AdMall’s 8th State of TV Media Sales survey reveals that revenue is expected to grow despite challenges.
The state of the industry is good year over year, but there is a lot of room for improvement. 68% of managers say their sales team’s results were up in 2017 (vs. 2016), and most sales teams met or exceeded their sales goal in 2017 (only 44% came up short). As the media landscape becomes increasingly fractured and segmented, television media executives, TV sales managers and sales reps across the nation are facing similar obstacles. The free downloadable white paper is chock-full of fascinating data and information for the TV media sales industry.
It’s no secret that top-performing sales reps do things differently than others in the industry. Thankfully, recent insights shed some light on the tactics of top performers, as well as what buyers want during that first contact.
SalesFuel announces the release of its 2017 AudienceSCAN survey results, delivering vital purchase intent and psychographic data for consumer marketers and sales forces across all industries. Now in its 8th year, this in-depth analysis of more than 18,000 U.S. adult (18+) consumers gives you the exclusive insight to better understand what’s in the hearts and
Having a sales plan for each customer is nothing more than selling by objectives. You should plan before entering a sales situation, rather than reacting to whatever develops in the sales interview.
The twin forces of technology and efficiency keep causing managers to reduce positions. Salespeople are not immune. Up to 1 million B2B sales positions could disappear in the next few years. Do you want to know how to hang on to your position?
From SalesFuel’s 2016 State of Media Sales study, we’ve identified 10 of the things that many media sales managers are doing to prevent sales – instead of increase them. How does your team compare? Download the free white paper and find out.
Marketers seeking to reach specific audiences often use the tools on Google Display Network for their display ad campaigns. Doing so allows them to narrow down placements, sites, categories, topics, keywords, demographics, device and remarketing. Despite all of these options, it’s tough to run campaigns successfully without the proper research tools.
The October 2010 Ad-ology Insights video briefing features data on Multi-Tasking Consumers, Interests+Attitudes of Foodies, and the growing U.S. Chocolate Market.