Oct 1, 2021 11:36 AM
Hi Sales Enablers!
If like me you are a fan of the rich source of guidance in HubSpot Academy, you have probably completed the Sales Enablement Certification course from @KyleJepson and the team.
I find it valuable to share the six-pack Lead Qualification Framework from that course, with other HubSpot users I am assisting. It looks basically like this:
This then begs the question "How can we best implement that in our HubSpot Portal?"
Like anything in HubSpot, there are multiple ways you can approach it, using combinations of tools like lists, lead-score and workflows.
Here is a method that has served me well, it groups leads into the six-pack and you can arm workflow triggers to jump to attention so that the right leads are served with the right level of sales team engagement and urgency.
Implementing the Six-Pack Lead Qualification Framework in HubSpot
** I love using the Fibonacci sequence as it mimics nature so is easier to use gut feel when allocating points value to an action.
With targets of Sales Ready 20+ and Hand Raiser 50+ it aligns well, as you will reach Sales Ready 20+ with:
This is just my own back of the napkin model for implementing the Lead Qual six-pack.
I'd love to learn alternative approaches too.
Anyone up for sharing and discussing?
Dec 10, 2021 11:46 AM
Pete, this is brilliant! I'm so sorry I missed it way back in October! The Fibonacci sequence is something I've used when putting together points based pricing in the past but I think your use of it here is way more appropriate! Would you be up for joining one of the Sales Enablement Office Hours in January to have a chat about this? We need people with your kind of mind 🧠😁
Oct 1, 2021 1:31 PM
Love this, Pete! I think the one thing I would add is that some actions (like requesting a quote or scheduling a consultation) should bypass any lead scoring and insantly label someone as a hand-raiser. But I like the way you've organized this, and it's never occurred to me to use Fibonacci in leading scoring--super interesting!
Oct 1, 2021 1:42 PM
Thanks Kyle I completely agree
Where the prospect has taken a decisive action such as requesting a quote or scheduling a consultation - we normally give that a Fibonacci "55", an instant hand-raiser - so we escalate them to the Good-Fit or Bad-Fit Hand Raiser