Nottingham B2B LinkedIn Lead Generation Campaign Management Services Launched

Nottingham-based digital marketing agency B2blead.net launched an update of its popular LinkedIn lead generation service for local businesses looking to maximize their market reach and connect with more potential prospects.

Nottingham, United Kingdom - June 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

B2blead.net, a digital marketing agency based in Nottingham, announced an innovative LinkedIn lead generation solution designed to help local businesses generate a steady stream of qualified, high-intent leads. Based on advance audience research, hypertargeting and custom message copywriting, the solution is ideal for modern businesses looking for increased online success without the high costs of social media marketing or paid advertising.

More information can be found at http://www.b2blead.net.

With more than half of modern consumers using social media to follow brands and businesses, the competition for visibility on networks like Facebook and Instagram has become increasingly high. By contrast, LinkedIn remains relatively more accessible for local businesses looking to expand their market reach.

B2blead.net specializes in custom LinkedIn lead generation campaigns for Nottingham companies interested in a fully-managed lead generation solution.

A spokesperson for the agency said: “LinkedIn is designed specifically for business professionals to connect and engage with other business professionals. If you’re not connecting, messaging and engaging everyday with potential prospects, you’re missing out. We’ll take the hassle out of it and do all the hard work for you. We’ll make the connections, send the messages and start the conversations with decision makers…all you have to do is take over once they’re interested.”

The first step of the process is extensive profile optimization. The agency works with expert designers and copywriters to create high-quality copy adapted to the brand profile of each business client, and help them establish a professional LinkedIn presence.

The agency then provides an advanced in-depth targeting system to identify potential prospects based on the company’s ideal prospect profile.

Finally, B2blead.net establishes connections with 75-100 ideal prospects everyday, which typically results in about 3-5 interested prospects every week.

A typical campaign produces results as early as the first few days, the agency having already helped hundreds of businesses experience sustainable business growth through this strategy.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Sam Hyland
Email: Send Email
Organization: b2blead.net
Address: 44 Derby Road Nottingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG1 5FT, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.b2blead.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524817

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