November 25, 2020  
 
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Direct marketing and telemarketing are core components of sales strategies focused on decorative glass businesses. But before you can close the sale, you need to develop great leads -- and decorative glass business lead lists are the right tools for the job.

It's a widely accepted fact that your company's lead generation approach needs to be as strong and robust as possible.
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In many cases, businesses that offer products and services decorative glass businesses struggle to meet their self-imposed lead quotas. Fortunately, buying leads can solve this challenging problem.

Process for Selecting a Lead List Partner

B2B sellers that rely on lead lists are advised to interview several prospects before settling on a provider. During the interview, you'll need to determine whether or not the provider is capable of delivering lists of contacts that have been filtered and updated within the past thirty days. This is especially important for decorative glass businesses since business turnover and failures are an everyday, industry occurrence. If you aren't sure where to begin your search, we recommend starting with Experian. Experian is a reputable vendor with a documented background in producing high converting leads for the B2B sector.

Leads vs. Prospects

If you've hired a quality lead list vendor, your provider will deliver an updated lead list that has been sorted according to company size, years in business, zip code and other criteria. But your work isn't done yet. Unless you are using the lists for mass marketing campaigns (e.g. direct mail), you'll need to qualify the contacts through telemarketing calls or sales calls. Since the decorative glass business contacts have been distilled from a larger pool of updated prospects, you'll have better higher conversion rates -- but you'll still need to expend energy to achieve maximum return on your investment.

Using Lead Lists to Sell to Decorative Glass Businesses

Compared to businesses in other industries, decorative glass businesses expect multichannel messaging about the products and services that are important to them. Although businesses in this industry appreciate the ability to quickly locate equipment and supplies when they need them, they also expect B2B companies to proactively educate them about product offerings.

Lead lists enable selling success because they are highly accurate prospect directories that can be utilized in a variety of seller-initiated activities including direct mail, telemarketing, sales calls and online channels.

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