A prospect refers to a potential customer who fits the ideal customer profile
and shows interest in your products or services. Prospects are crucial to the success of your business as they are the foundation of your sales pipeline.
Once you have identified a prospect, it's important to understand where they are in the buying process. Are they just beginning to research solutions to their problems, or are they further down the funnel and actively evaluating different vendors? Understanding where your prospect is in the buying process will help you adjust your communication and outreach efforts to their specific needs and interests.
Before a prospect is ready to schedule a demo call or make a purchase, they need more information about your product or service.
This is where nurturing comes in.
Nurturing involves providing prospects with relevant and valuable content regularly to keep them engaged and informed about your product or service, which could include blog articles, case studies, product videos, and more.
By providing prospects with helpful information and building a relationship with them, you can increase their interest in your product or service and move them closer to converting them into customers.