Sales is definitely a numbers game, but it also requires a bit more than strictly business to be successful. The industry’s top performers also inject a little bit of something extra into their process.
Global health service company Cigna released results from a national survey exploring the impact of loneliness in the United States. The survey, conducted in partnership with market research firm, Ipsos, revealed that most American adults are considered lonely.
Plenty of Fish (POF), a dating app for conversations, today released Conversation Nation 2018. The study, which surveyed 2,000 U.S. singles over 18 years of age, revealed conversation as the benchmark for chemistry and compatibility. Seventy-four percent of singles say conversation is the #1 indicator of chemistry, even over physical attraction.
Have you ever secretly wanted to be a rebel? Well, now’s your chance to break some traditional sales rules.
Beginning a relationship is easy. Exploration is predominantly on the surface. Nothing too deep. Nothing too wide. Nothing too revealing.
Part of excellent customer service is keeping on top of your what’s going on with your clients and their business. But, sometimes conversations can stall or you just can’t seem to get enough information out of them.
Marketing strategist Ardath Albee wants more businesses to listen to their clients and prospects. “Surface listening,” which is based solely on self-interested gains, just won’t cut it in 2009, and he urges companies to connect with clients on a deeper level.
Once again Thanksgiving is upon us, and while recent economic woes have put a dent in the holiday cheer of many, there are still reasons for your agency to be thankful.
Corporate gift giving has extended beyond the traditional December holidays, and many companies have adjusted their schedule to send a little something to clients for Thanksgiving.