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  • Industrial Lead Generation: Past vs. Present

    Posted On February 22, 2017 by Evan Lamolinara

    Lead generation is a critical component of an industrial company's sales process. Once you've captured a qualified lead, you can nurture him or her through the sales funnel, hopefully converting that sales lead into a paying customer.

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  • A Formula for Successful B2B Sales Calls

    Posted On February 20, 2017 by Robert Smith

    Even in today's era of digital marketing, phone calls are an effective, time-tested platform on which to sell a product or service. But if you want to gain any momentum with your telemarketing, you should follow the formula outlined below.

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  • Small Business and Big Data

    Posted On February 17, 2017 by Robert Smith

    Are you using Big Data in your business's day to day operations? The term “Big Data” refers to data sets that are too large and/or complex for traditional programs and applications to effectively process. Statistics show that the world's capacity to store data has doubled once every 40 months since 1980. There's now so much data that many companies struggle to use it.

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  • 3 Tips to Optimize Your Email Marketing for Lead Generation

    Posted On February 13, 2017 by Evan Lamolinara

    Email is no longer a promotional platform that business-to-business (B2B) companies can afford to overlook. Whether you sell a B2B product or service (or both), you'll find email is one of the most cost-effective lead generation tools. But if you want to leverage the full power of email, you should optimize your campaigns using the following tactics.

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  • Using Fear of Missing Out to Drive More B2B Sales

    Posted On February 08, 2017 by Robert Smith

    Abbreviated “FOMO,” fear of missing out is a tactic used by countless sales people to convert more prospect, faster. The general idea is to pitch your product or service in such a manner that the prospect feels he or she would miss out if they didn't buy it sooner, than later. When presented with an offer, a prospect has one of two options: to buy or not to buy. Using FOMO can encourage prospects to buy your product or service, but only if it's applied correctly. So, how can you use FOMO to drive more sales?

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