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Fourteen years ago this month, Jim and I started this adventure we call Vendere Partners.Read More
In the services world, you typically have sales and delivery of those services. More often than not, those divisions are silo’ed with limited communication and tons of frustration. Delivery develops a hatred for all sales people and sales develops a sense that delivery cannot deliver on time or budget regardless. The purpose here is to outline some ways we recommend to ensure sales and delivery are on the same page.Read More
The information technology industry is one of the top industries that benefit from appointment setting, mostly because it relies so heavily on building a relationship of trust with potential clients. But trust is not born overnight. It requires time, patience, and a whole lot of communication. But none of these things can be accomplished without first getting your foot in the door.Read More
If you like cold calling, you’re in the minority. For most people, the number of connections made and the number of appointments set just don’t make up for the emotional taxation that results from the many hang-ups, dismissals and unreciprocated voice-mails that are endured.
Let’s not even discuss the sobering moments that occur when cold callers are forced to go through the data and reports that reveal their progress—how hard they’re working and the seemingly low number of successes being achieved—and what those moments do to their psyches.Read More
Successful appointment setting campaigns have relatively little to do with setting sales appointments. (Isn’t it about time that somebody came out and said it?) The truth is that appointment setting has a lot more to do with identifying opportunities accurately; that is, it has a lot more to do with qualifying and scoring leads appropriately and gauging the value of potential engagements before setting appointments than it does with actually setting appointments.
Obviously, you need to set sales appointments in order to make transactions and purchases happen. That stated, the steps that you take prior to setting sales appointments are just as or more important as the appointments you make because they determine the value of appointments and the potential of opportunities and keep you from wasting time and money.Read More
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There are plenty of articles out there on how to be successful at appointment setting, but how many articles have you read on how to be unsuccessful at appointment setting? At Vendere Partners, we’ve developed a tongue-in-cheek list of 10 things you can do to ensure that you become a complete and total appointment setting disaster. We hope it gives you a few chuckles—and maybe a few insights, too.
Here at Vendere Partners, we make more than 10,000 touches per day to IT professionals across the US. On a quarterly basis, we provide insights into where we are having success, solutions that are hot in the market, and areas in which there are opportunities. All information is derived through the many conversations we have on behalf of our customers (and from the results of those conversations).
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
The challenges B2B companies face when it comes to appointment setting are no joke. After all, if not enough appointments are set, it’s practically guaranteed that not enough sales will occur. That doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy making fun of the process every once in a while! Below are six appointment setting-inspired sales jokes that will help you make light of your appointment setting woes.