Lead Routing/Distribution


#1

Hello,

I run a lead generation site and use Unbounce with Zapier to route leads to my clients based on the state the lead is from.

The integration worked really well until recently, I think Zapier is having some capacity issues w/ their Gmail integration.

What’s the best way to route leads to my clients without Gmail? I have 6 clients, each has a few different states.
So for John, he needs to get all leads in Florida. The state field on my form is a drop down so it never changes.

Any help is greatly appreciated in advance!

Ricardo


#2

Hi @Ricardo_Roberts,

I’m not sure how many leads you are pushing per day but Gmail does have a daily limit on how many emails you can send through it.
(I might be wrong but I believe it was around 100 or 150 emails per day)

Google Apps / G suite limits as far as I remember are a lot higher.

So that’s one thing to look into.

Another option would be to write a script that would receive the webhook/form’s data and forward it to the appropriate company/client.

It should be pretty straight forward to do through PHP.

Hope this points you in the right direction.

Best,
Hristian


#3

Hi Hristian! Thanks for the quick reply. The max would be about 40 per day, so I’m sure that’s not it. How would I get someone to write a PHP script? Is there anyone on here you could recommend, or should I look on Upwork.com or something similar?

Thanks,

Ricardo


#4

Hi @Ricardo_Roberts,

You can definetly try Upwork to find a developer.

My own agency also does contract work, when time allows it so feel free to DM me.

Best,
Hristian


#5

There are paid solutions which can be very effective - probably more so with multiple offers / sectors and clients (they give you the flexibility to change things up - a bit like unbounce for landing pages).

But may not make sense if it’s one site and 6 clients.

http://www.leadbyte.co.uk/ is one, we use http://getcake.com/ which does this + allot more.