In terms of generating qualified sales leads, building rapport between you and business prospects is an important activity to do. After all, getting into the good side of business prospects is an aim that we ought to reach in all our activities. Building rapport is integral in our lead generation campaigns. Without it, we will not be able to generate the B2B leads that we need, not to mention failing to get interact effectively with customers. So, how will you do it?
- Personalize – from your emails sent to the telemarketing calls you make, you need to have some level of personalization to your prospects. Nothing could irritate a prospect more than receiving a “Dear Sir/Madam” letter, or a totally scripted call. Keep away from that practice.
- Advice – sometimes, give out business advice and marketing tips for free. This is against the common practice of give and take. While it might seem like an unnecessary expense in the long run, it is actually a good investment in building business rapport.
- Deliver – this is the point where the sale is made or the deal is struck. At this point, you might be lured to simply just deliver what you agreed on. Be careful: this is the point where your business prospect decides whether to do business with you again or not. So better impress, that will keep you their business.
Follow these business tips, and it will be easier for your lead generation and appointment setting campaign to perform. It will be to your benefit.