The Global Associates B2B Appointment Setting Services constantly strive to get in touch with the decision makers in order to obtain appointments for their clients. The job of pursuing the ultra-busy decision makers is never easy and B2B appointment setting services often lament about the lack of responsiveness on the part of these all important people. It gets pretty frustrating if the people sitting in the top positions fail to respond to your e-mails or to call you back after you have spent so many hours pursuing them hard to finally get an audience with them. It seems that all your effort has gone up in smokes, everything is lost.
Meaning of a lost lead:
Once a customer fails to respond to your Email or phone call, it feels that all the time you invested in qualifying the lead has gone waste, that you have lost a promising lead. This means that you would have to invest your time elsewhere and look for fresh opportunities. This means that you would start from the scratch, always a costly affair. However, is the situation really so alarming, so hopeless?
Readjust your viewpoint:
If you change your viewpoint, you may not find the situation that drastic. There could be so many reasons for this lack of responsiveness on the part of your client. Perhaps the decision maker is just not finding time to respond to your written communication. Perhaps they prefer talking on phone or meeting you personally before taking a final decision. Giving a knee-jerk reaction would serve no purpose; try calling them if they don’t respond to your e-mails, and ask them their preferred communication medium. B2B appointment setting services would benefit more by getting through to the decision maker; it would give them a chance to still be able to take an appointment and take the process forward.
Convincing the decision makers to grant an audience to their clients is the final objective of B2B appointment setting services. Ascertaining the preferred communication medium of the customer is one of the first steps towards that end for the appointment setters.