With the majority of professional communications happening over online mediums, email makes for an important part of sales operations. Most of which comes down to following-up and nurturing, which when executed using email sequence, can generate great results.
For a sales team to continually nurture and close — B2B lead generation plays a crucial role in enabling the process. Over 60% of marketers believe generating quality leads to be one of the biggest challenges they face.
Choosing the better email service provider between G suite vs Office 365 can be tough – since both platforms are pretty commonly used. According to the recent data by Statista, Gsuite is leading with 56.97% market share, followed by Office 365 with 42.63%.
Email is one of the most efficient communication channels professionals use. It is fairly versatile and has features that help you communicate multi-dimensionally among your recipients.
CC and BCC in the email are two such features. Many professionals don’t use it to its full potential. So we’ll cover step-by-step instructions on using CC and BCC in your emails for Gmail. You can access CC and BCC on every email service, but we will be covering this guide on Gmail, and everything here would apply to your email service as well.
It’s easy to ignore how important follow-up email subject line (and following-up, in general) is to your outreach. If you need a response from contacts you don’t know personally, you’ll have to send multiple follow-ups after getting the first email ignored. Follow-up persistence pretty much dictates sales outreach efficiency — as Robert Fillmore quotes, 96% of deals close after the 5th touch.
The global pandemic of COVID-19 has affected almost every business sector across the globe. According to the recent report by Statista, there is a 0.4% drop in the global economy, which costs around 3.5 trillion US dollars.
30% of sales professionals believe that having introduced lead nurturing has been the most significant benefit to their team, resulting in better responses to campaigns and easier segmentation.
Lead nurturing plays an essential role in high converting sales processes. It helps your leads deeply understand your product and guides them to make a purchase decision. Teams that are good at nurturing their leads generate 50% more sales-ready leads at ⅔ the cost.
Referred customers were found to contribute 25% more margins in sales compared to all other customers.
If your customers are happy with your product, they are likely to talk about it with others who might find it useful. When you close such customers who’ve been introduced by existing customers, you have effectively got a referral sale. In theory- your client has done the selling for you, without you spending a penny.
Lead Qualification is a very important part of the sales cycle. It is directly responsible for feeding your pipeline with high-quality leads that eventually close. It also happens to be the driving force behind conversions and productivity across the most successful sales teams we’ve seen.
If done right, you can bring in the most revenues you’ve ever brought in and make this a competitive advantage for your organization. In this blog, we’ll explore how to choose, build, and tweak your lead qualification process.
There’s no getting around the havoc the COVID-19 has caused for businesses and our economy. It wiped out $6 Trillion from our market. A lot of businesses, big and small, were caught off guard due to drastic drop in demand. Keeping all that in mind, how do you conduct email outreach during COVID-19?
We understand that times like these can be tough not just on consumers, but businesses that employ people. People like us are directly-indirectly dependent on these businesses to make a living, so it’s incredibly important to bring back demand.