For many companies, it isn’t. 

This isn’t a popular opinion—I’m 100% of the belief you should build an inbound engine BEFORE you build an outbound engine.

If you haven’t generated business through content, social media, partnerships, paid search, etc. you should hold off on building an outbound sales team.

Outbound is hard. It’s interruption-based. You’re calling/emailing prospects that didn’t sign up to hear from you. 

And not having great content, thought leadership, and case studies makes an already difficult task nearly impossible.

But if you have a solid inbound engine, outbound is a great addition.

You’ll get in front of your biggest, best customers that would never come to you organically. 

I’m joining Liston Witherill on ClientCon to talk about how to use outbound to amplify your inbound. 

Check it out here.

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I’m joining a host of other great folks. These are a few of the talks I’ll be tuning into:

Blair Enns, David C. Baker, Jake Jorgovan, Jeff Bajorek, Philip Morgan, Rajiv Nathan, Robert Williams, Todd Caponi, Tom Miller, and Tyler Koenig

Join the conversation on LinkedIn here.

Jason


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