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How Call Attribution Can Support Your Marketing Efforts While Driving Sales

There are certain things that people prefer to talk about over the phone (life insurance, etc.). Call attribution allows you to treat calls as a conversion, a time to optimize spends. Phone leads convert 10-15 times better than web leads. In this episode, Brendan Jackson, Director of Marketing at Dialog Tech, talks about call attribution…

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10 Questions to Ask on Your First Sales Call

If you ask questions, you make the client the star, and everybody wants to be the star.

The client doesn’t care, on the initial call, about you or your qualifications.

Talk to them about how you can help them.

Talk to them about how you can make their lives better.

Field Reps & Inside Sales Reps: Understanding Their Needs

Field sales reps are constantly on the move and have constraints that inside sales reps simply don’t have to deal with.

Roughly ⅓ of industries see their best results when a field rep can get face-to-face with a customer (dentist, doctor, tire store, textiles, etc.)

Learn the differences between the needs of field reps and inside sales reps to keep seeing positive results.

How to Build a Road Map for Your Customer’s Experience

When building out a roadmap for your customer’s experience, start with the questions of “Who are we? & Why do we matter?”

How to Solve Group-Buying Dysfunction

There’s no such thing as a complex sale, only complex purchases.

How to Develop a Data-Driven CRM

Knowing when to let a prospect go is crucial.

You’re much more likely to get a sale out of a new client than one you’ve done demos for over time.

If it’s been a few weeks, and you haven’t heard anything, unless it’s a whale, it might be time to shake the dust off your feet and move on to the next prospect.

How to Solve the $14 Billion CRM Debacle

The right way to do things is to use selling tools (phone, email, etc) to connect with your customers, but if you don’t have a method of logging all customer communications, you’re leaving deals and money on the table.

The Five F’s of Driving Revenue Capacity

It’s easier to keep track of the status of your sales team and what needs to be tackled next by using the Five F’s: Field, Focus, Fundamentals, Forecast, and Fun.

By keeping these categories in mind as a sales leader, you can see where your team is working well and where things need to be improved to drive revenue.

Learn how to use the five F’s to create scalable in your sales organization.

How to Use Collaborative Selling to Knock out the Competition

Sales can often feel like tossing messages in bottles to your audience and hoping they respond to you instead of your competitors.

What’s a sales teams to do?

Enter in collaborate selling.

Learn why you should incorporate this method into your sales organization.

Following All the Cool Things That Entrepreneurs Do

When Thom Singer started blogging about cool things his friends did, his readership went through the roof. Later, he shifted that idea and put it in podcast form, creating Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do. Yep: it’s exactly what it sounds like. In this episode, Thom talks about his favorite episodes from the podcast, touching on the…

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