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  • v. Present participle of prospect.

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Examples

  • Understand this: whether you like it or not, prospecting is how to keep your business pipeline full of potential clients.

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  • No wonder there's been a large increase in prospecting activities by companies, including several Canadian companies, in Tanzania.

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  • They were doing their prospecting from the rooms of the hotels -- staking "cats" for racketeers.

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  • A trend towards reverting back to fundamentals, the creation of affordable housing and the changing of mindsets - a move away from short-term prospecting towards long-term equity investments - will determine the future of the sector in the coming two to three years.

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  • "It’s generally considered in prospecting and resource analysis that this magnetic anomaly field is one of the most valuable tools or regional assets."

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  • Although the idea of prospecting in a volatile market may seem counterintuitive, clients are likely talking to their friends and families about the market volatility and about their advisers, says Maribeth Kuzmeski , president of Red Zone Marketing, a firm that develops marketing strategies for advisers.

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  • Meanwhile prospecting, which is being carried out by the

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  • She heard from Stephen that Will was steady and energetic, had given up drink, and was set upon the idea of prospecting for land of his own.

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  • Other men he sent to recall the prospecting parties outfitted by MacDougall.

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  • Eyes and Ears for Sales - Participating in social media monitoring will allow the marketing department to pass on leads to salespeople earlier in the sales process, empowering them to shape the sales process and have access to an earlier opportunity alert tool. not prospecting, which is a very expensive way of moving a prospective buyer from awareness to a point of decision.

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