Green Leads' Founder, CEO and CMO, Mike Damphousse, writes frequently about b2b marketing, demand generation, appointment setting, lead gen, and marketing in general.
The Sales Lead Management Association has opened up voting for the 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management. I'm on the list, so if I've earned your respect in the world of demand gen and lead generation, I'd love your vote.
The list is vast and full of some fantastic peers of mine, and you can only choose 3. So choose wisely. Members of SLMA and non-members are allowed to vote.
Here is the list. If you find someone you want to vote for, click through and place your vote.
Trish Bertuzzi - The Bridge Group Karla Blalock - PointClear Bob Bly - Bly.com April Brown - Rubicon Marketing Group Michael Brown - Purple Pig Consulting Michael A. Brown - Business to Business by Phone Troy Burk - Right On Interactive Brian Carroll - InTouch Jep Castelein - LeadSloth Elisa Ciarametaro - Exceed Sales John Coe - The Sales and Marketing Institute Greg Coleman - LeadQual Lisa Cramer - LeadLife Solutions Richard Cunningham - Right On Interactive Mike Damphousse - Green Leads Debra DeCosta - Direct Marketing Partners Mary Dedrick - Performark Inc John Doerr - Wellesley Hills Group Mike Falkson - eti Sales Support Bob Felsenthal - BtoB Magazine Phil Fernandez - Marketo Susan Friedmann - The Trade Show Coach Andrew Gaffney - DemandGen Report Sanjay Gala - SMARTe Inc. Bill Goldsmith - BP Productions Pete Gracey - AG Salesworks Bernice Grossman - DMRS Group Inc. Gerhard Gschwandtner - Selling Power Ann Handley - Marketingprofs John Hasbrouck - NewLeads Carlos Hidalgo - The Annuitas Group Jay Hidalgo - Annuitas Group Christopher Hosford - BtoB Tom Judge - Direct Marketing Partners Russell Kern - The Kern Organization Russ King - LeadMaster Victor Kippes - Validar Jill Konrath - Selling to Big Companies Hilarie Koplow-McAdams - salesforce.com Jim LaBelle - LeadTrack Cliff Langston - Leads To Sales Joe Lethert - Performark Dan McDade - PointClear JT McDonald - MarketNet Services Inc Laura McGuire - Saligent dba SmartTracks Mac McIntosh - Mac McIntosh Inc. Mark McIntosh - Interlink1 Robert B Miller- Miller Heiman Inc. Dan Morefield - Leads360 Ken Murray - VanillaSoft Inc Bill Nussey - Silverpop Kirtan Patel - LeadOrganizer Joe Payne - Eloqua Jeff Pedowitz - The Pedowitz Group James Pennington - Anderson Direct Marketing Maria Pergolino - Marketo Barbara Pfeiffer - Nurture Institute Debbie Pierce - NitroMojo Eric Rabinowitz - Nurture Institute Sam Reese - Miller Heiman Inc. Bill Rice - Kaleidico Jose Raul Rodriguez - Aon Dan Rogers - SmartLead by The AdTrack Corporation Anneke Seley - Phone Works LLC Tibor Shanto - Renbor Sales Solutions Inc. Karen Sheehey - interlinkONE Gary Skidmore - Harte Hanks Jeff Solomon - Leads360 Paul Staelin - Birst Jim Steele - salesforce.com Drew Stevens – Drew Stevens Ruth P. Stevens - eMarketing Strategy Chris Tremblay - Event Technologies Tann Tueller - Harte Hanks Frank van Veenendaal - salesforce.com Jenny Vance - LeadGen Mari Anne Vanella - The Vanella Group Chris Williams - Compusystems Keith Wolf - Virtual Appoint Steve Woods - Eloqua Fred Yee - ActiveConversion Scott Zimmerman - The Cyrano Group
If you don't see the name of your favorite Lead Gen Experts, drop us a comment...
I know my colleagues in the sales consulting industry are going to fill this page with comments telling me why their Lead Gen Tip of the day would be to craft the perfect voicemail script. My response is -- Don't Bother.As a result of the recent question on Focus.com regarding "should we leave a voicemail?" we decided to conduct a LinkedIn poll asking only C/VP level respondents (our appointment setting targets) what they do when they receive a well crafted voicemail that is sales oriented:
The results were as I expected, so let the debate begin:
Want to know the mix by department? It's interesting that the geeks listen more than others:
What do you think? Leave one or Don't?
This past week on Focus.com, there was an active discussion regarding if we Should or Should Not leave a voicemail when tele prospecting. The opinions are varied, but for those of us in the business, I thought we should put some stats behind the argument. Hence, time for a LinkedIn Poll. I've setup a non-targeted poll, below, and I've also paid for a random C/VP targeted poll. The results will be interesting. Clicking on the graphic below will bring you to LinkedIn to vote.Take the Poll, then spread the word by Copying and Pasting the following on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Update, Your Blog: RT @damphoux Contribute to VOICEMAIL Debate. Take the poll (please RT). Results Thu. http://ow.ly/sC19 #sales #b2b #marketing
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