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Telemarketing: Do Not Try another Introduction Call Until You Do this Task  

 

A simple introduction call is easy but is the most important in B2B marketing. But it may be fatal if one loose the screw in introducing properly a client to their targeted leads. This happens when telemarketers get too lazy in reviewing what is what of the client they are introducing. Often, they end up making a wrong impression on some business owners. To further assist this doing, the team came up with some ideas and tactics to lighten up the reviewers of business profile. The team sets a series of task which will be effective in making a review for business establishments. Continue reading

Where Positive Leads are and How to Get It

In B2B marketing, lead generation is a tough job for someone who is looking for a positive prospect who took the bait. This is like finding a needle on a bunch of haystack with only a piece of magnet. Digital marketers have gone through different medium to obtain the right people and their contact. The dilemma of most online researcher is where to look and where to start? Continue reading

Consumer Privacy vs Cloud Marketing

The announcement of Salesforce for the “next generation” of its Marketing Cloud platform upgrading Journey Builder and Active Audiences has been plotted  later this year.  This Includes the adding of six new partners: Facebook, LiveRamp, LiveIntent, Neustar, Twitter and Viant. The goal of the company is to make “one place to map and optimize journeys that span sales, service, marketing, custom apps and more”.  Because of this expansion of data collection from the consumers, this might shade some gray area on Consumer Privacy.

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Your Sales Leads Evolve (It’s Like Language)

Ask any linguist and they’ll all agree that language is always evolving. And coincidentally, this evolution has an impact on the way your sales leads evolve.

Now the term ‘evolution’ can be fairly subjective. How exactly do sales leads evolve? Is it when they go from an unqualified prospect to a closed deal? Is it more about how the process is changing? What has any of that got to do with the way languages evolve?

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