A new LeadGenius to help your business grow

When we started LeadGenius, our goal was to combine the power of our amazing worker community with world-class technology in order to help our clients find and reach out to the best targeted leads for their businesses.  Today we’re launching the first major product update to LeadGenius since we launched last summer.

The team has spent the last several months speaking with our customers and our global worker community about how to extend our virtual work platform to make LeadGenius the must-have SAAS product for companies doing sales prospecting and outreach.  It was pretty clear that incorporating more data into the product was critical to making this happen.  So we took a fresh view of the current dashboard, rethought the customer experience, and infused the product with readily available and relevant data.

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After logging in, you’ll see some of the most critical data front-and-center: number of leads, cost per lead, and basic funnel metrics to name a few.  You can view an overview of your campaigns or drill down into lead prospecting or outreach to understand your ROI.  Communication with the project management team has been streamlined: we’ve taken out some little-used functionality and made it easier to follow topic threads.  And we’ve made it easier to access lead and outreach data and download it for use in your CRM.

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This release also comes with a number of improvements behind the scenes, including better tools for both our worker community and account management teams to monitor campaign performance.  Because of our roots in workforce management, we’ve built an incredibly robust platform to manage large crowds of teams effectively, which means that your campaigns benefit greatly from the combination of collective intelligence and super-smart technology.

In the coming months we’re going to continue improving the client experience, adding more ways to view and slice your campaign data, and fully integrate with your CRM.  And ultimately, help you close more sales.

If you’d like to see our analytics dashboard in action, contact LeadGenius today for a free demo.

Building Massive Lead Lists Through Outsourcing

This week LeadGenius founder and CEO, Anand Kulkarni, ventured to the east coast to participate in the Sales Hacker Series – Hacking Lead Gen in New York city. His session titled, “Building Massive Lead Lists Through Outsourcing” spoke to an effective way to drive leads by outsourcing prospecting.

 

The Cold Email Template that Got 1 B2B Startup Over 50 New Leads

One of my recent B2B clients offered a great service to SaaS companies, but they HourglassSeeds-300x183weren’t having much luck doing outbound email. They already had a list of contacts, but their cold email response rates were hovering around zero.

They asked me for help improving their outbound emails, and after working together we were able to create an email template that saw 28% response rates, bringing them more than 50 new leads from a single email template.

What Was Wrong With Their Email Templates Before?

Once I saw their email templates, I knew what was wrong almost immediately.

  1. They were way too long, mentioning too much information about themselves. No one wants to read long paragraphs in a cold email.
  2. They were selling too hard, too early. You can’t sell yourself in a cold email. You can’t build enough trust in a cold email to close a sale, so don’t try. All you want the reader to do is get them to click a link or respond to you to schedule a call.
  3. They talked about themselves too much. You need to explain who you are and why you’re emailing someone, but you shouldn’t drone on about yourself. The reader doesn’t care who you are or what you do. They care about things that are valuable to them. Things that save them time or money, make them more money, or reduce risk are interesting to them. You aren’t.
  4. There was nothing specific to the reader. There was absolutely no indication that this wasn’t a mass email. If you want people to treat you like a robot you can write vague and impersonal emails to them, but you’re not going to get many responses from these emails.

The Elements You Need to Craft Great Cold Email Copy

As I mentioned in a previous post, you should be focusing 80% of your efforts on crafting your subject line. The other 20% of your time should go to crafting the body of your cold emails. Pay attention to these points if you want to turn cold emails into customers:

  1. Brevity: Cold emails should be short and sweet. Cut out jargon and irrelevant information. Aim for about 4 sentences or less.
  2. Be Valuable: You won’t get responses if you aren’t relevant to your reader and relevant to the subject of your email. Writing great emails requires understanding your reader and what matters to them. Why should the reader care about you or your company if you don’t offer them value? Do some research on your prospects and talk to existing customers if possible to understand what’s most important to them.
  3. Personalization: The more you can customize the email around the reader (their company, their industry, etc), the more opens and responses you will have. This takes some work, but it really pays off. (Note: this is a great task to outsource to someone doing your lead research.) You should use custom inserts to mention their name or company name several times in the email to appeal to their subconscious. If your contact list is already narrowly targeted, include as much specific relevant language and information as you can in the email, like industry facts. We’ve seen that specifically mentioning their competition in your template using a single sentence like “Our software recently helped <<Competitor Name>> increase their sales by 22%” as a custom insert can increase response rates by 32%. It’s extra work, but it definitely works.
  4. Intrigue: Catch their interest, but leave enough mystery to always leave them wanting more. The purpose of the subject was just to get them to read your email, and the body’s purpose is compel them to respond. You don’t need to sell them (in fact you shouldn’t in the early emails!); you just need to get them to talk to you.
  5. Call to Action: Always have a simple and clear call to action. You don’t want it to be complicated or make your reader think too much because that gives them more reasons to say no. When cold emailing, your only goal is to get them to click on a link or schedule a call; nothing more. Everything in your email has been leading up to the call to action, so don’t screw it up by making it unclear or complicated. Finish strong.

Example of the cold email that got 28% response rate from 183 B2B companies:

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Why was this successful?

  1. The subject line was relevant to the recipient and had clear value (getting more customers). It had an open rate of 67%.
  2. The potential value of the hack to increase said company’s conversion rate is both enticing and intriguing.
  3. The name of the recipient and company were listed multiple times.
  4. The mentioning of the specific SaaS company acted as a potential competitor, and created a sense of urgency and loss aversion in the reader, as well as credibility.
  5. The call to action was very clear.
  6. A 15 minute call is also a low risk commitment for a high potential value.

What happens if I don’t get responses after my first try? Keep Testing! Keep trying! Sending your prospects outbound emails isn’t something you do once. Follow up more and your response rate will continue to grow.  Sometimes a prospect won’t respond until the 7th email or even later. Each followup email you send is a chance for you to iterate and improve your cold emailing skills by testing new subject lines, pitches, timing, and the sequences of your email followups (cold emailing is never a one-off).

If you’d like a team of experts to manage this process for you, contact LeadGenius for a free demo.

Heather R Morgan is a writer and consultant who helps B2B startups improve their copy to get more customers. You can contact her at Heather@salesfolk.com 

Create Predictable Revenue to Triple Your Sales with LeadGenius

predictable_revenueAre you dreaming of tripling your sales?

Authors Aaron Ross and Jason Lemkin explain how to make 300% improvements in your sales in their latest book, “The Predictable Revenue Guide to Tripling Your Sales.” A sequel to the bestseller, “Predictable Revenue,” the authors share their actionable advice for repeatable and proven ways for scaling sales, including how Salesforce added over $1 billion in revenue.

The LeadGenius team is proud to be one of the case studies presented in this new book under the “spears” section. For those unfamiliar with the first “Predictable Revenue Book,” Aaron discusses using “seeds” (customer success), “nets” (inbound marketing), and “spears” (outbound prospecting) to predictably scale sales.

The book mentions how we helped one of our clients dramatically improve their sales by building a filtered list of targets, and making the first contact with those prospects on their behalf. Aaron goes on to explain how outsourcing your prospecting with LeadGenius is unique because of our commitment to quality and ability to closely collaborate with clients.

Sign up for our email newsletter now and receive a free copy of the “Predictable Revenue Guide to Tripling Your Sales” and you’ll learn how:

  • EchoSign grew from $0 in revenue in 2006 to $144 million in 2013.
  • Responsys grew 10x from $20 million to $200 million in only 5 years.
  • Acquia (the #1 fastest growing software company) is adding an extra $30 million in revenue.
Your free copy of “Predictable Revenue Guide to Tripling Your Sales.” is waiting. Download here.

The Real Reason Why People Never Respond to Your Cold Emails

email-failEver wonder why your cold emails don’t get many responses? Getting high response rates from cold emails isn’t a myth, but it’s not magic either. Focusing on one simple element of your cold emails will more than triple your response rates.

Why Subject Lines Are Gatekeepers & How to Get Past Them

The subject line is the most important part of your cold email, so you should not ignore it. Many people see subject lines as an after thought for their email outreach, but these people craft poor emails that few people will respond to.

If you want to see results from your cold emails, you should be spending 80% of your time on the subject line.

Why?

Well, if your response rates are really low, people probably aren’t even opening your emails because your subject line sucked. You have ZERO CHANCE of getting email responses if people never even open your emails.

How to Write Subject Lines that Get High Response Rates

When writing cold emails, you should spend time drafting a list of subject lines. When planning my cold emails, I often create a list of 20-100 subject lines. Some of my subject lines are better than others.

The key is not perfection, but getting your ideas onto paper. Before writing your cold emails, spend 5 to 10 minutes writing a long list of subject lines. After you’ve finished you can look at them and highlight or circle which ones are the best. By picking 3-5 great subject lines you can craft a batch of powerful cold emails all at once. Sometimes you can even use the subject lines in the body of your emails.

Here are the elements that your subject lines should have:

  1. Short & Simple: Be clear and to the point. Try to have 6 words or less.
  2. Personalization: You can use custom inserts to put the company or recipient’s name into the subject line with brackets. Depending on what script you’re using, that will probably look like one of these: <<First_Name>> or [First Name].
  3. Value: Why should the person receiving your mail take the time out of their day to open and read an email from a stranger? Great subject lines require understanding your reader and what matters to them. What are their pain points and what is valuable to them? You don’t have to make them fall in love with you on the subject line, but you do need to give them a reason to desire to open your email and read on.
  4. Camouflage: Mimicking subject lines that the recipient is already used to seeing is an easy way to get a message opened. This is a way to catch them off guard and force them to open your email.
  5. Intrigue: You need to catch their interest, but leave enough mystery to always leave them wanting more. Writing an interesting or unusual subject line will compel your reader to open the email and read on to satisfy their curiosity.

Examples of Subject Lines That Got High Response Rates

Here are some subject lines that have seen more than 25% response rates:

  1. <<First Name>> how is <<Company>>’s product different?
  2. Get <<Company>> more customers in 15 minutes
  3. Quick heads up about <<Company>>’s website
  4. Who’s the best person to talk to? / Can you introduce me?
  5. Found a mistake with <<Company Name>>
  6. Intro: <<My Name>>/<<First Name>>

Why are these subjects so successful?

They all follow elements that we mentioned before. Almost all of them are personalized to the recipient in some way with custom inserts, except for #4, which is intriguing and camouflages with the types of emails the recipient already receives. Subjects #2, #3, #5, and #6 all entice the reader with very clear value; some more intriguing than others.

Messages Still Not Getting Responses? Why You Need to Track Your Cold Emails.

Do you think you’re writing great subject lines, but still aren’t getting many responses?

This is exactly why you need to track your cold emails. If you’re using email tracking software like Yesware, you can see exactly how many of your emails are getting opened. If you aren’t using tracking software, start now.

You can’t see how effective your subject lines are or aren’t if you aren’t tracking email opens.

High open rates with low conversions (responses or clicking links) mean the body of your email needs work. Low opens means the subject sucks.

Why Timing Matters a Lot For Email Response Rates

Okay, you’ve learned to write amazing email subjects, but your cold emails still aren’t getting responses. What to do now?

Well, assuming your emails aren’t going straight to spam, (which you should always test by sending emails to yourself or colleagues at personal accounts) you might be sending emails at the wrong time. Some times of day and certain days of the week are better to send cold emails than others.

You want people to get your emails at times when they are the most available and receiving the least amount of emails in their inbox. Based on our own experience, we’ve seen that Saturdays, Sundays, and Thursdays are typically good times to send outbound emails. In fact, Saturday evenings have consistently driven some of the best results we’ve seen yet.

Why We Love Sending Our Cold Emails on Saturday Evenings

There’s a few reasons we believe it works so well.  Because we’re often emailing startup founders, this is a time when they tend to be checking their emails without as much pressure and other commitments as they have during the week. Also, getting Saturday evening emails may signal that the person emailing them is also a hard worker like them.

Note: You don’t actually have to send the emails on Saturday evening. You can use software and scripts to schedule your mail merges to run at different times.

Every audience is different, and you should always test sending at different times for yourself if you want to achieve the best results.

If you’d like a team of experts to manage this process for you, contact LeadGenius for a free demo.

Guest Contributor: Heather R Morgan is a writer and consultant who helps B2B startups improve their copy to get more customers. You can contact her at Heather@salesfolk.com

7 risks B2B companies should avoid with in-house sales prospecting

Building a sales development team from scratch is a difficult and costly process.  Because the ability to fill your pipeline with leads is crucial to your business’ health, it should not be taken lightly. While it makes sense for some larger companies like Adroll to build in-house teams, not all companies are at a point where they can afford the turnover of Sales Development Representatives (SDRs).  Before you decide to build your company’s sales development team in-house and hire SDRs you should first consider these 7 risks.

1. Your Opportunity Cost:

Using SDRs to prospect takes their valuable time away from closing. Outbound prospecting is a long and tedious task that distracts your sales team from executing higher-level work that directly drives revenue. When you target prospects with more than 100 employees it takes 2-4 weeks or longer to develop a new qualified opportunity. Your account executives will close fewer deals if they are busy prospecting. By using sales ineffectively, you will need to hire more salespeople to close the same number of deals as a focused account executive.

Paying SDRs isn’t cheap, so it’s important to utilize their time wisely. According to Glassdoor, the average base salary SDRs in the United States is around $58,000. It takes about 1-3 months for inside account executives to be fully trained and ramped up, and up to 6-18 months for enterprise account executives. With base pay around $58,000/year for SDRs, your company is spending between $5000-$14,000 on getting each SDR up to speed, not to mention other resources you spend on training them. The national median for enterprise account executive base salary is around $170,000, so you can similarly assume your company spends between $85,000 to $255,000 on an employee ramping up with enterprise sales. Unfortunately sales reps have high turnover in B2B sales. Many B2B salespeople stay in the same position 2 years or less, so it’s difficult to recoup the cost of training and ramp up time, and that’s assuming your hire works out.

2. Juggling Makes You Sloppy:

Having your salespeople juggle too many types of tasks makes them less effective. Aaron Ross, author ofPredictable Revenue, suggests that lumping sales functions together makes metrics like conversion rates and customer success rates murkier. Aaron suggests that your account executives should prospect as little as possible and should never spend more than 20% of their time on prospecting.

If your reps’ goals are unclear and excessive it’s unlikely that they will meet their targets. When this happens regularly it’s difficult to maintain accountability. This also makes it harder to resolve problems because the root cause cannot be easily discerned because there are too many variables.

3. You’re Tarnishing Your Company’s Image:

You want new prospects to see your company as knowledgeable and experienced, but using new SDRs may give the opposite impression. Having untrained sales reps be your company’s first point of contact can result in embarrassment.

There are a hundred ways for reps to turn a potential customer off of your company: long and rambling emails, inept conversations, lack of industry knowledge, and a weak understanding of your product’s benefits. Without proper training and support for prospecting, new reps can make lots of mistakes that will make your prospects think your company is inexperienced.

4. You’re Missing Out on the Bigger Market:

Few experienced sales reps love prospecting. They find it tedious, and usually do a terrible job at it, missing out on much of the market. According to Aaron Ross, reps often don’t go deep enough, hitting 100 accounts only once when they should be contacting 10 prospects 10 times each in order to increase success rates. Giving up too easily on prospects loses clients that could have been won by “pleasant persistence.”

If your business is still somewhat small, your human capital constraints will prevent your in-house prospecting team from scaling quickly, leaving you with a smaller market share. Unless you can afford an army of in-house sales reps to rapidly scale, you should consider more affordable alternatives to capture quality leads. Getting hundreds of hand-picked leads of decision makers verified by humans in your target industries is invaluable for scaling. Doing just that, a growing HR SaaS company saw more leads and got more customers than ever before, with a 1300% increase in leads in only 12 months.

5. You’re Wasting Time with Bad Data:

If you’re buying lead lists, most of the data you’re getting is outdated or low quality. More than 34% of those contacts you purchased may be unusable, and much of the list is often poorly targeted. By using inaccurate data from the start, you waste your sales team’s time by contacting the wrong people and hitting communication dead ends. Instead of reaching the decision maker, your reps are calling or emailing someone who hasn’t worked at that company in over a year.

6. You Have So Much to Learn in So Little Time:

Building a prospecting team from scratch is a time consuming process, and scaling up takes even more work to systemize your processes. Hiring and training your prospectors requires sales leadership and extensive planning to develop consistency. You cannot build a scalable process while using the “sink or swim” approach to train your new hires.

It’s easy to miss important subtleties when you’re new to prospecting like knowing:

  1. How to write effective email copy
  2. How to know the best time to send emails
  3. How to create drip email campaigns
  4. How to write emails that are short enough but not too short
  5. How often to follow up with prospects
  6. How to use the right tone/attitude as to avoid seeming too pushy, threatening or “salesy”
  7. How to pick the right person to contact
  8. How to find out why prospects aren’t interested in your product or service
  9. How to not give up too easily
  10. How to always set up a next step with every point of contact

Missing the mark in these areas will lose you leads if you don’t devote enough time to learning sales best practices. It’s much easier to use people who already have experience with outbound funnels to manage the process for you instead of starting from scratch.

7. You’re Losing Out on Deals!

You could have already gotten more deals through your sales pipeline if you hadn’t wasted so much time figuring out how to build your prospecting team. Start outsourcing your prospecting now, and stop missing out on deals!

Although building in-house prospecting teams can be a practical solution for large companies, chances are you don’t have the budget to withstand the turnover of SDRs if you’re a smaller company.  Smaller companies can reduce the risk and cost of build a prospecting team by relying on outsourced prospecting solutions instead.

Using outsourced prospecting services can help you ramp up your sales cost-effectively. By using a combination of automation, human intelligence and smart data, LeadGenius can provide you with your own on-demand prospecting team to accelerate your sales. With flexible pricing models, LeadGenius has the plan you need to start scaling your sales growth today.

Cold email outreach best practices from around the web

“Not another tips and tricks list!”

There’s no shortage of email tips and tricks. Lists abound all over the internet. Even the narrowly-defined activity of initial email outreach has long lists of advice.

Rather than rehash all the advice that’s out there, here’s a table.

It illustrates what’s helpful, what’s harmful, and what doesn’t make much of a difference either way.

Initial Email Outreach Practices: Best, Worst, and Indifferent


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Most of this is common sense, but did you know…?
  1. Emails with 28-39 characters in the subject line had the highest click rates. (Litmus)
  2. Statistically people will decided within 2 seconds whether an email is worth reading. (SmartInsights)
  3. 89% of consumers would delete an email on mobile that doesn’t look good. (KISSmetrics)
  4. On average, our response rate increases by 50% when we follow up to an unanswered cold email. (Life-long Learner)
 
Good example – Here’s an example using some best practices.

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Bad example – Follow the example below to ensure poor response.

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Conclusion

Short, clear emails are effective. They should be personal and specific. Use the table above and the links below as your reference for writing initial outreach emails.

Sources

Many thanks to the following excellent sources of information:

Econsultancy KISSmetrics Mailchimp
Marketing Land Smart Insights The YouMoz Blog
Yesware Business Insider Ling-long Learner

And big recognition to Litmus for their comprehensive subject-line infographic.

Increase Your Sales Pipeline Effectively

Lead Generation vs Core Business

Successful businesses engage in two very different activities:

  1. Serving current customers, and
  2. Identifying new customers.

The problem is, when you’re focused on serving current customers, you’re doing less to identify new customers. And conversely, when you’re focused on identifying new customers, you’re doing less to serve current customers.

To increase their sales pipelines, many businesses could use help managing their efforts between lead generation (finding & qualifying potential customers) and core business (closing sales & delighting customers).

A chart of these efforts over time looks like an argyle pattern or a series of Xs. No matter how you describe it, tension exists between these activities.

These efforts are efficient.

Predictability breeds efficiency

 
Many businesses could use a healthy dose of predictability. If you spend a set amount of effort on lead generation, then you can devote the majority of your effort to your core business of closing sales and delighting customers.

By injecting predictability into the mix, you can turn that argyle pattern into horizontal stripes. Your sales pipeline is fed continuously. You have plenty of customers to delight—plus time to delight them—and you have a steady stream of potential customers to convert.

These efforts are efficient. But where and how do you inject this predictability.

Increasing your sales pipeline
 
Successful businesses feed their sales pipelines in three complementary ways:
  1. Word-of-Mouth: customer loyalty and referrals -> Many-to-Many
  2. Inbound Marketing: activities and collateral (this blog, for example) -> One-to-Many
  3. Outbound Prospecting: sales lead generation -> One-to-One
Excelling at your core business is what drives customer loyalty and referrals. Plus it provides the foundation for your marketing material. So doing these things really well helps feed your sales pipeline.

Word-of-mouth and inbound marketing are almost self-feeding compared to the effort required for outbound prospecting. For one-to-one sales lead generation to be fruitful, it requires substantial effort. There’s profile definition, there’s channel optimization, there’s message customization, there’s more. There are many moving parts to outbound prospecting.

One-to-one outreach can be hugely effective among your target market. But it can become an enormous burden to seek out those targets. This is where to inject predictability into your lead generation activities.

“What does Customer-Acquisition-as-a-Service have to do with anything?”
 
Customer-Acquisition-as-a-Service can make the volume and quality of your sales leads more predictable. It can feed your sales pipeline with targeted leads at a regular cadence.

Here’s an example: Every week, a caterer uses Customer-Acquisition-as-a-Service to fill its sales pipeline with 150 contacts of decision makers at targets interested in catering. With a predictable supply of targeted leads in the pipeline, the caterer can focus on doing its core business of closing sales and providing catering.

When you tune your pipeline to a regular cadence, you achieve efficiency.

Bottomline
 
You can increase your sales pipeline effectively by injecting predictability into your outbound prospecting efforts. Your business can focus on what you’re good (serving current customers), and you can let someone else focus on what they’re good at (identifying new customers).

We’ll explore more about these topics in future updates. Subscribe to our blog or follow us on Twitter andFacebook to ensure you’re up to date.

Introducing Customer Acquisition as a Service

“Identifying new customers distracts me from serving current customers!”

And serving current customers distracts you from identifying new customers.

You can’t have one without the other. Yet it’s a struggle to do both simultaneously. That’s the catch to running a business. It’s hard to serve current customers and identify new customers at the same time. They’re very different activities. They require very different skill sets.

It seems like a Catch-22, but there’s help…

You want to serve your customers profitably. That’s where your margin is. A big distraction is customer acquisition. That’s part of your “overhead”. Customer acquisition reduces your margin, because it distracts you from doing what you’re in business to do.

Someone else can identify your new customers

You’ve identified your target market and you’re already making things people want. So, spend your time and effort focused on doing that. This focus allows you to delight and retain your existing customers. Meanwhile, someone else is helping you locate who your next customers are.

Large enterprises have people dedicated to customer identification and acquisition. For SMBs, employing such a staff fulltime is unrealistically inefficient. You’ve got to focus on the main part of your business while controlling costs.

Customer acquisition as-a-service helps control costs

SMBs use Software-as-a-Service to control costs. But software is just one thing that can be provisioned this way. Customer acquisition can be a service too, and LeadGenius provides it. LeadGenius employs qualified workers to identify customers for you based on your objectives. You control costs by hiring them only when you need to.

You know what your business does, so you have an idea of the types of customers you’d like to have. The LeadGenius team will consult on the correct channels to utilize to gather information on prospective customers. Then, a team of outreach specialists researches leads based on your criteria. Professionals manage the team and deliver your results. While this is happening, you can focus on other important parts of your business

Outsourced targeting works

A benefits, payroll, and HR outsourcing firm uses LeadGenius to contact 300 new potential customers each week, with an average of about 100 replies and 30 sign-ups for demos. From there, the firm takes over and closes the sale.  Companies with a clear understanding of their goals, objectives and target demographic continue to see positive results. This case study explains how the process works.

Try it

Do what you’re good at. By letting someone else take on the burden of identifying new customers, you can focus on the business of serving, delighting, and retaining your current customers.

Our team will continue to provide resources on customer acquisition. Subscribe to our blog or follow us onTwitter and Facebook to ensure you’re up to date.

TechCrunch: Y Combinator Alum MobileWorks Aims To Make Acquiring Users Easier with LeadGenius

TechCrunch recently reviewed LeadGenius, a MobileWorks service providing customer acquisition as a service– a simplified solution for garnering new users and customers.

Excerpt from the article:

If you’re a company looking to drum up some new users, the process seems simple enough — you shell out your monthly fee depending on the level of support you need and let the LeadGenius team do its thing. That “thing” naturally involves plenty of conversations.

“They’ll come to us and talk about where they found their first users and what they look like,” Kulkarni explained. “From there we discuss where to find reproducible sources of users.” Once that team has dug into the meat of a business, they’ll start trawling sources like LinkedIn, Kickstarter, and even CrunchBase in search of leads that could stand to benefit from a client’s offerings. Of course, much of that legwork can be invisible to the company that requested it — LeadGenius handles some of the initial outreach and qualification so in the end that client company gets leads to try to seal the deal with.”

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