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4 Lead Nurturing Email Workflows You Can Use at Each Stage of the Buyer’s Journey

Posted by LeadG2

June 23, 2017

First, what’s a “workflow”? It’s used by HubSpot and others to describe a series of automated emails that are sent to contacts for lead nurturing. 

You probably already have workflows set up around your premium content campaigns, sending follow-up emails with content related to what a prospect downloaded or signed up to receive. (If not, get on that! It’s a great place to start with lead nurturing.)

But workflows can be especially effective when they’re tied to a prospect’s stage in the buyer’s journey. Prospects who’ve done considerable research and are already familiar with what you offer need something different than those who have just started looking at different options to solve their issue. Here are four workflows you can use at each stage of the buyer’s journey.

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Topics: lead nurturing, inbound marketing, lauramacpherson, lead nurturing for a staffing agency, staffing agency marketing

How Many Times Should I Follow Up With an Inbound Lead?

Posted by Dani Buckley

March 3, 2017

As with most marketing and sales questions, there is a short and long answer to this question. The short answer is: as many times as it takes. The longer answer isn’t quite so black and white.

Let’s start with exploring why someone would ask this question in the first place. What I’ve found in my many years, working with companies of all shapes and sizes, is that there is a natural inclination to treat inbound (or website or marketing) leads very differently than prospects identified and cultivated by individual salespeople. This is especially true for those industries that still rely heavily on cold calling.

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Topics: lead nurturing, inbound marketing, danibuckley, inbound sales

7 Step Lead Generation Process — Step 6: Cultivate

Posted by LeadG2

November 6, 2015


When LeadG2 first started marketing to prospects, one of the things that immediately resonated with companies was the fact that we had a detailed process that outlined specifically how we achieve success for our clients.

As lead generation experts, we firmly believe that developing and implementing a lead generation strategy is not just something that happens magically—it relies on having a consistent process that can be repeated time and time again. Don't get me wrong, this is not a cookie cutter approach to lead generation. The 7 Step Lead Generation Process is a starting point for all of our conversations while we are planning each client’s strategy. 

Several of our clients have mentioned to us that they felt more at ease knowing a sound strategy was in place rather than us just winging it. It’s best for everyone when there is a documented process that can be referred to. This is also a large part of our educational efforts with our clients as we guide them through how to conduct their first lead generation campaigns.

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Topics: lead nurturing, lead generation, inbound marketing, sales cycle

You Don’t NEED Inbound Marketing

Posted by Dani Buckley

July 29, 2015

I spend a lot of time talking to people about their business needs, and if there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that nobody needs inbound marketing. Just like nobody needs TV advertising, or retargeting ads, or email marketing, or sponsored LinkedIn posts. What we need are more customers, new revenue streams, more leads, better leads, more renewals, more referrals, and so on and so on.

The point here is that we don’t need marketing; marketing is the solution to the problems we have… our real needs.

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Topics: lead nurturing, lead generation, inbound marketing, danibuckley, lead intelligence

How to Re-Engage Cold Leads

Posted by Kathleen O. Celmins

December 19, 2014

Someone filled out the form to download your latest eBook. You took a look, and noticed that they are the definition of a marketing qualified lead. Excellent! You reach out to them. Silence. You reach out again. Still more silence. You know that it takes multiple points of contact to make a connection, so you try again.

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Topics: lead nurturing, Sales

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