Month: January 2016

How to benefit from trigger events?

John Barrows ( said recently in a SalesHacker conference that if there is one thing a sales rep needs to do when reaching out is to start each call by providing a reason for contact. They need to be relevant to open up a conversation with a prospect. In this article we’ll share 6 examples […]

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Our API with documentation ( is finally ready for you to test it out. If you’ll have any questions or will need any assistance feel free to contact us at cheers, Roq & PredictLeads team

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Timing & selling

Craig Elias divided the sales cycle in his book Shift! the following way: 1. Status Quo Prospect is happy with their current process you are trying to optimize. 2. Window of Dissatisfaction Prospect is unhappy with their current solution but is not yet searching for alternatives. 3. Searching Alternatives Prospect is currently searching for alternatives. […]

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Rowing upriver

So we’ve been developing our solution for some 6 months now and are finally ready to open it up for you to test it. You’ll be able to register on November the 1st! Simply upload a file with your leads (domain, website or email address) and we’ll do our best to automatically find you fresh relevant […]

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We go through millions of websites searching for information about your clients to find triggers that matter most to you. Finding triggers signalling that a prospect is now more likely to buy or upgrade your service. These are events such as leadership changes, received funding, new technology installs, new products offered, new valuable PR mentions, […]

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Our mission

There’s so many startups coming out each and every day. More and more people harnessing the power of web. With time the trend will just accelerate. When products find their product-market fit and show their value to the world our goal is to help them find the audience they deserve. Our aim is to connect […]

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