn serious ROI for your advertising dollars, but you have questions or uncertainties about how best to put this tech to work.
Don’t worry, because we’re here to help: We’ve compiled this comprehensive primer on the best CallRail agency features, and how you can start putting them to work today. By leveraging our best-in-class call tracking features, your agency can generate more leads, earn better ROI, and further strengthen your clients’ confidence in your work.
CallRail’s suite of Conversation Intelligence software has several key features that help agencies quickly evaluate evaluate phone calls and measure lead quality. These automated tools make it easy for agencies to understand what happens on a call, without requiring someone to manually review calls one at a time:
Together these features work to help agencies save time, can be used to create employee coaching opportunities for sales or support teams, and ultimately help marketers easily identify what is or isn’t going on well on calls.
CallScore is the powerhouse technology that makes Conversation Intelligence possible, built by data experts who spent months analyzing hundreds of thousands of phone calls. And best of all, it’s included completely free of charge for all CallRail plans. All you have to do is make sure you enable Call Recording (which you might want to do anyway, because it’s great at uncovering the hidden value of your calls).
It’s pretty simple — CallScore ‘listens’ to your calls, and then uses CallRail’s automation technology to generate a transcription of the call and classify your lead as good or bad. Next, this data is pushed to the Qualified Lead Funnel report to give you an easy view of your overall lead activity:
CallScore also offers waveform visualization technology, which can not only show you how long it’s taking your agents to pick up the phone, but also give you a more complete picture of how the conversation flows in a sales or customer service call:
With its sophisticated lead-scoring algorithms, CallScore can classify leads and provide you with comprehensive reporting, all in real-time.
Think that getting CallScore for free sounds too good to be true? Our CEO Andy Powell explains the reasoning behind this move.
Account Center is CallRail’s go-to feature for easy client management. All of your clients have unique needs, so you’ll need to manage their accounts accordingly — with Account Center, it’s easier than ever to create and maintain multiple accounts under the same login.
With Account Center, your agency can create a ‘master’ CallRail account tied to a single email address. Client accounts are then created and managed within your agency’s master account. Agencies can also set permissions and restrictions in the master account, so that when a client logs into CallRail they’ll only see their company’s data. This ensures client data is kept separate and private, while allowing the client to maintain total visibility and ownership of their data:
Account Center also helps agencies manage their billing processes — clients can quickly and easily update their own billing information via their CallRail login. This gives agencies the ability to easily see each of their client’s usage, and simplifies the process of managing individual invoices:
Account Center is one of CallRail’s best features for streamlining the account-management process, and is a must-have for agencies with multiple clients using call tracking.
CallRail uncomplicates client reporting by providing multiple out-of-the-box advanced reports. This makes it easy for your agency to dive deep into your data, and figure out what is (or isn’t) working in order to optimize your marketing strategy. We offer several options for sorting and categorizing your advanced reports: By Acquisition, by Behavior, or Custom.
Acquisition reports help agencies measure attribution data by calls, texts, and forms. There’s also an option to view calls by landing or active pages, and to view total usage broken down by tracking number or company.
The most powerful feature in this section is CallRail’s first-to-market Multi-Touch Cost per Lead Report. This report specifically helps with minimizing attribution gaps by pulling in the cost of ads and providing automated CPL calculations. And best of call, agencies can calculate CPL according to five different attribution models: First-touch, Last-touch, 50/50, W-shaped, and Qualified.
Behavior reports show calls by agent, day and time, and missed calls. They also include Conversation Intelligence reports for Call Highlights and Keywords Spotted. With Behavior reports, agencies can quickly identify peak hours of call volume, know which agents are answering the most calls, and see how often relevant keywords are being mentioned.
Custom reports (currently in beta) help agencies create reporting that caters to your unique needs. The built-in filters help customize how data is presented, so your agency can focus on what’s most valuable to their business:
When used together, CallRail’s features will help your agency achieve a holistic, top-level view of how call tracking is impacting your marketing. With call tracking, your agency can be confident in tracking your campaigns, optimizing your marketing strategies, proving ROI to your clients, and growing your business.
Interested in learning more about the benefits that call tracking can bring to your marketing agency? Begin a 14-day free trial of CallRail (no credit card required), or schedule a personalized demo.
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By: Bianca Buliga, Digital Marketing Manager
The SEED SPOT team is proud to present the final 11 ventures being inducted into our Spring 2019 Impact Accelerator!
Over the next eight weeks, these founders and co-founders will leverage SEED SPOT’s globally-ranked program to double down on their high-impact business model, launch a strong go-to-market strategy, assemble a winning team, and nurture relationships with potential investors. Every week, ventures will work with experienced mentors, content experts, and fellow impact-driven entrepreneurs to make tractions with their customers, competitive advantage, and growth strategy for scale. The program will culminate in a community-wide Demo Day at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, where each team will pitch their venture for the opportunity to win up to $15,000 in grants and other prizes.
The entrepreneurs were selected after a rigorous application process and met three main criteria – their ability to make impact, scalability of their venture idea, and demonstrated grit as an entrepreneur.
Without further ado, it is our pleasure to introduce the Washington, DC startup community to the newest cohort of Impact Accelerator entrepreneurs being initiated into the SEED SPOT family:
Founded by Renee Dunn, Amazi Foods is a mindful food company on a mission to help you snack on purpose. Vegan, paleo, and ethically sourced, every bite of their made-in-Uganda snacks promotes job creation and farming communities.
Founded by Kimberly Lipinski with support from Chief Technology Officer, Jim Lipinski, Elder Nourish provides elderly adults with visiting chefs who prepare customized menus that meet their individual nutritional requirements.
Founded by Lore Ann Burek, give365 is a spare change giving platform intended to let everyone feel the joy of giving. Her favorite phrase is “pennies make dollars, and dollars make a difference.”
Co-founded by Kyle Miller and Lemaire Stewart, Goodfynd makes food more accessible by connecting users to food trucks in their area, while enabling small and growing food businesses to contribute to more connected communities. Whether you’re at work, home, or just out and about in the city, find the food trucks closest to you!
Founded by Ben Pugh, Haven empowers individuals by making healthcare as easy as Instagram. The Haven app helps users find quality healthcare professionals and services that are compatible with their insurance plan in less than 30 seconds.
Co-founded by Quratul-Ann Malik and Meher Rehman, herDomain invests in untapped female technical talent in the developing world through providing cutting-edge tech training, remote work opportunities with US-based companies, and a peer community.
Founded by Shememe Williams, My Active Senior is an online senior-friendly tool that connects seniors and their family members with local senior service providers and products while helping service providers grow their businesses.
Co-founded by Emmett Ferra and Kiel Byrne, PAKKE is an events and experiences platform that boosts members of the creative economy by connecting them with audiences that are searching for more experiential moments in their lives.
Founded by Michele Heyward, PositiveHire’s mission is to provide women of color STEM professionals equal access to management roles to retain them in STEM industries.
Co-founded by Andrea Gilliam and Nick Dowling, Unwanted empowers every member of an organization, from entry level to C-suite, to be a change agent by providing a confidential platform to safely and effectively address unwanted behavior and reduce harassment in their company.
Founded by Deborah Owens, WealthyU is on a mission to close the investment confidence and wealth gap for women of color by providing access to curriculum, coaching, and community that teaches wealth building for all incomes.
Curious to learn more about these Impact Accelerator ventures and support their growth?
Come out to a Venture Thursday and Demo Day. Venture Thursdays are open to the community to provide feedback and connections to the 11 ventures on their road to Demo Day. Mark your calendars and RSVP today:
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