Leadworx is most suited for B2Bs since we identify the companies visiting your website. So for a B2C, more/better sales would not be a direct outcome of implementing Leadworx. Having said that, here are a few use cases in which Leadworx might be helpful - 

  1. If you have any fraction of your website targeted towards businesses, maybe you have a marketplace or you sell to large organizations, Leadworx can be useful in knowing who these companies are
  2. If you are fundraising (or looking to get started) and would like to see which VC firm visited your website and how many times
  3. You can keep track of your competitors going through your website

If any of those use cases make sense to you, then you should use Leadworx.

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