It seems that an English double of Claudio Ranieri has picked up 26 women in 7 days.
He didn’t have to do anything: the ladies approached him, mistaking him for the Italian football coach who just won the English championship with Leicester.
The lucky double, who until a few days ago was an unknown unemployed electrician, said he had to do nothing: he simply played the game, and he set a record of conquests worthy of Casanova.
The Pulitzer Prize news gives rise to the following considerations:
- First, like it or not, women are still receptive to the charm of “winners”.
Okay, not all women are like that, and who knows what kind of women we’re talking about. So, stay away from feminist interpretations, please.
But statistics speak for themselves: 26 women in 7 days, not 2 requests for an autograph…
And none of them had ever considered the electrician or Ranieri before.
- The second: sometimes you don’t have to BE a winner. All you need is a bit of luck and LOOK LIKE someone who actually is.
Does the luck of looking like someone famous apply also to sales and lead generation?
Absolutely not. Every lead is hard-earned.
The legends of the internet tell of websites earning fortunes by exploiting the assonance of names with a successful website. And so, they found themselves inundated with visitors who were looking for another website, just like the Ranieri impersonator.
But in general, that’s not the case.
In fact, trying to be equal to a competitor doesn’t help at all. Instead, you have to differentiate yourself.
What is helpful, if anything, is to identify a winning model, and apply it.
Hence the importance of adopting a working lead generation model.
26 leads in 7 days: many SME owners would sign up instantly for this.
It means 4 new potential customers every day.
If you close a deal with 1 out of 4, that would mean one order a day.
Do you want them too?
The model is called Lead Generation Farm™.
See how it works: