I have decided to revive Trade Show Tip Monday. Ok, perhaps revive isn’t the right word since I started it with about a total of two posts and then abandoned it.

But here’s what I’ve learned over the past couple of months…people love the quick fix. So, if that’s what you want then that’s what you get…on Mondays.

Today’s trade show tip introduces a lead capturing tool called QuickTapLead from TabbleDabble out of Toronto.

Who is it good for?

Just about any exhibitor looking to capture leads…qualified leads that contain good information beyond just name, number and email.

Who is it great for?

Exhibitors on a budget.

What I love about it.

  • No need to purchase fancy equipment – This is a robust lead capture technology that doesn’t require any fancy equipment or software systems. You probably already have everything you need to use it. A tablet computer.
  • Easy to set up – You can create your very own branded iPad app in less than 10 minutes. If you have the brains to create a Survey Monkey online survey you will have no trouble setting up your lead capture system.
  • Doesn’t need an Internet connection – Free wireless at trade shows is spotty at best and a hard-wired Internet connection will cost an exhibitor a fortune. No worries. Simply go about collecting the data and then connect and sync up when you get back to your hotel room.
  • More than reasonably priced – The app is free to create and you pay only for the leads you capture. Leads can be bought in bulk to be used throughout the year bringing the price per lead down as low as about 20 cents per lead.
  • They are great people – I had the opportunity to spend a bit of time with the owners when I was at EXHIBITOR show and they are fun nice people. And they “get” what companies need. A simple solution that allows you to capture the information you want at a price you can afford.

Yes, it really is that simple.

I encourage you to check out TabbleDabble and take a look at QuickTapSurvey while you are there. This is basically where QuickTapLead was born. They had a great survey tool that exhibitors were using as a “sort of” lead capture tool. While it wasn’t built for that, it seemed to work pretty well; but the guys at TabbleDabble decided to create something that would do the job even better.

So, watch the video below and you’ll get the idea. For more lead capture technology check out the article I wrote for Trade Show News Network about some of the interesting tools I saw at EXHIBITOR2013.