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The ResponseAudit™ report of companies who attend Dreamforce.
The executive summary of the Expanded LeadsCon Report.
The executive summary of the Lead Generation Methods Study.
The executive summary of the OnDemand 2013 ResponseAudit.
The executive summary of the 2013 Inside Sales Market Size study.
The executive summary of the AA-ISP 2013 ResponseAudit.
The executive summary of the LeadsCon 2013 ResponseAudit.
A joint study done by InsideSales.com and The American Association of Inside Sales Professionals, this study delves into the top challenges sales leaders and sales reps are facing for 2013.
The executive summary of the Cloudforce ResponseAudit.
The executive summary of the Distance Education ResponseAudit.
The executive summary of the Dreamforce 2012 ResponseAudit.
The Top Problems of the Inside Sales Industry Executive Summary.
A summary of the AA-ISP ResponseAudit Research 2012.
It's approaching five years since the original Lead Response Management Study was presented at Marketing Sherpa. Since that time it has been downloaded over 50,000 times, and mentioned in articles in the Harvard Business Review, Inc.com, and CBSMoney. Yet companies continue to struggle to develop the best practices championed in the study. Get a refresher course on the data that continues to transform professional sales, and spawned the lead response management industry.
Conducted in the weeks leading up to Dreamforce 2011, the latest ResponseAudit "secret shopper" results continue to shock and intrigue. Companies can reap huge benefits with simple process improvements and strategic technologies to better contact their sales leads—but few are taking advantage. Average response time for 2,114 companies audited was 42 hours.
The ResponseAudit "secret shopper" results are sobering and show that companies can reap huge benefits with simple process improvements and strategic technologies. Of those that responded the average initial response time was 40.4 hours.
This study looks at the similarities and differences between the optimal response times and methods for B2B verses B2C leads. The results give insight into how to tailor your response strategies to the particular type of leads you are responding to.
This study talks about the optimal way to respond to leads to increase results and was presented by James Oldroyd, PHD, assistant professor at SKKU at the Sales 2.0 conference on May 21st, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts.
An in depth survey sent to 400,000 companies done in conjunction with infoUSA and Dr. James Oldroyd of SKKU. The trends uncovered offer priceless insight into the 15x higher growth trends of the inside sales industry and the stagnation of traditional outside sales.
This is a study focused on identifying WHEN the best time was to efficiently contact web-generated leads, and HOW to generate web leads that qualify and close at optimal rates.
This is a behavioral study revealing when sales representatives are most successful in contacting web-generated leads. This study reveals contact rates for time of day, day of week, and the odds of contacting web-leads in 5 minutes versus 30 minutes.
This is a study on 124 Dreamforce '08 Sponsors who were audited in a 'secret shopper' evaluation using fictitious leads submitted on each companies website. Find out how long it took some of the biggest online companies to respond to their web-leads.
In this study, responses were tracked from 5 separate inquiries made on over 500 top Web sites. Only 7.5% of companies responded by phone, 47% responded by email, and 45.1% never responded at all to any inquiry.