Sales professionals meet a lot of people throughout their day. Which means they are bound to run into an assortment of different prospects. This presents an opportunity to connect with each individual, understand the different personas and ultimately help solve their unique challenges.

Check out this infographic below by Zoominfo on the five most common personas of sales prospects and how to connect with them.

5 Different Types of Sales Prospect Personas

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Daniel is focused on creating content that inspires conversations within the digital space. With his knowledge of marketing, design, and innovation, he’s passionate about exploring the possibilities of storytelling.

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