Hubtricks: Tracking leads with The Hub by GoDaddy Pro 

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For many of us, tracking leads too often means hunting for that darn cocktail napkin from last night or scrolling through contacts, trying to remember which Joe or Jane was interested in a website build.

There’s a much better way.

With The Hub by GoDaddy Pro, you can conveniently store leads, view contact information, and then convert leads to clients. This all happens on the same platform you’ll use to manage their projects, send invoices, sign contracts — and everything else involved with building the relationship.

Tracking leads with The Hub

The Hub can really save you time, as you avoid hopping around different apps for tracking leads. Just log in to The Hub, and you’re ready for business.

To save leads

Use the Hub to consolidate all the contact information you’ve gathered in one location.

  1. Log in to The Hub.
  2. Go to the left-hand column, and then click Clients.
  3. Click New client. The Create new client screen displays.
  4. From the Client type dropdown, select Lead, and then enter the remaining information.
  5. Click Save.

To view leads

Log in to The Hub and view your leads and move them along your sales funnel.

  1. Log in to The Hub.
  2. Go to the left-hand column, and then click Clients.
  3. Click Lead.

To convert leads

  1. Once you’ve converted a lead, add them to the rest of your clients in The Hub.
  2. Log in to The Hub.
  3. Go to the left-hand column, and then click Clients.
  4. Click Lead.
  5. Go to the lead you want to convert, and then from the three-dot menu, select Activate client. The Activate client modal displays.
  6. Click Activate.

Efficiently deliver better results

When you use the Hub from GoDaddy Pro, suddenly there’s more time in your day to focus on what matters most. Forget about juggling admin tasks. Reclaim your time and use it to make clients feel like the center of your universe.

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Art Martori
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