Have you tried video as a sales tool yet? If not, odds are you’re missing out.
This blog is for all you inner geeks, superhero and Hollywood movie watchers.
This might sound strange but I’m going to start this post off by saying I’m not a big advocate of sales tools. What I mean by that is I firmly believe that less is more when it comes to adopting new tools to help you or your sales teams hit your targets.
As 2017 is just around the corner, I thought I’d shed some light on a few new exciting sales tools that have come to my attention recently. These tools are big up and comers in the new year. If you want to stay on top of your game as a sales pro, I highly recommend checking them out!
Is Facebook moving into the social selling space? And if so, could Facebook be the next LinkedIn killer? Members at Facebook’s development team revealed to Sales for Life executives the company is planning to expand into the professional network space by 2019.
One of the most exciting aspects of social selling is that it applies to all types of organizations and teams. And yet, whenever marketing suggests that sales should be using social media to “sell more, bigger, and faster,” well, we’re all familiar with that eye roll. 😏
This seems to be one of the most popular questions we field from organizations worldwide. Stemming from the need to become more social in nature, sales teams are beginning to evaluate Navigator as a necessary sales acceleration and effectiveness tool.
When sales pros start their social selling routine, Instagram probably isn’t the first tool that comes to mind. But for a platform that boasts over 400 million users and 80 million posts per day, Instagram has established itself as a worthy place for brands — and individuals — to engage with their audience, widen their reach and prospect customers.
With the growing importance and prevalence of social networks in our daily lives, all of us at some point have wondered if the size of our social networks matters.
The answer: it depends on a few factors. Let’s explore them here.
This question comes in many flavors and forms and is raised often.
As your company builds a social selling program, consider the following points as a pressure check on what’s happening in the market today.