We have been accumulating this BizOpp Buyers file for a few years now. So we have combined them all together to come up with a huge list of over 1 Million of our best Business Opportunity leads. Each record has name, postal address, phone, email address, date, time, IP address. This list combines the scope and price of a mega database with the targeting of our bizopps seekers lists.
Great article and you nailed it regarding purchasing leads. I tried a few times talking with various people over the phone but none committed. I often wonder how the greats like Dexter Yager and Bill Britt (both amway reps) built their businesses to such a large magnitude without the use of social media. I certainly believe social media has made building network marketing businesses much easier than back in the day.
Emails cannot just be used to communicate regarding the purchase but also can be used as a tool for marketing to ensure future purchases. Gathering new sales leads is important but it is equally important to retain the previous ones. Periodically sharing your company’s new launches and offers will not only bring the old customers back but also, their network with which they can share the news.
The basics we've gone over in this blog post are just the beginning. Keep creating great offers, CTAs, landing pages, and forms — and promote them in multi-channel environments. Be in close touch with your sales team to make sure you're handing off high-quality leads on a regular basis. Last but not least, never stop testing. The more you tweak and test every step of your inbound lead generation process, the more you'll improve lead quality and increase revenue.
There are people whose job is to create a visual merchandising in shops with only one thing in mind – growing sales. They change the look of a shop window probably once a week or even more often. They basically do it to catch shoppers’ attention, often presenting the best things in the store but another reason as well. They want to convince people to enter the store itself.
An investor lead is a type of a sales lead. An investor lead is the identity of a person or entity potentially interested in participating in an investment, and represents the first stage of an investment sales process. Investor leads are considered to have some disposable income that they can use to participate in appropriate investment opportunities in exchange for return on investment in the form of interest, dividend, profit sharing or asset appreciation. Investor lead lists are normally generated through investment surveys, investor newsletter subscriptions or through companies raising capital and selling the database of people who expressed an interest in their opportunity. Investor Lead lists are commonly used by small businesses looking to fund their venture or simply needing expansion capital that was not readily available by banks and traditional lending sources.