3 Ways to Get Maximum ROI From Your B2B Database

Getting a return on investment is one of the most obvious and necessary things to run a business. But with so many tools, subscriptions, marketing expenses, it is essential to monitor this. Your database is the heart of your sales and marketing team. So knowing about how much you’re getting on your investment in establishing a good quality B2B database is a good habit. As necessary as it is, it is important to know how you would get good ROI for all the effort and money spent. Data is the heart and brain of companies today. That’s why it’s quintessential to keep track of it and measure your ROI as well.
Let’s look at a couple of tips that can help you keep your data quality work for maximum ROI:

1.Data Accuracy:

Lead generation and following up works only as long as your data practices are up to the mark. From your sales team to other marketing teams, all are depending on the data quality. It’s like a network where the tour database is the waterfall which all teams must use. If one team pollutes (analogy) the waterfall all the teams downstream are affected. So a bad database means it might just affect your entire process. So maintaining data accuracy is more important than anything else. Your marketing team should be able to follow up on the database contacts and convert them into high-quality leads/customers. Yes, it isn’t possible to always achieve this a 100%. But having as much accuracy as possible is the secret to less time and money wastage.

Having all details like demographics, geographic details, and other details required for personalization is a good practice. This helps for better personalization, following up as well as ROI. Whether you’re making your own database or getting data by investment, it is important to ensure all these factors are in place.
In case there are any missing quality issues or anything that could affect your lead nurturing pipeline, it is better to train your sales team. Data controls companies these days and companies use data for practically everything. People are more concerned about their data privacy so it is also a good practice to ensure the data gathering techniques follow national and international compliance policies.

Data Accuracy

2.Data Analytics:

Majority of companies that are aware of the quality of leads are using data analytics today. Data analytics and machine learning have taken the centre stage in all fields of industry. Using analytics to find out patterns or identifying what works with which group of people can help your company considerably. Analytics uses your present and previous data to analyze trends. In a way, it helps you become aware of what will bring maximum profits. If this isn’t a cheat code for maximum return on investment, there isn’t anything else. Moreover, being aware of what works and what your clients and users want will help the company immeasurably. This is much more useful in the dynamic market of today. As patterns change, you’ll come to know what will work next. Data analytics will let you know what works from time to time as changes happen in user behaviour and market trends.

3. Following up:

Your sales pipeline is the filter that runs from the outside world and converts people’s data to revenue. It can be seen as the money pipeline in a way. So as mentioned earlier, having good data accuracy, and analytics practice would only help your company. After ensuring data accuracy and usability through the mentioned techniques, it is important where it all goes into use. Your leads pipeline is a reflection of that. Better the data accuracy and data analytics used, better will be the segregation and efficiency of the lead pipeline.

Now, all this is possible only if we follow up properly with the best quality leads we get out of the pipeline. Additionally, this is also a reflection of the work put in by all the teams that lead to it. So measuring your ROI comes down to what you get out of your lead pipeline as revenue. It isn’t necessary to get immediate returns, but once established and all the processes followed properly, it can be considered. Getting leads to sign up and successfully convert based on the work done by marketing teams indicates data quality. This is because more accurate the data is, more accurate would be the follow-up or discard option. Your team can stop investing time and money into prospects that are not going to convert. Thereby, increasing investment only in the cream. The more you invest in such good quality data, the better will be your investment (possibly exponential as well).


What can you do in the long term for maximizing?

It is better not to invest in prospects and leads that are unlikely to convert no matter how much time and money you invest. But what can help you figure that out, preemptively? The answer is data analytics. Data analytics can help you figure out what will work at each step of your pipeline. From personalization and segmentation to customer conversion, it can help you figure out everything possible in today’s age. Yes, you won’t be able to get 100% of everything. But maximizing predictability and efficiency are all what business is about right? Better focus on targeting your sales and marketing teams on what works with the market. It is like trying to catch fish with a net specially designed for them, at a time they are going to be present according to the weather and day/night conditions. Knowing that much of something puts you next to being as close to best possible ROI as possible.

Your B2B database is going to be the best possible way to get you returns and get a wide following of the best leads. Using marketing practices like personalization and analytics is the secret to success in today’s age because no one wants to be treated as another customer. People want them to be addressed personally.

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About Ankit Sharma

I am a freelance writer and a photographer who loves to learn and dabble in everything. I am from an IT background but tilt more towards arts and nature as much as IT and everything associated.

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