This infographic shows what works and what not when you approach marketers to sell technology or vendor services.
These best practices are compiled from lead generation campaigns targeting marketers from 2010-2013, including 1.45 million call and email attempts, and more than 20,000 conversations with marketing executives. These calls resulted in more than 830 qualified appointments and $4.8 million in revenue generated. Source: Leadjen
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