Quote from the EADP conference

Recap from the EADP conference we just attended:
“So how do we move from a process based industry to a knowledge based industry?”
Jim Easton, AMR Research: “Measure everything, track everything!”
When the first release of Freespee came some 14 months ago, we learnt from our users that once you track everything, there is no point of return. It is like loosing your eyes.

Local search engine Advertising

Yesterday I was going through some of the statistics we gather from our search engine customers. Many SMEs limit their Online Advertising budget to Google and their AdWords offer. Hence, are all potential customers only using Google? Our statistics show that Global search engines are used for information gathering, which we all already new. However, when you have made your decision and want to proceed with you purchase, local search engines are used to find a service provider near by you, offering the product you want to purchase.
I was looking at a small car repair service in the small town of Strömstad in Sweden. They have purchased a top position in one of the largest local serach engines in Sweden (that use Freespee Publisher). They have more than 100 unique inbound calls from new customers per month.
Let’s say each call is worth in general €200 in new business, with 80% gross margin. Hence, they win new business worth up to €20 000 per month by spending some money on local search engine advertising.

Freespee, for 600 000+ advertisers

End of last week, Freespee’s consumer technology for large scale number provisioning proved unparalleled in connecting consumers with advertisers via regular phone calls. The Freespee technology is now used at www.gulex.se to track every single phone call and create measurable results for all online advertisers in the Gulex.se directory inventory. The patented dynamic number provisioning engine is a true success, that economize number usage. We are talking about an inventory of 600 000+ advertisers for which Freespee servers mediates all calls. I am proud of our genious developers…and there’s more. Watch out…