Better Leads by Keyword, Really Simple Stats and Lots of Fun!
During this week we rolled some new, shiny features and wanted to quickly go through the new stuff . We hope you are gonna enjoy it :)
We put a lot of effort into identifying and sorting out for you the best leads, using advanced methods. One such method is Leads by keyword, which allows you to find leads by monitoring specific keywords, that are likely to appear in people’s Twitter bio. It’s very different from Twitter search, since it constantly monitors your Twitter circle for new people, and prioritizes leads based on their relevance to you (as judged by their engagement history, influence level, and other parameters).
Improved Leads By Keyword
In this release, we introduce sub-lists, so now every keyword gets its own list – which makes it even easier to zoom in just on developers or marketers. We also increased the allowed number of keywords to 5, so you can have several levels of targeting, for example having one list for marketing and another, more specific for marketing consultant.
Go ahead and try it out – it’s quite fun actually :)
- Expand the Discover Leads section, and click Manage
- Enter you keywords in the text-box and click ‘finish’
- …you are done!
A couple of hours later, open Leads by keyword and you’ll start seeing it getting filled with interesting and relevant people.
Really Simple Stats
We heard from our users that often they would wish to have several simple statistics regarding their community activity, to know how much effort they put into community management, and how many engagement they received back. So that’s exactly what we did.
How it works? Really simple: click the new ‘stats’ link in the top right corner of the page, select two dates between which you want the stats, and hit ‘show!’. Done.
So What Are You Waiting For?
We are planning much more to come in the following weeks:
- Groups (a sane and simple alternative to Twitter lists)
- Find leads by monitoring conversations
- Filter leads by location
- Improved member profile (notes area, so that you won’t forget Bob’s middle name)
- …anything you would like to see? send an email to mike AT commun.it with a request, we are very flexible :)