The lead is the most difficult object to manage. This video reviews the concept and purpose of the lead.
- [Instructor] In this next video I will be helping you…to define the lead.…First, the lead concept must be defined…and understood by your organization…before implementing the design in Salesforce.…Leads are the most difficult object…to understand for many reasons.…The first question should be what is the purpose…of the lead for your organization?…Is it to manage prospects?…Drive sales?…Establish closer relationships?…Target your message for prospects?…Let's go to the org and take a look.…Now that we're on the lead layout I would like to point out…that it should be clean, functional,…and streamlined, with every field used…to push the lead to convert to an account,…a contact, or an opportunity,…or a nurturing marketing process.…
Once a lead is understood using the standard fields,…some of the key questions you will want to address…via the lead layout are below…in the sales lead success checklist section.…Just like a pilot or surgeon will want to check down…their processes before flight or operation,…sales should also address key questions…
- Tracking leads, accounts, and contacts
- Defining a lead
- Preparing a Lead score threshold
- Lead channels
- Lead assignment rules
- Lead qualification status
- Lead record types
- Lead conversion mapping
- Lead source overview
- Validation rules
- Establishing a feedback loop
- Using AppExchange
- Merging duplicate records
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Understanding Leads
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