Time Saving Tools- Heat Seeking Call Lists

Part II of III

The following series on time saving tools with your email and contact databases will help you explore the most efficient and productive systems that essentially cut mindless work at the knees.

Cold calls hurt the soul and take several layers of tough skin to power through, without seriously snapping at someone over the phone and jeopardizing the reputation of your company.

We have combined the click-through feedback of your email campaigns, with a call list generating tool, that allows you to create call lists of only those who have shown true interest in what you had to say via email. So, odds are if they took the time to read and click about on your email, they have a pulse that is worth looking into.

These call lists can be manipulated however you like. You can create a call list with data from every one of your campaigns, or single campaigns, and then from there choose a combination of Hot, Warm, or Mild leads to contact. During the call list generation process you can also choose to delegate portions of the work to any one of the Swiftpage users under your account.

If you follow up your email marketing campaigns with a call back or have a sales floor of talent, why not only spend your valued time going after the tried and true of the email curious.

Click Here for more info on Call Lists

About Dan Ogdon

Dan has been with Swiftpage since 2006 and has a passion for delivering solutions to companies that increase the value of their product offerings. Dan is an avid fly fisherman and spends any time he can with his growing family.

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