One of the biggest headaches in selling to big companies is trying to figure out who you should be talking to. The bigger the company, the tougher it is to identify the decision maker's name.
In my upcoming book I spent an entire chapter discussing this increasingly difficult and time-consuming issue.
That's why I was so excited when I discovered Jigsaw - a new online resource that gives you the direct phone numbers and email addresses for hard-to-find business executives, directors and mid-level managers.
Jigsaw is like a gigantic business card exchange where you can buy, sell or trade business contacts. Essentially you get access to the rolodexes of thousands of sellers who are joining together to build this database which currently has almost 1/2 million contacts and is adding 5000+ new ones each day.
With Jigsaw, there's no doubt in my mind you'll:
- Cut the time it takes to find new contacts.
- Break into new accounts much more quickly.
- Shorten your sales cycle.
It's not just me who's so excited about this new resource. The New York Times was so impressed with Jigsaw that they featured the company in an article last week.
To help you get started, I made a special arrangement with the CEO of Jigsaw to give you a 25 contact signup bonus.
... To get your 25 gratis contacts, enter this code in the promotion code field on the signup form: FROGS
If you think your colleagues might be interested in Jigsaw, please feel free to forward this newsletter to them. They're welcome to use the FROGS code as well.
FYI, the 25 contact bonus I arranged is in addition to the ones you get when you sign up as a 'pay' or 'play' member. If you sign up for a trial first, you'll get these bonus contacts when you upgrade to an official Jigsaw membership.
Please note, this special offer is only good for 90 days.