CANDDi uses five different ways to identify website visitors. Our aim is that within 3 months CANDDi should be identifying between 15-20% of the visitors to your site.

Enquiry forms placed on customers’ websites that include name, email and contact number. This is opt-in data that gets pulled through into your dashboard.

CANDDi Capture is placed as a 'pop up' enquiry form on the customer’s website. When filled in, a notification can be sent out in real-time to the client. Again, this is opt-in data that CANDDi tracks.

Email campaigns like Mailchimp can be tracked to the individual.

Links can be set up within Email signatures on your Outlook/Gmail with CANDDI plugin, that can tell you when the recipient of a 1-2-1 email chain has opened your message or any links it contains.

When someone first visits your website, CANDDi can track their IP address to compare against a database of registered business addresses. This allows the company and its details to be identified if there’s a match.

See this video for more detail.

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