Users like access to the LinkedIn network through search filters to identify decision-makers at specific companies. Users also like that it allows you to reach out through InMail, which is more likely to create engagement than other types of communication like email or cold calls. Some users said that company names are sometimes misspelled and the filters don’t always work correctly. To read in-depth user reviews, visit our Sales Navigator reviews page.
Use a tool. You should not be explaining everything about your opportunity or whatever it is you have to sell over the phone, point them to a video, sizzle call, event in their area, anything but you try to explain it all over the phone. You can say “The first step to see if this is even a fit for you is to watch our short overview video at ________________”
Data from D&B Hoovers comes straight from the D&B database, which is considered one of the most reliable sources of business intelligence, especially for mid- to large-sized businesses. D&B Hoovers doesn’t re-verify information at purchase like UpLead, but is generally considered to be reliable, as the D&B database is updated over five million times per day and is the primary source that other services often use for verification.
Get them to watch a company presentation and then ask them what they liked about what they saw. One of the, if not THE, best question to ask a bought MLM lead is: “What has recently changed in your life that has you open to a home business?” This question is frigging awesome to get them to open up. If your upline has not provided you with a place to purchase MLM leads for practice and to work with, I have a partnership with Responsive Data where you can buy MLM leads on this site. I have personally bought from this site and the leads are good quality but like I said, you STILL have to treat them like a lead, not a laydown sale. My favorite type are the local leads as I think it is a bonus if I can say I live in their area.
Buying MLM leads can be a great way to get experience and possible signups. However, it isn’t something I always wanted to have to do, I wanted to learn how to generate my OWN MLM leads, IF you want to learn that skill, be sure to ask my business manager about our open mastermind/workshop we are putting on in Florida in January. You can reach him at [email protected]
Build an email list. There is a system for working with leads. The first step is getting them to be aware of and take an interest in what you have—by visiting your website, for example. The next best step is to ask your leads to sign up for your email list. You can get them to sign up by offering something for free, such as a report or something useful, from your website. For instance, if you're selling wellness products, then you might offer a guide to good-for-you ingredients or recipes. This will allow you to communicate with your prospects and provide valuable information related to your business and the general field that it's in, such as special sales, events, news, and research—and stay top-of-mind to your past, current, and possible future customers. Just be sure that you're following the laws and regulations regarding email marketing.
FindEmails includes simple, no-frills search features allowing users to identify contact information for leads at their target companies. It also includes an email verification service that allows users to upload their own lead lists to verify the email addresses of existing prospects. FindEmails is a much more basic service than UpLead or D&B Hoovers, but is useful for simple prospecting at specific target companies.
Networking, as it used to be called, is a pretty thankless task. The conventional approach to networking was to start with the network of friends and colleagues that you already have; friends and family, your existing clients, your contacts at the squash club and so on. Most people feel uncomfortable pitching to friends and family, unless you have an unbeatable idea or concept, but if that was the case, then lead generation would not be a problem