Cold Calling

Cold calling is the marketing process of approaching prospective customers or clients—typically via telephone, by email or through making a connection on a social network—who were not expecting such an interaction. The word "cold" is used because the person receiving the call is not expecting a call or has not specifically asked to be contacted by a sales person. A cold call is usually the start of a sales process generally known as telemarketing.

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Cold Calling - European Union
... of its member states to issue laws until June 2007 that prohibit general cold calling ... for phone numbers which either do (opt-in) or do not (opt-out) welcome cold calls ...
National Accident Helpline - Marketing - Stance Against Cold Calling
... Helpline displays a clear policy against cold calling and cold texting on its website ... The firm states that reports of cold-calling have no connection with the real National Accident Helpline, and asks victims of this practice to report any such incidents ...

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