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Prospect List

A list of potential clients or customers. Often, a broker compiles a prospect list of persons known personally to him/her or persons who are likely to have sufficient net worth to invest with the brokerage. See also: Cold calling, Networking.

prospect list

A list of prospective customers. A broker might acquire a list of physicians, dentists, or owners of private aircraft, assuming that at least some of these people have money to invest and would consider becoming customers.
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This performance-based solution is driven by two unique deliverables: developed leads, or hot sales opportunities and, secondly, 100% interested prospect lists, or warm sales opportunities.
However, these methods still use prospect lists based on market penetration analysis and other factors such as recent activity and distance from the bank.
add new names to prospect lists, and set aside names you that are no longer viable.
I use this information to provide strategies and prospect lists that are given to salespeople to market and sell products and services.
Nonprofits can research current donors and create customized prospect lists to assist in solicitation planning.
According to the company, the patent describes a method for generating highly targeted mailing lists of prospective customers for a list purchaser, which is partially based on successful prospect lists previously used by the list purchasers, other similar list purchasers and/or their current customers.
To the amazement of publishers, among your prospect lists lurk people who will come to a seminar or conference costing more than the newsletter to which they don't subscribe.
By taking that knowledge and applying it to prospect lists, the insurer can market to those most likely to buy its products and services.
Finally, DMA members must use the DMA's Mail Preference Service and Telephone Preference Service to "clean" their prospect lists by removing people who don't want unsolicited commercial contacts.
Daniel buys prospect lists from magazines such as Where to Retire or American Home and Land and advertises in similar publications.
The next element, which was critical to the success of our program, was the development of good prospect lists.