B2B Lead Generation: The Power of Video


Do Salespeople Need More Leads? Yes, Indeed!

B2B Lead Generation Using Online Video

One of the key theme in B2B marketing is video. Should you have a YouTube channel? Yes, you should.

Want to see a great example of a B2B video? Look at what the supply chain software company, Kinaxis, (winner of our B2B Marketing Idea of the Year Award) did with video.

At Find New Customers, we’re big believers in video marketing. This is why we publish our Laugh and Learn series every Friday – on our website, Vimeo and YouTube. And why we have our very own Find New Customers YouTube channel – filled with great videos on B2B marketing and lead generation.

Why make your prospect read when they can “meet” you?

Jeff Ogden is President of the B2B lead generation consultancy Find New CustomersLead Generation Made Simple

Check out the online show every Friday at 11am ET, “Laugh and Learn with the Fearless Competitor.” Find New Customers is one of few lead generation companies in New York. Follow Jeff on Twitter or download the free white paper on B2B lead generation.

How to Find New Customers

Find New Customers helps companies like yours(with 150 to 5,000 employees and complex products)implement lead generation programs to improve the way you find and acquire high quality sales leads using best practices in onlinelead generation. Quality sales leads matter. In fact, a recent study found that sales teams with fewer, high quality sales leads closed more than sales teams with more leads of dubious quality.

If you wish to do sales lead generation online, contact the B2B lead generationexperts at Find New Customers. Use the form below to send me a personal note or Leave a Reply to post a permanent comment on this article.







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