Sales Targeting | Sales Conversion Analysts on salesconversion.dondalrymple.com

We know that everyone is not your customer. A lot of time, money and energy can be wasted in the wrong places and with the wrong people if your sales approach lacks strong sales targeting.

Anyone can mass email, blast aimlessly or waste people’s attention and time. It takes more strategic thinking and effort to dial in how to target your prospective customers and start the conversations with them based on who they are and how they like to engage.

It’s why we work on the sales conversion strategy with thorough effort and attention to the data that your buyers generate from their responses or lack thereof. Analysis of the data and designing the strategy take a lot of work and it is the preparation which allows your investment in your selling pay off. It is aiming in the right direction with the right approach.

We start with sales targeting and then test out our assumptions by executing sales as a partner to drive sales conversations. As we are working the sales process, we are learning, assimilating and refining the approach based on the data that comes back from your audience engagement.

Selling has a lot of moving pieces but there is usually a sales process which emerges and matches how people like to buy. That creates the funnel we are looking for to set up sales conversations with your business development people that can manage the conversation and drive sales conversion deals.

You can just try harder and work. But if you assume that you are likely not dialed in efficiently and that there is a way to approach your customers with much higher probabilities for having relevant sales conversations, then take a step back. Analyze what is happening first. Get some conclusions. Test your assumptions. Build something that will flow continuously for your sales pipeline.

Would you want to optimize your sales targeting?


Originally published at salesconversion.dondalrymple.com on November 15, 2016.