The ReachLocal Mobile App delivers confidence in the results of your online advertising, visibility into what is working and ways to achieve more success, as well as tools to quickly respond to leads and make the most of your opportunities - all in the palm of your hand.
Confidence in campaign results:
Drill down and filtering report capabilities
Campaign trends and metrics for individual or all campaigns
Lead list with details for all calls, emails, web events, and chats from your campaigns
Call details including caller ID, time, date, duration
Tools to respond quickly:
Lead alerts delivered to your device in real time
Play back and return calls
Respond to new leads via email directly from the app
New UX - takes advantage of smartphone capabilities, new reports, reply features, and visual enhancements
Access: App remembers sign in information and campaign, date, etc selections.
Reporting: Dashboard of key metrics with drill-down reporting by campaign or lead type
Lead Alerts: Receive lead notifications through your smartphone
Call Playback: Play calls right from your lead list: tap on the call to automatically play with rewind, fast forward, and click to call back
Web Leads: Form submissions, chat leads, and email contacts with message details
Sharing: Share calls, chats, reports via email or SMS
Delete Leads: Delete unwanted calls, emails, web events or chats from feed
Lead Classification: Swipe from left to right to mark a call, email, chat or web event as important
Glossary: Review definitions of relevant terms
IMPORTANT: You'll need an active ReachLocal account In order to access the app.
ReachLocal, Inc.’s mission is to help small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) acquire, maintain and retain customers via the Internet. ReachLocal offers a comprehensive suite of online marketing solutions, delivered to SMBs through a combination of its proprietary technology platform and its direct, “feet-on-the-street” sales force of Internet Marketing Consultants and select third party agencies and resellers.
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