Superhuman Prospecting Blog
In our 21st century digital world, you hear the saying “cold calling is dead”, quite a bit.
We are here to tell you that’s simply not true. Technology may have changed the landscape, but if you love revenue, you should love cold calling too!
Written by VP of Operations, Vernon Madison. Every day is still a new adventure. From the days of trying to find toilet paper, to now waiting in long lines for food. The initial shock of the global economy being hit hard with an invisible enemy is over, but what does that mean for your business now? While change has always been the only constant in business, we’ve never felt a change like this – and its still happening. We know this pandemic has forced some
By CEO of Superhuman Prospecting (SHP), Ryan Pereus. Published May 7, 2020. What makes the best cold caller ever? The “cold calling” skill is key in the sales development rep tool kit. The ability to convert conversations with stakeholders or decision makers is so essential to the effectiveness of sales people as much of the prep work and planning is designed to get you to this critical conversation. I asked those in my network on LinkedIn what they thought were the top traits of the
Last week, we confronted the single greatest week of uncertainty from clients and potential clients we have ever faced as a company in the last 3 years of providing outsourced, sales development prospecting calls. It sucked. However, our team at Superhuman Prospecting didn’t waiver. We accepted, learned, adapted. Many of our team members met together to share stories, experiences, results, and adjustments made. Collectively, we had the best week of appointment setting in recent history. While we have typically held our cards close, here is
As of today, COVID-19, the novel Coronavirus has infected only .0013% of the Earth’s population, and yet we are already seeing industry impacts worldwide. Last week, we heard several international and domestic trade shows were cancelled due to the virus. Many businesses are depending on industry trade shows as a primary source for their networking, lead generation, appointment setting, and ultimately sales to grow their businesses. Attendees are looking for vendors that can help them with processes, growth, products, technology, compliance, and more. It can be projected there will