Here we go, another “bash cold calling” blog post, right? Far from it! Cold calling still works (in various degrees for all of us) but should it be the only way you target prospects today?
Social sharing is a huge element of content marketing. Achieving a high number of social shares is great for SEO, increases your credibility, and of course, improves your content’s visibility.
If you’re like many sales leaders, you probably think that the best time to enrol your team in a sales training program is at the beginning of the calendar year. After all, many organizations’ sales kickoffs happen at the beginning of the year. This makes January, February, and March the most popular time of the year for sales training. But did you know that the summer is also an amazing time for sales training? In fact, it’s the second most popular time of the year, and many sales leaders are getting on board and enrolling their teams in summer sales training programs. Here’s why:
How is social activity tied to your existing sales funnel?
Can you measure Social Selling tactics using your existing CRM?
How do you ultimately report on pipeline and ROI from Social Selling?
Measuring the ROI of your Social Selling efforts is imperative. However, many companies are still unsure about what the best practices are for tracking and measuring the impact of Social Selling.
For many content marketers, creating with words comes a little bit easier than creating visually.
https://salesforlife.com At Sales for Life you’ve heard us talk about the necessity for optimizing your LinkedIn Profiles to be more buyer-centric. Sales, HR, Marketing, Technology, Operations, Executives, and more, all professionals can convey expertise. And believe me folks, we all have buyers. Somehow, some way, we’re all selling something at all times. Hillary Clinton is on LinkedIn to demonstrate exactly this. She’s online because her buyers (voters) are. And her LinkedIn Profile demonstrates that she supports working professionals and has their interests in mind. Without further delay my friends, here are the 3 key takeaways from Hillary Clinton’s LinkedIn Profile.
Social media is the ultimate level playing field. Instead of dominant voices, the evolution of social media proliferation has democratized the communications process. Ideas can’t be stopped and are capable of changing people, societies, governments and more.