We get it: it’s easy to get caught up in the daily “to-do list” of B2B sales. Make the calls, send the emails, enter the CRM data. Just check the items off the list and you’re done for the day!
Except checklist sales reps don’t close deals. Today’s modern buyer wants more than someone who copy and pastes a generic email template and maybe (if they’re lucky) personalizes the introduction.
Keep in mind that you’re not the only person trying to sell your prospect something. If you want your B2B sales follow-up to be the one that gets your prospect’s attention, you need to get creative. Here are three solid strategies for upping the engagement factor.