Convert More Website Leads into Customers

So you have a website.  You’ve even hired someone to get you on the “first page of google.” 

Well, in the B2C environment, most customers tend to do a bit of online research before actually placing an order, and the same is equally true, if not more so, with B2B customers. What this means is that even if your company uses marketing automation tools that allow you to identify potential customers and provide you with insight into the types of goods or services that they are interested in, if you don’t time your follow-up just right, you could risk either scaring them off or letting the lead go cold.

Much in the same way that Mrs. X might want to check with her husband before ordering the latest laborsaving device online, those who work in procurement often have to seek approval before placing an order, even if the value of the order isn’t huge. Calling a B2B prospect within a few hours of the prospect’s visit to your website, therefore, is unlikely to generate a sale.

In terms of the best time of day to follow up, experts believe that after 3:30 p.m. is most productive, because even though customers might not actually place an order at this time, they are generally more open to arranging a telephone appointment for the following day. Perhaps surprisingly, Mondays are the worst day of the week to follow up and Fridays are far and away the best.

Timing, as they say, is everything, and that is never truer than in the world of online B2B marketing!

Now that you know when to follow up, Call Coach Roger now to learn what to say when you DO call.  Simply dial 281-937-7196 or email me at Rboneno@AdviCoach.com and get my free report:  “7 Phone Objections that you must be ready to handle.”

www.RogerBoneno.com

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