One of the biggest steps in a business is finding a good source for revenue and traffic. Finding business opportunity seekers as leads can be difficult because you don’t want to lose money and time.
Make sure you understand your company and what type of person would want to get involved in your company. Sometimes business opportunity seekers are not going to be the right fit because many of them have got into that situation because of desperation or a lack of determination.
Many want all the results without all of the hard work. So you have to decide what you really want with these leads and make sure they are not going to be a customer service headache.
Make sure that you trust the company you are purchasing leads from and get to know their background. One of the worst things you could experience is a call to a lead that has been contacted at least four or five times by competition, which leaves you with little room for error on your side.
You really need to know the whole path that these leads come to you in your inbox or else you are just guessing. If they get good copy that can explain your program well then they already have a level of trust that makes it easier for you to sell.
So if you can get past any anger and have a realistic conversations with them then make sure that you at the very least give them solid information that explains your service or get them on an email list. You don’t always have to sell them to start getting closer to more money.
Often these business opportunity leads are difficult to sell right away. Your best bet is to get them into an email or RSS list that will inspire them to buy from you.
If you really want to be confident on your leads then you need to study them to make sure they are worth your time and effort. Then you won’t question the quality of your leads, but only the quality of your sales.
Author: Myles KruegerThis author has published 25 articles so far.