Nowadays we find ourselves in the world where technology consumes us. Yes, Consume. We are always facing our smart-phones, our laptops and personal computer. As much as we want to avoid this kind of technology, we can’t.
Getting leads is hard, so hard that it will make you beg for a lead, but what’s more scary is getting none. That’s what scares Companies that are in marketing business. But have you ever thought why is it so hard for lead generator to get a lead? Well the answer is simple.
Marketing is about perspective. The moment that lead generators forget about that, they risk pleasing only one segment of their prospect organization but earn the contempt/fear/distrust/bad vibes of the rest.
Obviously, that’s a recipe for a conflicted buyer decision followed by lots of friction and eventually the sort of customer dissatisfaction that you only get when you failed to get a complete buy-in.
What’s the most common way to make this mistake though? It’s assuming that big numbers and big buttons always impress.
Nobody goes into business long enough without acknowledging the reality of risk. Whether it’s investment, B2B buying, or hiring, every action (and more) has this element of uncertainty, a chance of going off-course.
Although, there are can also be far too many different approaches to this reality. For lead generators, understanding this is important because you want your prospect to experience the feeling of guaranteed safety that makes it easier to win sales.
The only way you can figure this out is by creating buyer personas.
Latest talks of opening diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States could create new opportunities for certain industries. When you think about it though, B2B marketers don’t necessarily have to create world peace just to see how building bridges can also grant them their own opportunities.
Outsourcing is often touted as not just cost efficient but also a convenient means to increase the reach of your lead generation strategies. All without the heavy expenses of hiring your own marketing teams all the time.
Though no matter how you expand, is lead generation the only process that needs to grow? You could get a campaign that reaches out to hundreds of prospects. But when those prospects show up, how prepared are you to qualify them and arrange meetings with sales? What if you’re only as few as five people on a sales team?
Accountability can be hard to define without first establishing a form of contract between two parties. In the case of yourself and your business prospects, an appointment setting campaign could be just the thing.