January 23, 2021  
 
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It's a given that there's no such thing as a sure thing. Yet lead lists are an effective resource that can get you on the radar of social and human services businesses.

The harder your sales force works, the more conversions they will achieve. Companies that are proactive about acquiring fresh social and human services business leads have a clear advantage relative to companies that adopt a more passive approach.
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To maximize speed and efficiency, the industry's top sellers know that it's important to buy sales lead databases provided by top lead vendors.

Should You Buy Lead Lists?

Any B2B organization can benefit from lead lists. Yet the organizations that benefit the most from third-party leads are revenue-minded enterprises with a passion for reaching (and exceeding) their sales goals. If growth is on the agenda, social and human services businesses lead lists are an invaluable resource for expanding your contact base in a relatively short period of time.

Use Your Lead Lists for Both Marketing and Sales

If you limit the use of social and human services business lead lists to direct mail and cold calling, you're not getting the best possible return for your investment. A well-crafted lead list can serve as a collaborative resource for sales, marketing and other business divisions. For example, after you have acquired a lead list that has been differentiated geographically, your marketing division could test a handful of marketing concepts in each area. If the marketing division's efforts are coordinated with the sales division, you could then determine which marketing concepts have the highest conversion rates in each area before launching a full-scale, one-size-fits-all campaign.

Making the Most of Your Lead List Vendor's Capabilities

These days, relationships are a primary factor in your company's success. Your relationship with your lead list provider is no different than any other business relationship. By nurturing a relationship with a proven vendor, you gain the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your lists include highly accurate social and human services business contacts.

When it comes to lead lists, we often refer our readers and business partners to Experian. Experian has a proven reputation for delivering high converting leads across a range of industries. Even more, their social and human services business leads can be filtered to accommodate your specific geographic and demographic (size of company, number of employees, years in business, etc.) sales goals.

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