Lead Generation is something we ALL need.
All the time.
I honestly don’t remember exactly how I found ‘Socedo’, but am SO glad I did. I think it was through Twitter (which makes sense because that is one of the key elements of Socedo). The funny thing is that I went through their lead generation process without even realizing it! (That tells you a lot about how good the system is, right?)
Socedo also has one of the BEST onboarding systems I’ve come across as well. As soon as I signed up for the trial I was contacted by a rep to see if I wanted to go through a walk-through of the features, how it works, and what it could do for me. In the past I tended to pass on the walkthrough because I was afraid of being ‘sold’ into something (duh!). Now I look at it as an investment in my business and if it is in alignment with what I’m focusing on now and can help me achieve my goals (and I have a way of keeping up with it consistently) then it’s kind of a no brainer.
The Questions I asked Aseem
- What he was doing before he founded Socedo
- What made you come up with the idea for Socedo?
- What were some of the challenges you faced starting Socedo?
- Who is Socedo ideal for?
- What would you recommend to someone who wants to use social media for lead generation (in terms of content & connection)
- What’s coming for Socedo?
- Anything fun about yourself you’d like to share?
Like I mentioned above, you’ll hear me talk with Aseem about how I didn’t even realize I was going through their process when I signed up for Socedo. You’re also going to learn how Aseem came up with the name “Socedo” (which totally makes sense when you hear him explain it because for the life of me I couldn’t quite figure out where it came from :-)).
I would highly recommend signing up for the 14-day free trial of Socedo, setting up your filtering criteria, and looking at your stats as you go along. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the engagement, connection and leads that come from using Socedo.
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