Category Archives: boberdoo blog

Real-Time Lead Distribution Software vs. Lamborghini

Lead in, lead out (.97 seconds). Lead in, lead out (0.83 seconds). Lead in, lead out (1.12 seconds). If you're following along, just over 3 seconds have passed and you've already acquired, matched,...

Benefits of Using an Online Form Builder

Lead Generation Companies Need an Online Form Builder One of the most important steps of the lead generation process is acquiring and differentiating leads based on the information the leads...

Heartbleed Bug Update

Did The Heartbleed Bug Affect My boberdoo System? In a short answer: no. boberdoo.com servers were not affected by the Heartbleed bug because they are running a different version of OpenSSL, which...

Canadian Call Routing? Take Off, You Hoser!

Did you know that you can incorporate Canadian call routing with the rest of your inbound call campaigns in the boberdoo.com system?  As lead generation companies search for new revenue streams, the...

Did You Meet Your LeadsCon Agenda?

It has been one week since LeadsCon and the dust has settled, now is the perfect time to evaluate if you met your LeadsCon agenda.  LeadsCon is a great place to improve existing relationships that...

What We Learned at LeadsCon 2014

 

March 2014 Newsletter

WordPress and Lead Generation: Like Peanut Butter & Jelly

WordPress and lead generation go hand-in-hand Lead generation companies are constantly testing new landing pages and web properties to maximize their marketing dollars.  WordPress is a free and open...

Lead Companies - Do what you say. Say what you do. Help the consumer.

It is no real secret that the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) does not like payday loans. Along with some other parts of the government, they have worked on stopping banks from...

Lead Generation Marketing and the ROI of Girl Scout Cookies

Lead generation marketing and Girl Scout cookies?  What? My daughter joined the Girls Scouts recently and unfortunately for my belly, Girl Scout cookie time quickly followed. As a loving father, but...