How do I ensure that my leads are qualified in online sales?

By: Gabriela Jaimes Galindo

A lead is a person who, at some point, provides us with their information, becoming a contact we can follow, segment, and take action to guide them through our sales process.

To capture and nurture them in our database, we employ various marketing strategies, tactics, and actions. The greatest challenge in this process is ensuring that leads are “qualified,” meaning they meet certain requirements to facilitate their conversion. For example, if your lead is a dog owner, and you sell items for cats, you won’t achieve positive results.

How to Generate Qualified Leads with Keybe KB:

Here are some tips to ensure you have both quantity and quality in your lead generation:

  1. Clearly Define Your Buyer Persona

Understanding who you are addressing will allow you to create relevant content and offers.

  1. Implement a Lead Qualification Process

This process should determine if a lead is sufficiently qualified to become a customer, making your time and your sales team’s more productive. Factors to consider include the lead’s interest in your product or service, their budget, and their decision-making ability.

  1. Use Tools to Assist in Qualification

There are many tools available, such as Keybe, that can help you gather information about leads, including their primary, demographic, and personality data. These tools can also help place leads in your sales funnel with KB funnels.

  1. Align Your Marketing and Sales Teams

Both departments must be involved in the process. Marketing attracts people who will become leads and ensures they move through the funnel. Sales takes the final steps to convert a lead into a customer. Coordination between these departments is crucial to avoid inefficiencies. Your team should also be knowledgeable about lead qualification and your qualification process.

How to Generate Qualified Leads with Keybe KB:

Tools for Lead Generation:

  1. Downloadable Documents
  2. Landing Pages
  3. Forms
  4. Chat
  5. Pop-Ups
  6. Social Media
  7. CTAs (Call to Actions)
  8. Subscriptions
  9. Influencers
  10. Paid Advertising
  11. Blogs
  12. Offline Actions (events, traditional media, street marketing).

In conclusion, consider this reflection: It’s not that you’re not selling; it may be that you’re selling to the wrong people.

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