We're excited to announce the release of our enhanced and optimized Attribution Reporting feature! This improvement empowers business owners to gain deeper insights into their lead sources and understand the lead journey, allowing them to streamline their marketing efforts.
The existing Attribution Reporting had incomplete and redundant data, along with extremely high load times. With this release, we have revised the Attribution Reporting flow and addressed the following gaps:
We've introduced three new sources to track leads created manually via CRM, those generated through third-party tools like Zap, and other inbounds:
Our new chart for the breakdown of leads by sources helps users understand which sources drive the most traffic.
We also added a graph for the breakdown of leads by the medium in which they entered the CRM database. This helps users understand the best-performing mediums.
We've implemented a bar graph to show the number of leads in each opportunity status and added an option to compare these figures across pipelines.
Another bar graph has been added to display the number of leads in each pipeline stage. Users can compare these numbers across pipelines as well.
Users now have the ability to compare their pipelines to identify better-performing ones using a comparative mode.
A toggle feature is now available to help users see revenue numbers alongside lead count numbers.
Attribution Reporting now supports the following languages:
Improve your marketing campaigns and better understand lead generation using our revamped Attribution Reporting feature. Request a demo now to see this powerful tool in action.
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