Tag Archives: appointment setting

Can Appointment Setting Services Have Emergency Take-Offs?

In action movies, sometimes there’s no waiting for the car/plane/ship/sub/robot to get moving. Sometimes everyone just has to scramble as the vehicle moves out and takes off. In such cases, it’s usually because there’s a lot of heat going on.

 

What about in your appointment setting campaign? Is there are danger to treating it the same way? Are their cases where you just have to make do with what you know about your target market? Can you plan a course during the heat of the moment? What are the things you can’t possibly go without?

 

Continue reading

Restocking B2B Marketing Resources – Part 2

Previously, you learned that today’s B2B marketing eats up a variety of resources and how to replenish them. Part covered telemarketing so now we’re going to discuss the different resources of email.

 

Continue reading

Outsourced Appointment Setters – Veterans in a New War

Some say war never ends. It just takes different shapes. The weapons change. The casualties change. Even the drama change. What doesn’t change are the conflict and the soldiers fighting in it.

 

Marketing is that conflict. In an age where information values even higher than guns and goons, everyone is scrambling to deliver the most relevant information. Only then can attention be gained, appointments are made, and your salespeople score victory. Still, not everyone can be a seasoned soldier in this field. That’s why you outsource.

 

But how is it that the people with no fighting experience ever manage to direct those who do? Is it really possible for you to work with a company that seems to know a lot more than you?

 

Continue reading

Using Outsourced Telemarketing Companies for Personal Invitations

Okay, maybe ‘personal’ is a bit of a stretch. Outsourcing telemarketers to send out your birthday invitations sounds like something out of the 50s.

 

By personal, it simply means the business connections and networks you’ve personally built up. You’re proud of the connections you worked so hard to make. Despite that, it can be harder to get in touch with everybody as that network grows bigger in size. What if you or your business wants to announce a new product? What if you’re attending a convention and want everyone to know?

 

This is where outsourcing normally comes in. There’s only so much ‘personal’ action you can take before you’re crushed under the weight.

 

Continue reading

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...