In lead generation, there will always be pointless debates about the age of a certain method and whether or not such practices still work. If it has been shown to work, then skeptics focused on the age as if it discredited its place in modern lead generation strategies. If it was proven to fail in light of recent times, the supporters of the obsolete means use age as well as if its ancient use was somehow still relevant.
There are days when you seem to generating financial sales leads like normal when all of a sudden something big comes in and has sent all those sales leads into a panic. It is like those typical monster attacks where the emergence of a humongous lizard or alien stomps into town and your sales leads are the people running around screaming, not knowing what to do.
During the course of your financial services lead generation campaign, you might encounter prospects who more less want you to substitute for their financial advisor. On one hand, that sounds like a good thing and it means this prospect could be a long-term client. On the other hand, playing the substitute could also mean your lead generation strategy plants the wrong ideas in to prospect’s heads.