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Data-Driven Lead Nurturing Program for B2Bs

We all understand that the pressure for immediate results drives strategic decisions. But identifying and making use of the buyer’s position in the overall life cycle with the right approach can yield more fruitful results, compared to pushing the hard sell at the wrong time.

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Larger business purchasing decisions lead to longer sales cycles, today taking anywhere from 18-24 months. Faced with a potentially lengthy courtship, view your Lead Nurturing process as a series of “micro conversions.” Until you determine if there is real interest or are able to build on the current level of interest, you shouldn’t assume your Prospects are ready to commit. But with continued nurturing and patience, you can qualify them at a higher level, deliver real value, and begin your relationship even before they make a purchase.

Take simplified approach, it’s worth it.

“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”—Albert Einstein.

Or in other words, just keep it simple. It’s not necessary to take on your entire data base in one fell swoop. Hone in on a specific segment to begin with, measure your progress and optimize accordingly. The key is to take incremental steps while keeping it as simple as possible to reduce complexity while learning the ropes.

Use your audience understanding to create targeted communications.

Getting “the right message to the right person at the right time” is what every marketer seeks. Technology has provided access to a wealth of information and subsequently created a paradigm shift that has changed the marketing perspective to a consumer-focused one rather than product focused. This shift has ushered in the Age of the Customer. 1 In its wake are the “one-to-many” communications containing generic information sent to broad audiences, discarded in favor of “one-to-one” communications that are responsible for propelling Prospect leads closer toward a purchase. Using a targeted approach, each person is guided through their personal stage in the life cycle. Segmenting your database by behavior or developing personas (snapshots of your segments), can enable you to deliver targeted communications to drive success in your Lead Nurturing activities.

 

Personalization goes beyond a name and address.

What’s the single most important word to a person? Their name! A proper Lead Nurture campaign is powered by data; but to truly realize the potential, you have to put that data to use. This concept extends past addressing your leads byname; it involves using their digital body language to determine what content is useful and relevant to them. Research from Marketing Sherpa showed that 82%of Prospects identified content targeted to their industry as more valuable, and 67%found content targeted to their job function to be more valuable. By personalizing content, you make it more relevant, while moving your Prospects through the nurturing phase. Embrace their unique qualities to get more out of your nurturing efforts, while increasing the life time value of your customers.

 

A Revisit in Lead Generation Services for Kick starters

Lead generation services includes identifying prospective customers and qualifying their likelihood to buy in advance of making a sales call through multi-media marketing strategies. In short, it’s about motivating prospects to raise their hands to sign for your product.

Lead generation service is the single most important objective of any business-to-business (B2B) marketing department. Other objectives, such as brand building, brand pioneering, public relations, and corporate communications are also on the list, to be sure. But, providing a sales force with a steady stream of qualified leads is job one.

A Revisit in Lead Generation Services for Kick starters

A business lead is a prospect that has some level of potential of becoming a business partner. We need to distinguish a lead from a business inquiry or from a mere list of names, with which leads are commonly confused. Mailing lists or contact lists of business prospects are often presented as “lead lists,” a misnomer that generates not only confusion but even ill will in the world of business marketing. A passive list of prospects (or, more appropriately, suspects) does not deserve to be called a list of leads, they are just contact lists and call them through telemarketing services.

The same holds true for inquirers. Simply because someone has expressed a modicum of interest in your product or your company does not mean that person or that company is ready, willing, or able to buy. But an inquirer has plenty of value. You can continue to communicate, nurture that interest, and keep a relationship going until a sale is imminent.

Marketers must deliver a lead to the sales team only when the lead is truly qualified, and they must do so by criteria developed in consultation with the sales force. Consistent delivery of qualified leads that convert satisfyingly to sales and meet sales quotas—that is the hallmark of successful B2B lead generation.

What is a Business Lead and How Business can make use of it?

Let’s start discussing with the basics. A business lead is a company who has indicated interest in your company’s product or service in some way, shape, or form.

In other words, instead of getting a random cold call from someone who purchased your contact information, you would hear from a business or organization you’ve already opened communication with. Continue reading…

 Email marketing: You Say these Words and Your Sales Message is Doomed  

Not many to mention, email marketers knows only how to hit send and okay. That’s it. No further commitment is needed when running an email marketing campaigns. Results? 40% of the email messages will go to Spam folder, 30% will go be deleted without being read. So, is it really okay for email marketing to just HIT and SEND without even thinking the outcomes? No, gravely saying it is not.

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5 B2B Sales Call Elements that Swifts through the Prospects  

 

Every B2B marketing activity leads up to one thing –a phone call. Not surprisingly, reps that have the best phone skills are almost always the most successful. Being successful in this matter requires best technique and practice. Moreover, B2B tele prospecting is a tough job and that is to connect and set some time with business people.

There is one thing I learned from listening to thousands of calls every day and that is –whatever tool you are using to engage with prospects be it –email, lead nurturing, content, social media alert etc. It all ends in one media and that is call where relationship are forged or lost forever. Continue reading…

Telemarketing: Nasty Phrases a Telemarketer can Say to a Prospect

Warren Greshes, author of The Best Damn Sales Book Ever quoted:

“Sales is a rejection. Plain and Simple”

The difference between weak and strong sales representative is how they react with rejection. First, the worst sales reps, after rejection, will walk around the building to recover from the situation. The second one will recover right away after rejection just like nothing happened. Continue reading…

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