Pay-per-Appointment Telemarketing: 4 things to reflect upon One of the most likely reasons why companies support the pay-per-appointment model of B2B telemarketing is that it’s a financially low-risk option, since they only pay for scheduled appointments set for them. They can clearly see where their money goes to, and so for them it is far more cost-effective compared to traditional packages. The standing question, though, is whether or not this kind of transaction can produce the same quality of appointments, the same approach towards telemarketing, the same follow-up mechanism, and the same impression from prospects. You see, pay-per-appointment contracts aren’t exactly what B2B telemarketing agencies shoot for, as they would rather a conventional-type model. If you’re planning to employ this method into your marketing mix, here are some points to ponder on: Is it okay for you that your callers are going to be aggressive? How would you know if appointments are unique to you? Would you sacrifice quality just to get more appointments?
Integrating Mobile with B2B Lead Generation: A Kick-start Mobile devices are being used increasingly at workplaces for research and information gathering, which includes purchases or hiring of services for business-related functions. Research shows that at least 78% of businesses allow their employees to bring their own devices and 68% of executives are comfortable enough to make purchases on their smartphones. This is the evolution of mobile. It means that mobile usage is starting to be an integral part of the business-buying system; hence it should also be one of the priorities in B2B lead generation. SMS still works – SMS campaigns are extremely cost-effective and low- maintenance so they can be used for a variety of mobile marketing approaches. An advice on domain registration this 2014 Last year, government and business websites in US were hacked. Singapore was not spared and so were other countries. Internet has grown, and now more businesses are investing in utilizing the internet for transactions and marketing. The new Internet brings along new risks that Singapore businesses and consumers really need to be aware of and protect themselves against. Threat is present the moment that we register our domains. - See more at:
Catching the Business Fire: Marketing Lessons from ‘The Hunger Games' Behind the frenzy that surrounds Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games trilogy and its film adaptations, there are valuable annotations about life and its complications, particularly in the world of business marketing. Yes, the context may deal with the exploits of a teenage warrior, budding love triangles and a post-apocalyptic ‘Big Brother’ government but it can also teach us a thing or two about the things that people are attracted to – which is the very essence of lead generation marketing. A powerful, engaging story always prevails. The protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, is submerged within a premise that tests her skill and will to survive, but audiences (both within and outside the story) are captivated by elements that heighten emotions: her battle with a government-mandated contest, her struggles within the confines of social segregation, and the different trials against her unbending faith. Identify, focus on, and maximize your strengths. Relationships go a long way.
Singapore B2B Lead Generation Company Let Your Instincts Help In Generating Sales Leads In Singapore When it comes to generating sales leads in Singapore, we are often interested in the numbers, the statistics, of your business prospects. You want to be successful in your B2B lead generation campaign, so you need the facts clear, no doubts or misgivings. However, even the smartest or the most accurate data may not be a good measure for profits. Sometimes, the best business solutions come from what your instincts are telling you. In that case, you must nurture your instincts well. Heed your interests – your instincts are hard-wired to what interests you. As marketers in Singapore, you should also count on your instincts to tell you what to do.
What Can ‘Family Guy’ Teach Us about B2B Lead Generation? Popular Today in Business: All Popular Articles Cartoon series fans have had a love-hate relationship with ‘Family Guy’, the brainchild of voice actor, writer and producer Seth MacFarlane. Although the show has built a large fan base, not a lot of people know about its tumultuous past, being resurrected not once, but twice. Recently, the show has been generating buzz again due to the passing of one of its beloved characters, Brian Griffin, the anthropomorphic family dog. 1. Throughout its run since 1999, the show has never tried to get the affection of everyone, unlike its rival shows such as The Simpsons. Related Resources from B2C» Free Webcast: Using Data and Design to Create a Knockout Email Nurture Program 2. The history of ‘Family Guy’ is educational to every marketer who is trying to attract attention online with free content. 3. Fox owns the intellectual property rights to ‘Family Guy’ and its wide range of merchandise is one of the primary avenues where revenue is generated. 4.
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What Will Social Media Marketing Be Like in 2014? Looking back in 2013, you would notice that most of the success stories in small or large scale businesses have a little bit of the ‘social media element’ in it. Although its marketing and sales capabilities have really never been officially stamped with approval or accuracy, nobody questions the power of social media in the business world. Viral videos on YouTube, stories on Facebook, contests on Instagram and polls on Twitter – these are the pillars of social media marketing in the past 3-5 years. But what’s in store for the coming 2014? Rick Mulready, an LA-based social media blogger, consultant, speaker and host of the Inside Social Media podcast, shared his bold predictions in his post in Entrepreneur.com. Here is how he foresees the coming year in social media: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
No Email Love? Revive your B2B Email Marketing Campaign Every day, billions of emails swim across the vast information highway right above our heads and inside the fiber-optic cables below the ground. For marketers, it’s a battlefield, and sometimes we tend to forget about the competition and become contented with mediocre emails. And then we wonder why we never get good responses from prospects. In order to gain attention, emails need to stand out from a barrage of other marketing mails. Consider these things as starting points in breathing life back into your terminally ill email marketing campaign: Be concise and crunchy.
Five Entrepreneurial Traits That Boost Your Appointment Setting Campaign In Singapore | Marketing in the Asia Pacific Conducting a B2B appointment setting campaign in Singapore is not laughing matter. This is a country that is so fast-paced, so challenging, that even the most skilled marketers will have a hard time generating good sales leads out of that place. You need to be ready to deal with this challenge.You need to have an entrepreneurial spirit when it comes to this kind of market. Some may say that this is an in-born talent, while there are those who believe that the proper training can cultivate one. In any case, you need an enterprising mind to creatively seek solutions, to generate B2B leads despite setbacks. But really, what should you be looking for in an entrepreneur? Someone who inventsIt takes an inventive mindset to create something different in the market, to produce something that will beat the competition.It does not have to be something big, mind you. Being an entrepreneur does not necessarily mean that you should have a business of your own.
The Qualities of Good B2B Lead Generation Hires For a software company, hiring the right people for the job is the crucial first step before you conduct a really good B2B lead generation campaign. You see, people are an important asset to any business. Hire the wrong people, assign the inappropriate person, and you will have bigger problems in your sales leads generation efforts. That is why you need to choose well. In any case, you might want to take note of the following traits of potentially successful marketers: Unique MindsetsAll right, having a quirky mind might seem disruptive to your marketing process, but, sometimes, being different may actually be a good thing for your company. So, what other qualities in a B2B lead generation hire can you share?
Three Easy Steps To Organising A Successful Dubai Exhibition | Marketing in the Asia Pacific Arranging or joining an exhibition, whether it’s international or regional, Dubai could prove to be very lucrative for businesses and organizations looking to encourage investors from the region. But as any exhibitor will know, exhibitions are rarely simple and easy. It takes massive planning and the right resources to ensure a successful outcome. So how do you organize a Dubai exhibition and secure a positive outcome? 1.Know the exhibition venues well. The location of your event can make or break your exhibition. 2.Know the culture. While Dubai tends to be more liberal than its neighboring emirates, it still nonetheless observes traditional customs and practices. 3.Promote your event weeks, months in advance. Dubai Art Week, Taste of Dubai, Dubai World Cup, jazz fests, film fests, comic convention, tourism markets — on any given month, Dubai will be filled with all sorts of events. About the author: