January 23, 2021  
 
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If you're a business that sells to soil services businesses, lead lists might be a smart investment that gives legs to your sales strategy.

Remember: soil services businesses are diverse operations with unique needs and circumstances.
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Despite the fact that lead lists can streamline the sales cycle, to achieve maximum ROI it's important to buy quality lists from proven list providers.

Finding Good Prospects

There is no single method for successfully generating leads in a B2B business. Customer referrals, industry contacts and other strategies can be found throughout the industry.

But even though a handful of quality leads are enough to prime the pump, you will ultimately need an ongoing source of leads to satisfy your sales unit's craving for new prospects. Lead lists deliver a constant supply of soil services business contacts as well as features that enable you to increase conversion rates.

What to Do With the Lead Lists You've Purchased

Hiring a great lead list provider is a good start. Of equal importance is the way your organization uses lead lists in the sales cycle. To maximize ROI, you'll need to coordinate the use of your soil services business lists across multiple business units including sales, marketing and possibly even IT (online strategies). You'll need to research your vendor's use restrictions before you make any firm plans, but whenever possible, apply the leads you purchase to multiple marketing channels.

What Companies Sell Leads?

Google is often business owners' first stop when they're looking for a lead list provider. Although online searches have value, they don't tell the whole story. Many online vendors are big on promises and short on execution, so it's important to verify each provider's claims and references.

Over the years, we've seen a lot of lead list vendors come and go, but we have been consistently impressed with Experian. One of the reasons we like Experian is because they have a database of more than 14 million U.S. businesses. Companies that sell to soil services businesses rave about Experian's ability to deliver updated leads that have been filtered to meet precise geographic and demographic criteria.

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