Callbox Integrates With Salesforce: A Better, More Efficient Client Experience in Australia Years of innovation and hard work have been put in to give Callbox clients the best solutions for their business, as well as to enable managers and sales professionals to streamline business development. The challenge has always been to keep up with the changing times, especially with how technology evolves in exponential fashion even just in the last two decades. Callbox started out as a simple telemarketing firm, which eventually flourished into a multi-channel marketing machine. Now, in the age of cloud and automation, Callbox steps up to the plate, ready for another era of marketing savvy. In celebrating 10 years of flourishing into a stalwart player in the business-to-business industry, Callbox is taking cloud-based lead management and marketing automation to new heights. Putting the clients front and center: Callbox integrates with Salesforce Introducing Callbox DialStream: The Most Efficient Power Dialer for Salesforce What is DialStream?
Sales Volume Freeze Over. De-Frost through Effective Telemarketing Campaign While everyone knows that overrated theme song in that overrated movie, everyone has to be aware of the potential dangers of freezing sales volume. Photo by Freezing temperatures pose a great danger to a lot of things, even to B2B marketers. Ice-cold lead generation telemarketing programs are inefficient in the sense that they are not producing qualified B2B leads for the sales pipeline. Indeed, without qualified B2B leads, it is difficult for a business to meet sales goals. It is thus vital for managers to maintain and enhance their lead generation program. Here are ways to defrost your telemarketing program and produce a good flow of sales closes. Don’t Settle with Rejections. Any experienced telemarketer can tell you that rejections are a hindrance. Track your leads. One way to know whether your campaign is producing as intended is to track the activity of individual leads. Manage leads. Change your perspective. Don’t let your sales freeze out.
Australian Software Vendor Taps Callbox to Fast-track Sales in Asia-Pacific The Client The Client is a well-known software company in Australia which develops and distributes practice management and tracking software for large companies. Its clients include Ingram Micro, The University of Sydney, Accenture, CitiStreet, and Acumen Alliance. The Challenge The Client has excellent brand recognition in Australia and its products have strong market potential. To boost its capability to compete squarely in the international market, the Client looked for an appointment setting company to carry out its objectives methodically: To educate prospects on the benefits of practice management softwareTo schedule product demos with interested prospects This campaign required technically sound telemarketers with firsthand experience in selling software systems. The Callbox Solution Following a campaign brief, Callbox set up an outbound telemarketing team. The Results Out of 88,000 calls, 17% resulted in positive contacts.
IT Lead Generation and Appointment Setting When it comes to building relationships with major players in Singapore’s flourishing IT industry, it’s important to stay abreast of current CRM tactics. At Callbox, we take marketing a step further using top-of-the-line business applications and the required expertise to boot. We are proud to have, in our roster of clients, manufacturers, resellers, and licensed specialists of some of the biggest names in IT including SAGE, Microsoft, SAP and Oracle. Our industry-specific expertise allows us to provide solid IT telemarketing and lead generation solutions for providers of information technology products and services through our IT lead generation and appointment setting services. We target prominent decision makers from top IT solutions providers including:
The Quintessential Guide to Building Trust for Better Business Effectiveness in Malaysia You can’t expect people to buy your product or service when they have second thoughts about engaging you the first time around. There are some companies that try to shorten the buying cycle with the expectation of getting as many closed sales as they want. But the truth is, even if you are able to generate high numbers of business leads within a single period, there is a small chance these leads will end up buying. Obviously, they still don’t know if you are the contractor they are looking for. In this sense, building trust can be a long and arduous process, but when it comes to acquiring high quality B2B leads and nurturing these leads into sales ready prospects, there are no shortcuts. Take time to read some of them and you’ll be winning sales like you’re winning in Tetris. Know your people. In B2B lead generation, you can’t go on contacting people without knowing who they are and what they currently want at first. Tip: Identify your key decision makers for lead generation. Check out!
Not The AdWords That You Used To Know In the Smart Insights article, Google AdWords changes in 2013 – reviewing the opportunities and potential problems, Tara West outlines the changes with Google AdWords that you need to be aware of and how you can make the most of the opportunities that go with them. These changes are: Device Targeting and Bid AdjustmentsFlexible Bid StrategiesNew and Enhanced ad ExtensionsLow Search Demand keywords are not eligibleCompetitive dataAdWords Display Advertising changes Device Targeting and Bid Adjustments The most controversial change from Enhanced Campaigns has delivered is the shake up with device targeting. The AdWords interface has now changed so dramatically that you can no longer target tablets separately because Google believe they perform in the same way as desktop devices (in my experience they don’t, but who am I to argue with the big G). All devices are now targeted within one campaign, and bid adjustments are used to increase or decrease bids for mobiles. Flexible Bid Strategies
Callbox Integrates With Salesforce: A Better, More Efficient Client Experience in Malaysia Years of innovation and hard work have been put in to give Callbox clients the best solutions for their business, as well as to enable managers and sales professionals to streamline business development. The challenge has always been to keep up with the changing times, especially with how technology evolves in exponential fashion even just in the last two decades. Callbox started out as a simple telemarketing firm, which eventually flourished into a multi-channel marketing machine. Now, in the age of cloud and automation, Callbox steps up to the plate, ready for another era of marketing savvy. In celebrating 10 years of flourishing into a stalwart player in the business-to-business industry, Callbox is taking cloud-based lead management and marketing automation to new heights. Putting the clients front and center: Callbox integrates with Salesforce Introducing Callbox DialStream: The Most Efficient Power Dialer for Salesforce What is DialStream?
Four Things That Demotivate Your Inside Sales Team As mentioned in my previous post, the most important assets that you need in your inside sales campaign would be the people tasked to do it. I mean, it would not be possible to generate B2B leads if there is no one manning the front liners, getting in touch with business prospects and trying to set an appointment between them and you. It is very important to know what you can do to motivate your lead generation team. But also equally important to know would be the factors that can kill morale. Avoid these, at all cost, and you will save yourself from the headaches that can pop up down the road. Using salary as the main motivator – okay, people want to earn something in their work, that is fact. There are plenty of other things that you should avoid doing, but you can be assured that these four are the main culprits.
The Reasons for a Collapsing Content Strategy Whatever you are selling deserves proper recognition. Demand generation strategies specifically serve to make your products and services visible to people you want to have as customers. Thus, you rely on effective content marketing strategy. In B2B lead generation, companies can never do without proper planning and distribution of content. What businesses need to do is to: 1). 2). 3). Clearly, marketers in the B2B industry can hardly resolve that last one and submitting to the adage of “Everybody makes mistakes” only intensifies the problem of poor web traffic and its disastrous offshoots. To prevent your content marketing and lead generation from collapsing, it is important to NOT do any of these: Becoming business-centric Narcissism poses itself as a natural psychological phenomenon of modern culture as evidenced by the epidemic popularity of “selfies” and “groufies.” Make content more interactive and engaging than ever! Refusing to optimize your site Doing it without research
Why Is Telecommuting Bad For Lead Generation? Right at the heels of Yahoo CEO’s Marissa Mayer’s announcement that there will be no more telecommunicating for its employees, there have been howls of disapproval from many quarters. They say that telecommunicating is an important part of their operations, and it should not be taken lightly. For those in the lead generation business, working outside the office is key to increased productivity in B2B leads. Still, there are reasons why telecommunicating can be a bad idea. Among these are: Less opportunities to collaborate – believe it or not, it can be fairly impossible to get new ideas from your colleagues when you just talk through a computer screen. So, what do you think?