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How do you book your Must-Win Meetings (B2B Sales)

  • Cold Call
  • Extremely Personalized Email
  • Linked In Connection and Chat
  • Email Blast
What method do you book your most important accounts with?
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πŸ”Ž Prospecting
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salesnerd
WR Officer
+16
Head of Growth
If I have a must-win meeting, I'm not going to just go into a cold call. I'm going to provide a shitload of value before I even ask for the first meeting. And even then, the first meeting isn't going to be a pitch, it's going to be a get to know and another value add.Β 

Only once I have built trust and become a valued asset to them would I begin to propose them giving me money.
Stringer
Arsonist
+8
SDR
On top of personalized email, I sell to sales teams/leaders. If the team has 30 reps, 3 managers, 1 vp, I'm personalizing email responses to all 4. Then I'm following up with call, Linkedin. But hitting every possible stakeholder that can put me on their radar.
LordBusiness
Politicker
+7
Chief Revenue Officer
Is there an "all of the above" (with the exception of the email merge garbage).Β  With all of the noise in the space right now, its imperative that you are executing touches to your target prospects across each medium.Β  It also depends on your target audience, we sell into marketers so the phone is TOUGH, but do a ton of meetings via email and inmail.Β  Β The secret is figuring out personalization at SCALE, quality can't be an excuse for a lack of quantity or you'll always be scraping by.Β 
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