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NOVEMBER 13, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] Yes, Companies Are Harvesting – and Selling – Your Facebook Profile
See on Scoop.it – All About Facebook. Personal details from your Internet profile—from your professional history to how many friends you have—are being collected, analyzed, and sold. See on www.propublica.org.
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SEPTEMBER 4, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] Sales Leadership – The Talent of Persistence
These individuals understand how to build mutually beneficial relationships, listen for their clients’ value perception and then continue to harvest sales referrals and new sales leads long after that first earned sale. “ Share on Facebook. Top sales performers have this sales leadership talent of persistence to probably the 10th if not higher power. Credit www.sxc.hu. Persistence for many may return to the childhood favorite story of the Little Red Engine that mentally told himself “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can.”
APRIL 30, 2013 | BRIAN VELLMURE
[Facebook, Harvest] The era of asking great questions
JANUARY 7, 2013 | SALES BENCHMARK INDEX
[Facebook, Harvest] Social Selling - The New Door Opener
NOVEMBER 13, 2012 | TRAINING COURSES BLOG
[Facebook, Harvest] Yes, Companies Are Harvesting – and Selling – Your Facebook Profile
OCTOBER 19, 2012 | VERTICAL RESPONSE
[Facebook, Harvest] Small Business Innovators – Back to the Roots
SEPTEMBER 4, 2012 | INCREASE SALES
[Facebook, Harvest] Sales Leadership – The Talent of Persistence
SEPTEMBER 3, 2012 | INCREASE SALES
[Facebook, Harvest] The Prosperity of Labor Day
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SEPTEMBER 3, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] The Prosperity of Labor Day
You plant before you harvest. Share on Facebook. www.sxc.hu. Today is Labor Day. day to rest from the prosperity of labor. Over two thousand years ago, Sophocles said: “Without labor nothing prospers.” ” He was right then and he is still right today. Many read this quotation from an external viewpoint, an ego driven one where those who labor should reap greater benefits than those who employ the workers including the entrepreneurs, the small business owners, the C Suite executives. This becomes the springboard for justifying some of the redistribution of wealth.
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MAY 7, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] Fill in The Blank. Influence Without Trust. As Futile As…
Recently, on my Facebook page I posted the following: Trying to influence another person without first eliciting trust is as futile as…as…darn, hate when I can’t come up with a clever ending. Elaine Kibler is a futile as harvesting a crop when you planted no seed! So, how would YOU end that sentence? Responses ranged from funny to profound; many of them both. Here they are… Dave Ferguson assuming your a leader just because your in a management position? Tom Cooper cleaning the house when you have small children! Beth Bridges ?… Beth Bridges ?…
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AUGUST 28, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] Caution: Habits Can Be Habit-Forming
In other words, you harvest what you plant. Or, with youTube or Facebook.) Facebooking is OK. You can’t skip spring planting if you want a fall harvest. John Dryden once said, “We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.” Now that the school year is underway, it’s a good time to rethink your habits and patterns, and make some adjustments. .
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JANUARY 7, 2013 [Facebook, Harvest] Social Selling - The New Door Opener
Gleaning was a practice where farmers left some of their crops in the field post-harvest. Create LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ accounts – This is your first step to engaging your customer base online. A lot was written in 2012 regarding the change in buyer behavior. With that change came concern. Are sales reps being squeezed out of the equation? m dialed into my customers.
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BRIAN VELLMURE | TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013 [Facebook, Harvest] The era of asking great questions
They told us how they farmed, harvested, dried, and prepared rice manually. Here’s the answer that I found via facebook in about 10 seconds: We’re all being faced with an increasing array of new problems to solve on a path that hasn’t necessarily been traveled before. 'I’ll never forget meeting some people in a remote village of Laos (Southeast Asia) a few years ago. The village had no electricity. Not only was it a journey across culture and geography, but a journey back in time. Our translator helped us to ask about how they lived. It struck me as odd. MORE >>
INCREASE SALES | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] The #1 Sales Tip: Everything Is a “Story” By Christina Hamlett
some Mesopotamian farmers made the astonishing discovery that bread wasn’t the only thing they could make from harvested grain. Share on Facebook. One afternoon back in 10,000 B.C., Mixed with water and left around to ferment, the result was a blissful brew that instantly made them regret they’d have to wait until 1600 for the invention of a nice pizza to go with it. Credit www.sxc.hu. If what you just read was the opening paragraph in a newspaper article, you probably wouldn’t know where it was going. That really doesn’t matter. The drop of the New Year’s ball at Times Square. MORE >>
THE 1TO1 MEDIA BLOG | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] Top 10 Marketing Trends for 2012 - Think customers: The 1to1 Blog
And its not just applications like Facebook, Twitter, and Angry Birds; people are using business applications, too. As social media matures, marketers will need to provide visitors to Facebook or Twitter with meaningful content to get fans to return. Conversations and customer interactions that are taking place in social media are being harvested by social listening platforms. 1to1 Magazine. Issues. Weekly Digest. Meet the Editors. 1to1 Awards. Customer Champions. Advertise. Content Channels. Customer Experience. Customer Loyalty. Customer Service. Customer Strategy. Books. MORE >>
INSIDE CAMPAIGNER | TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2011 [Facebook, Harvest] Inside Campaigner: Green your email marketing for Earth Day
According to [link] , 42% of timber harvested nationwide becomes pulpwood for paper. Facebook. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Green your email marketing for Earth Day. April 22nd is Earth Day. It’s a perennial story, with its roots firmly planted in 1970. An estimated 20 million people nationwide attended festivities that day. This year Earth Day’s goal is to generate a billion acts of green before the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, in June 2012. You might wonder what this has to do with email marketing. at 5:59 AM. MORE >>
INSIDE CAMPAIGNER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2012 [Facebook, Harvest] Inside Campaigner: Relationship-building Tips for Email Marketers
Purchasing or harvesting a list will never yield the same quality as a permission-based list you build yourself and will become problematic quickly. Facebook. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Thursday, February 2, 2012. Relationship-building Tips for Email Marketers. Love is in the air. It’s a great time to let your customers know how much you “heart” their business, and an important opportunity to remember that you should nurture these relationships every month of the year. Relationships vary in love and they vary in business. Tip #4: Keep the spark alive. Share. MORE >>
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