Is Your Sales Team Creating Real Differentiation?
by Tom Roth, President of Global Solutions Group, Wilson Learning Worldwide
In a world where it is very easy for competitors to quickly duplicate even the most unique product features, it is still possible for a supplier to create a differentiated offering through creating individualized customer value competitors can't easily provide
Delivering Results: The Rewards of Saturation Mailing
by John Hull, VP, List Sales, Melissa Data
If you
LinkedIn Is a Waste Of a Sales Person's Time!
by Lee Salz, President, Sales Architects
There are many misconceptions about LinkedIn. It's not just for job searches or networking. It is a unique lead generation platform.
Research and The Religious Right
by Erwin Ephron
There's is no certainty in survey research, only probability samples. And hasn't been one of those in decades.
How to Define Success
by Bert Martinez, "The Emotional Engineer"
We believe to attain a life success - is to create life on your terms, one filled joy, money, health, and lasting fulfillment.
Gaining an Advantage by Collecting Information About Your Competitors
by Dave Kahle, The Growth Coach®
Knowledge of the competition will provide you with a distinct advantage, and prevent you from getting blindsided or seriously outmaneuvered.
Using Assessments to Build Your Sales Team's Strength
by Jim Kasper, President & CEO, Interactive Resource Group
By capitalizing on your use of assessments, we'll move forward on how you can use them to strengthen your sales team beyond the hiring process.
Sitting On The Shelf
by Erwin Ephron
The Recency model accepts that repetition builds brand familiarity, but says advertising actually helps to make the sale
Personal Touch Means Business
by Norwin A. Merens, Managing Director, NM Marketing Communications
Today's wired world has no doubt increased the amount of communication among people, but in many ways it has produced less meaningful interaction.
White Elephants on the Sales Call
by Tony Cole, President & CEO, Anthony Cole Training Group
How many times have you been on a sales call and knew that something was wrong, but lacked the sales courage to do anything about it?
5 Ways to Increase Your Sales Force Effectiveness Right Now
by Jim Kasper, President & CEO, Interactive Resource Group
Not only will these action items improve your team's performance, but they will also help you identify even more opportunities for improvement.
Cold Calling Isn't the Only Way to Get Prospects
by Kendra Lee, President, KLA Group
Not many sellers like cold calling. Unfortunately, they think it's the only approach to prospecting, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Clothes May Make Them Mad Men, But We Still Called Them "Suits"
by Erwin Ephron
The mad men of the 60's and 70's looked more like Woodstock than Brooks Brothers
Building Your Sales Metric Management System In 4 Easy Steps
by Lee Salz, President, Sales Architects
Designing your sales metric management system well-positions you to create an effective sales compensation plan.
5 Reasons "Cost of A Sales Call" Doesn't Measure Sales Efficiency
by Jim Kasper, President & CEO, Interactive Resource Group
Every company seems to have a unique way of calculating its own cost of a sales call.
The Secret Strategy for Meaningful Sales Meetings
by Dave Kahle, The Growth Coach®
Every sales meeting, and every item on every sales meeting agenda, ought to be designed to bring about some specific change in the salesperson's behavior.
Law of Attraction in Marketing
by Debra Murphy, Masterful Marketing
You can't appeal to everyone, so why do business owners continually drive themselves crazy trying to work with clients they just don't connect with?
Print's Place in a Digital World
by Norwin A. Merens, Managing Director, NM Marketing Communications
Capitalizing on these elements can make print an effective part of your marketing program now and for many years in the future.
The Best Questions to Land Your Next Top Performing Sales Rep
by Jim Kasper, President & CEO, Interactive Resource Group
Armed with the answers to your questions and then comparing them to the experience and accomplishments cited on their resumes, you'll be well on your way to hiring your next top performer
Differentiating Search Engine Optimization and Online Marketing
by Ken Wisnefski, Webimax.com
Search engine optimization and online marketing are often spoken about, yet is there a difference between them?
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