So why did Radek decide to go with Drift in the first place? There are three main reasons:
Now this may be unorthodox, but for Netguru lead generation wasn’t their main focus. Their business is built around developing trust with their site visitors – and that’s typically done by serving up content that will help educate and provide value over time and through multiple visits to their site. They know that if they can build a strong relationship with their potential customers by being a trusted advisor, they will have a high likelihood of turning into new business for Netguru, once they become a lead.
This may seem like a purposefully long sales process, but what this does is ensure the quality of the leads that are actually coming through, so that their business development team can focus only on high-converting opportunities. The way that Netguru has leveraged Drift to help with this is fascinating and can be broken down into three main components:
There are two types of inquiries that Radek has broken down Netguru’s site traffic into. The first is employee inquiries – people who are coming to their site and would like to work at Netguru (recruiting is a common use case!). The second type of audience consists of business inquiries. This is where Radek and team spend the majority of their time.
Radek’s playbooks (they’ve tested over 44!) use Leadbot to ask a series of qualifying questions that will give his team a better understanding as to which bucket the site visitor falls into and what they are looking for to accomplish by coming to the Netguru site. The goal is to route the inquiry to the right team, so that his business development team can focus on the high-value leads that come through.
This may be one of the most crucial elements to Netguru’s strategy for engaging with their site visitors. Radek and team use content to build trust with their potential customers throughout the buyer’s journey. But it can’t be just any content piece, it needs to be highly-personal and relevant to the reader.
For example, if someone from the fintech industry comes to their site, Radek wants to make sure they are guided to the content that is best suited for that vertical – whether that be a blog post or a whitepaper.
Using Drift Links, the Netguru Growth team has built their bots to serve up personalized content based on who the site visitor is. If the potential customer clicks in to an email or social campaign, his bots are ready to welcome them to his site with specific content to meet their needs. This helps further build the relationship before the prospect is ready to engage in a sales cycle.
The goal is to inform people. To build trust you need to transparently inform about everything you do, especially from the client’s perspective and their values.”
Not only is it important for Netguru to serve up relevant content to their site visitors, but it’s also important to know who they are so they can personalize the experience for that person in particular.
Using Drift Intel, Radek has built triggers into his bots – based on URL, country IP, behavior and industry – to personalize the conversation for each and every prospect helping to create an amazing experience and differentiate Netguru from their competition.
A few great examples of this include:
Here’s a quick summary of the results Netguru has achieved with Drift:
In only ten months, Radek and the Netguru team have…
In the Professional Services industry it’s incredibly important to build trust. This doesn’t just happen overnight – it takes days, weeks and sometimes months before someone feels comfortable enough to engage in a sales process.
For Radek and his team it’s crucial that they can move forward as quickly as possible, without damaging that trusted relationship.
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