With the rise of digital selling, a growing need for qualifying leads has come forward for B2B businesses. There are two primary reasons for this: With accessibility being at the peak, more people now interact with your business and not all of them are your potential customers. B2B prospects
Data is the new currency Marketing has always been data driven but the transition to digital medium of customer interaction has completely changed how businesses use data and has opened up a vast wide world of opportunities. Data is the new currency and is now more in demand than ever.
The traditional B2B marketing process has a very simple funnel system. Leads are acquired, they are then ‘marketing qualified’ and pushed to sales. Sales then does their vetting and ‘sales qualifies’ the leads before closing the deal. That’s it. But, SAAS companies have another item on their plate that
With digital marketing bringing you an opportunity to connect to a broader range of prospects, the chances of getting leads who are just not going to buy have also increased heavily. This means that you would be attending to leads and spending resources on leads that are not going to
You acquire leads from several different platforms. While some of these leads would be buying candidates, most of them are not going to buy. Depending on your type of customers and their LTV (lifetime value), you may also have a lot of leads to deal with. It is not