PumpScout reaches more pump buyers with web widgetsNovember 26, 2012
PumpScout, which provides an innovative way for engineers, maintenance professionals and contractors to get quotes on pumps, – has expanded its reach with the introduction of embeddable widgets on partner websites.
“We’re already getting hundreds of quote requests each month and by working with our content partners we can now provide our service to thousands more pump buyers,” says Justin Johnson, PumpScout CEO.
PumpScout connects buyers with the right pump suppliers and makes getting quotes on their products quick and easy. Buyers enter their pump specifications into PumpScout’s easy-to-use quote application and then they receive price quotes from chosen suppliers. “PumpScout is a better, faster way to source pumps.” Johnson says.
The widgets bring the same process to buyers visiting other engineering and pump-related websites. PumpScout has already partnered with PumpWorld.com, PumpCalcs.com, Pumping Machinery and other publishers of quality content.
The partner websites feature the PumpScout widget on several of their pages. And they can customize the size, color and design of the widget to match their site. The widget partners then receive a portion of the payment that PumpScout receives for the high quality leads they generate.
Frank Bernstein, president of PumpWorld.com, says the partnership has already proved beneficial.
“We have been working with PumpScout’s widget for a month and have already seen a nice return,” he says. “I’m excited about this partnership and the potential to glean even more from it as PumpScout continues to grow.”
PumpScout provides a new and different way for suppliers to receive sales leads. PumpScout has partnered with 180 pump manufacturers and suppliers – and offers them real-time, qualified sales leads.
“We are changing the way that companies grow their business,” Johnson says. “We’ve combined pump expertise with a lot of tech experience to create a powerful new way to generate sales leads for our partner pump suppliers.”