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If I have to be polite to one more so-called marketing professional, manager or executive who proudly shows me his or her blog that consists of post after post after post focused on product this or service that or feature X or internal announcement Y or some other such eloquent drivel that has inha Read More
Have you ever tried to sell to Mr Know-it-all?
You know the guy. You meet him for the first time and he’s done a ton of research. He thinks he knows what his problem is and what he needs to fix it. He’s looked up you and your competitors and and thinks he knows all your relative strengths and Read More
Sales organizations with a “no soliciting” sign should take the sign down. The message it sends to your sales force isn’t worth it. Read More
Your calls are unanswered, voicemails unreturned. No response on email either. You need the information to move forward. What's next? Read More
There are more options to communicate with potential buyers than ever. As a sales pro you need to explore all, including some none traditional means, as well as some that have gone out of fashion. Read More

Write Your Competitor's Case

Write Your Competitor's Case  - http://wp.me Avatar Posted by iannarino under Sales
From http://wp.me 4150 days ago
If you want to improve your ability to compete and win, you'll study how your competitor views you. You'll write their case against you. Read More
Sometimes your dream client has needs and places orders before you finish the sales process. You can and you should take the order. But finish the sales process. Read More
Metrics not only help in improving specific sales skills, but in measuring the actual time an activity requires. Too often sales people over allocate time to activities they don't like. Read More
Too many people leave their life’s direction and meaning to others. You are the CEO of your life. It’s a lot of responsibility (one with a short tenure, too). Read More
Many sales managers serve the business before the sales force. By serving the company first, they neglect the one asset they have to produce results: the sales force. Read More
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