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In this course with Mike Dry and Andy Culligan you will learn how best to use Leadfeeder with your CRM. Leadfeeder integrates directly and natively with all major CRM products including Pipedrive, Salesforce, Zoho, Web CRM, and Hubspot.
While some terminology differs between the products Leadfeeder (example “deal” vs. “opportunity”) the functionality is largely similar. This means that whichever CRM you are using you can benefit from a full two-way sync between Leadfeeder and your CRM.
This course will teach you how to set up the basic integration settings you require to get started. You will also learn how to view CRM info in Leadfeeder and how to send leads and opportunities directly to your CRM. The course is concluded with some pro tips on how to make best use of the intelligence Leadfeeder provides you in your CRM.
Your customer relationship manager, or CRM, is an excellent tool to help your business grow. But it only works if it has leads for your sales team to follow.
Unfortunately, CRM software isn’t designed to generate leads for your business.
Here’s the good news:
Lead generation tools like Leadfeeder integrate directly with major CRM software for a seamless experience.
This course will teach you how to integrate Leadfeeder with your CRM to get the most out of both tools.
If you’re just getting started, make sure you’re familiar with the Leadfeeder basics before continuing.
This course includes seven short video tutorials that teach you how to use Leadfeeder with your CRM to save time, sync data, and close more deals.
Leadfeeder includes native integration to all major CRM software.
When you connect a CRM, you unlock new functionality in Leadfeeder that lets you create tasks and comments for individual leads. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to integrate Leadfeeder with your CRM.
Leadfeeder automatically syncs data with your CRM after integration.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use your settings to view your last data sync and customize which data is shared between your CRM and Leadfeeder.
We’ll also cover how to trigger a manual sync and ensure your connection is working correctly.
You can manually send leads from Leadfeeder to your CRM.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to check if a lead in Leadfeeder has already been sent to your CRM. We’ll then teach you how to send over an individual lead manually and create a new task or opportunity.
Leadfeeder can automatically send multiple leads to your CRM.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to configure your feeds to automatically send leads to your CRM in bulk. You can use the same process for tasks created in Leadfeeder.
In this lesson, we’ll share our top time-saving tips for syncing data between Leadfeeder and your CRM.
You’ll learn how to filter leads to help you set the correct owner in your CRM and place the lead in the right pipeline stage.
We’ll also show you how to create custom feeds for each team member so you can track your team’s overall performance.
This lesson covers functionality for users who are specifically integrating Leadfeeder with Salesforce.
Leadfeeder collects and shares marketing data, including website activity tracking and landing page engagement. We’ll show you where you can find Leadfeeder data in Salesforce.
Leadfeeder comes with a powerful integration to Salesforce.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to identify your team’s activity in Leadfeeder and share it with Salesforce.
You’ll also learn how to use your leads’ website activity to identify priority accounts that are more likely to close.
Integrating Leadfeeder with your CRM saves you time by seamlessly syncing leads, tasks, and opportunities.
With Leadfeeder, you can use marketing data and website activity to identify potential leads and add them to your sales pipeline.
With proper setup, you can also share Leadfeeder’s valuable marketing insights to your CRM.
Marketing insights help your team identify the opportunities most likely to close so they can focus their time on the most important deals.
Your sales team can only be as good as its pipeline. Although your CRM helps you manage customer interactions and data, you still need to bring in new leads to grow your business.
Follow along with this video course and learn how to connect Leadfeeder to your CRM so you can get started on growing the top of your sales funnel.