Classic what's your best way to prospect question

Hey fellow sales brothers and sisters,

I see a lot of people claiming the death of cold prospecting methods and I wonder what to do instead?

I own a growth agency that helps service businesses grow with Google ads funnel so I'm doing B2B.

Any help will be much appreciated!

*This is my first post here but I promise to add value in the future

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WR Officer
Retired King of the Coors Knights
Cold calling ainโ€™t dead. Cold emailing ainโ€™t dead. People are just soft and donโ€™t want to work lol. Or they work at Gong and just rely on inbound leads or however the hell they do business.

I find people on LinkedIn, find their info on ZoomInfo, then call/email them until they pick up or someone tells me they are dead.

Welcome to the War Room, savage.
WR Officer
Senior Account Executive
Please do not believe everything you read from so called influencers. They are full of shit.

Cold prospecting is not dead. Keep doing your thing.

Oh and welcome to the War Room! ๐ŸฆŠ
SaaS Eater
Sounds like you will be working in the SMB space to start? Easiest way to contact home services owners is via phone.ย 

If you are looking for a place to find prospects, check out who is engaged on Yelp, Home Advisor, Houzz etc. If they have invested in an online presence there you know they care and are a target for your company.ย 

Once you have your targets lined up, hammer time, calls and emails absolutely still work, especially in this space.ย 
Good Citizen
Sr. Director of Enterprise Sales
Trust me, the content creators who wrote those articles have not sold a single thing their life. Yes! The world has slowly shifted from relationship-based selling to information-led selling ... But every door opens ONLY and ONLY when you knock. Keep Knocking. Keep closing. Welcome savage!
Head of Sales
There's always the tried and true method of standing on a street corner wearing a sandwich board with your value prop scrawled in permanent marker...

QUESTION:: best movie you ever saw, and HOW OLD WERE YOU when you saw it? I have a theory about this relating to salespeople


What is your best 'would you rather' question?