- Looking to existing relationships
- Targeting by vertical
- Targeting by location
- Focusing on target accounts
A colleague sends you a link to a company that they think would be a good fit for services with your organization. You start looking at the company’s website, and you notice they meet a lot of the secondary criteria of the prospect fit matrix, but they aren’t capturing leads through their website and they don’t sell something that involves a considered purchase process. Based on the prospect fit matrix, is this company a good fit for an inbound retainer?
Both the primary and secondary criteria is important in determining prospect fit, and since the company meets the majority of these, it’s a good fit. The primary criteria is the most important in determining prospect fit. Even though they meet some secondary criteria, it is unlikely to be a good fit. The company already wants […]
You’ve just used a positioning statement with a prospect and they say the situation doesn’t resonate with their company. Should you try again with a different positioning statement?
Be respectful of your prospect and back off. Always come with a backup positioning statement and try again. If the positioning statement didn’t resonate with the prospect, they probably aren’t a good fit. Use this as an opportunity to politely end the call. Yes, but this time, use two positioning statements in a row to […]
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