Tag Archives: B2B Outbound Marketing

Outbound Telemarketing Script Tips

By Daniela McVicker, Guest Blogger

outbound telemarketing script Outbound telemarketing can be a powerful marketing tool if you know how to approach the customers. While speaking directly to clients can help you seal the deal, you first need to know how to keep their attention during the conversation.

The goal is to find the balance between coming on too strong and portraying yourself as hesitant and insecure. Finding that balance can be a tricky business but with the right techniques, the results can be mind-blowing. Try out these useful tips which can help you create a perfect outbound telemarketing script. Continue reading

How to Write an Outbound Telemarketing Script

By Julie Kramme, Sales Executive

So, you’ve decided to use outbound calling as part of your sales and/or marketing strategy…You’ve acquired a list of prospects to call, and you know what you want the outcome of those calls to be. Now you need to develop a message for your telemarketing staff to effectively convey on your behalf…You need a telemarketing script. But what does that look like?

What should be included in a telemarketing script?

For some call center agents, a traditional script that tells your agent what you want to say and how you want them to say it, works very well – especially for those new to the game who are still building confidence. The challenge with traditional scripting is that with time and repetition, message delivery can get a bit stale. So, how can we prevent that? Through training and motivation, or course! But that’s not the only way…
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Augment Your Sales Pipeline: Outbound Lead Generation

By Megan Hottman, Brand Evangelist

Outbound lead generation One of the services we specialize in is outbound lead generation. We provide thousands of qualified leads to our clients on a daily basis. One of the activities that drives the demand for our services is pipeline management. In most organizations, sales pipeline management is an activity owned by the Sales VP or Director. We partner with those individuals to assist them with keeping their sales pipeline as full as possible – ensuring they are in a position to achieve their sales goals every month. Continue reading

How to Calculate Call Center Outsourcing Cost: Outbound

By Angela Garfinkel, President

Call centers price their services in a myriad of ways, but the two primary cost structures are “per hour” and “per minute”. Outbound call programs are typically priced per hour. Inbound call handling programs are priced hourly if the team of call center agents are dedicated to the client, or per minute if the call center agents are shared with other clients. In this article, I’ll share how to calculate call center outsourcing cost for outbound calls.

Outbound call center outsourcing cost

There are typically 4 different components that you will see on a call center invoice.

  • Telemarketing hours
  • Training hours
  • Setup fee
  • Monthly management fee

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Why You’re not just doing B2B Appointment Setting

By  A.J. Windle, Director of Operations

B2B Appointment SettingHave you ever changed a tire? Seems pretty easy when you say it, but have you ever thought about how much work goes into something so simple? First you have to brave the weather and if you live where I do that could be a lot of work in itself. Then you have to make sure you have the right tools to do the job. You’ll need a jack for the car, potentially gloves and a spare tire. You have to jack up the car, take off the lug nuts, pull the tire off, put the new tire on, tighten the lug nuts, release the jack and put everything back. What seemed simple is much more complex.

B2B appointment setting is very similar. It seems easy at first glance. However, if misjudge the task as easy, then you will most certainly be disappointed. At Quality Contact Solutions we are experts at B2B appointment setting and here are a few items you’ll need to keep in mind to make sure your B2B appointment setting program doesn’t go flat. Continue reading