Sun.Nov 17, 2019

7 Tips to Skyrocket Performance In Small Sales Teams

Sales and Marketing Management

Author: Charlotte Powell You don’t need a big sales team to make a lot of money. Small sales teams can perform incredibly well if you get the right balance of skills, motivation, and resources. But how can you go about that? How can you inspire your sales team to go above and beyond?

How To Make Motivation Last

Anthony Iannarino

Zig Ziglar said: “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” It’s a classic line from a legendary speaker.

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Predictable Buying


We spend lots of time and money trying to create predictable revenue, increasing the predictability of our sales approaches. We constantly engineer, refine, tune and re-engineer what we do and how we engage our customers to produce POs. Sales Process Sales Management Sales Enablement

Social Media Success for Every Brand Book


Claire Diaz Ortiz is an American author, speaker, and employee of Twitter. Hired early on by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone to lead social innovation, she was the first employee to write a book about the platform.

How to Drive Revenue Through Retention Marketing & Sales Enablement

Speaker: Ruth Stevens, President of eMarketing Strategy

In a pandemic, it’s more important than ever to focus on retaining and expanding current customers. So, how can sales and marketing support the retention effort? Join Ruth Stevens as she dives into this fast-paced session and reviews the 7 key strategies for current customer marketing, to enable sales and expand customer value.

Operational Metrics: The Key to Productivity and Profitability

Connext Digital

Every business owner should have a goal for their enterprise. Maybe you want to open three new locations for your Mexicali restaurant business. Or acquire a dozen new clients as you get support from a private label SEO service provider.

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Weekly Recap, November 17, 2019

Selling Energy

Here are our favorite sales-enhancing tips from this week's Selling Energy Blogs. sales tips

Committed To Stupidity

Partners in Excellence

Sadly, every day I see more sales people committed to stupidity. It’s not making mistakes, misunderstanding situations, even some errors in judgement. As bad as those may be, it’s the commitment to being stupid that astounds me.

?? Marketing Hacks


The way that consumers interact with marketing advances has changed in the last few years. One of the primary goals of the sales and marketing teams are to find new prospects and convert them into customers.

In Sales, Are you Thankful?

Don on Selling

Photo by Pro Church Media on Unsplash. With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s always a time to reflect on what we should be thankful for. For some, it’s our family. For others, it’s our friends. Or maybe, we are grateful for our jobs, our health or our money.

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

Onboarding is broken – Artesian uncovers common consensus on the solution

Artesian Solutions

In October, Artesian held an open discussion on the art and science of customer acquisition in financial services, and how to tackle the highly nuanced and complex customer onboarding process in business and commercial banking.

Glaring Mistakes Sales and Marketing People Make in Selling to IT

Sales Lead Management Association

The four questions that make IT managers want to vomit when asked by salespeople. Sales Management

?? Signs You Might Be An Entrepreneur


Have you ever thought about transitioning into being an entrepreneur? More people are looking towards entrepreneurial endeavors as they realize that they want to take more charge over their own life. The days of having a 30-year career with a company are mostly gone. People are less likely to partner with larger companies because it could result in a lay off while living in a high-cost area. Instead, becoming an entrepreneur gives freedom and the chance to take control of your career.