When you get an influx of leads into your CRM from your company’s latest webinar or virtual event for your B2B sales team to follow up on, what do you do with those leads? Have you trained your sales representatives to go through and start calling the leads, or do they wind up as a lesser priority, potentially never being contacted? When you have sales cadence software, you’ll know that they’re being contacted almost automatically. Read on to learn what a sales cadence is; why you need a multi-channel sales cadence, and the steps to a smart cadence.Continue reading
The concept of multi-touch sales development has been around for a long time. It primarily refers to the idea that multiple “touches” (contacts via email, phone, video, text, and social) will ultimately result in more sales opportunities.
“Cadence” refers to the number, sequence, and timing of various touches. Maintaining this cadence manually is virtually impossible and would require far too much of a sales person’s time.
It’s the newest age-old question: cold email vs. cold call? We use both cold calling and cold emailing for starting (and continuing) conversations and B2B sales engagement with a potential customer. However, each of these tactics has supporters and haters. Cold emailing is a good alternative for those who think cold calling is dead. On the other hand, many people treat cold emails as spam and are skeptical about the results.Continue reading