Three Places to Locate Potential B2B Clients

Finding clients is the top concern of new copywriters. The truth is you are surrounded by potential clients. You just have to know where to look.

  1. Your local chamber of commerce: If there are B2B businesses in your area, your chamber of commerce is the place to find them. Most chamber of commerce memberships come with a directory of members—a great place to find the contact information of potential B2B clients.
  2. Online Directories: Simply type ‘B2B directory’ into Google or your other favorite search engine. Your search will return a wealth of online directories for B2B businesses.
  3. Printed Directories: If you decide to specialize in a submarket within B2B, chances are good that there is a directory serving businesses in your chosen specialty. It may cost a couple hundred dollars, but it can help you open doors and launch your career. Definitely worth it.
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Published: April 22, 2008

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