In: sales leads

[VIDEO] 5 Types of Reps You'll Meet in the List Industry

[VIDEO] 5 Types of Reps You’ll Meet in the List Industry

Check out US Data’s new video featuring The Bad, The Worst and The Ugly sales reps. We’ve all been there… Whether...

4 Cold Calling Mistakes That Will Waste Your Sales Leads

4 Cold Calling Mistakes That Will Waste Your Sales Leads

Purchasing a list of targeted sales leads is a great way to identify potential customers for your business, but what is the next step after you have already purchased that list? If your list includes verified phone numbers, a common response is to have your sales representatives begin cold calling that list. Cold calling can be a very effective way to utilize your sales leads. However, the practice of cold calling is often bogged down by outdated techniques that, more often than not, turn off prospects rather than engaging their interest. If you want your sales leads to live up to their full potential, make sure your sales staff doesn’t commit any of these cold calling faux pas.

Relevancy: The Key to Lead Generation Marketing Success

In the direct mail marketing world, we have a common saying: “Junk mail is just mail delivered to the wrong person.” Now I know it sounds a little gimmicky, but there is actually truth in this saying, not just for direct mail but for all types of lead generation marketing. Junk mail ceases to be “junk” when the recipient actually needs or wants what that mail piece offers. At that point, it transitions into something useful, even welcome, especially if it solves a problem. The term “junk mail” refers, not to all promotional mailings, but to promotional mailings that were not relevant to the recipient.

Top 22 Funniest Sales Signs of All-Time

Top 22 Funniest Sales Signs of All-Time

Are sales for your business lagging? Maybe you’re not tickling the buyer’s funny bone enough. Humor, whether intentional or unintentional, can...

Sales Leads: A Lifeline for your Business

With our recent economic crisis at hand, it is no secret that many American businesses have been struggling to stay afloat...