Here’s a situation. You wake up early to work out and afterwards rush to work early because you know you have a busy day ahead of you. Afterwards, you pick up your child from daycare, watch them until bedtime and then finally have a moment to yourself on the couch. What do you watch? According to a new study from Future Today, you’re most likely to choose an ad-supported streaming service, as nearly 51% of other US consumers do.
Emily Morgan, is an entrepreneur with an innate heart for helping others. As the leader of Delegate Solutions, she and her team help business owners and entrepreneurs find more freedom and elevate their time using proven delegation strategies. She’s been featured in Forbes as a Top 50 Remote Employer, contributed articles to the Huffington Post, and highlighted in the New York Times. In this episode, In this episode, we discuss: top mistakes leaders make in delegating; the Delegate Freedom System — what it is and how to use it; how to identify what to delegate—tips and process to narrow it down; 5 bottleneck behaviors of entrepreneurs; and what leaders find it so hard to delegate.
Hiring a new salesperson is always difficult — especially in the current job market. But what if your next superstar is already employed by your company? Or what if they're already on your team — just in a different role? They could even be working in a non-sales role for a business you frequent regularly. Certified Behavioral Analyst and SalesFuel CEO C. Lee Smith teams up with Steven Sisler, behavioral mastermind and CEO of Behavioral Resource Group, to help you address one of the most pressing problems your sales team faces today — recruiting high-potential sales talent and developing them into high performers.
Cold calling is evolving, and performed correctly, it can be a valuable part of the sales process. Having success, though, means tailoring your cold calling techniques to the digital landscape…and customers with new needs, priorities, and challenges. Watch our webinar to learn how cold calling has evolved through the years and what you can do today for success. From using a value-based selling strategy to creating a strategic cold calling system, learn the techniques that transform cold calling into an effective, thoughtful part of your overall sales strategy. What’s the worst thing to do in cold calling? Actually going in cold! Learn how to up your cold calling game with today’s best practices.
Just when we thought the rapid growth of inside sales would slow down, we are once again faced with the ongoing challenge of how to find and hire competent sellers. Whether it is to fill a growing SDR/BDR team, AM’s, AE’s or Customer Success, it’s never been harder to find just the right talent. This all-star panel shares their own ideas, and tips on how to address one of our profession’s toughest challenges, in this 30-minute session from the Fall 2021 AA-ISP Virtual Sales Summit.
Depending on which source you believe, nearly half of U.S. workers are ready to leave their jobs. Yes, we’ve all been through an extraordinary 18 months of work-related and social change.
The hardest part for any business is standing out from the competition. It can be especially difficult when you’ve never spent a large among of money on advertising, due to uncertainty around ROI. Small businesses feel this strain even more due to the fear of not being able to compete with big box retailers. Jeremy Weaver, an account executive for WSIL-TV, was keenly aware of these factors when he approached a small, home remodeling contractor.
Receiving feedback is a necessary part of growing professionally. While it may be difficult to face at times, it’s important to be thoughtful about what you hear and use it to improve as a salesperson. Because of just how tailored personal feedback can be, it can be extremely valuable.
Sales organizations need a comprehensive virtual sales coach platform to compete in this new business environment.
Like most industries in 2020, out-of-home advertising took a nasty hit in gross revenue. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the media type dropped 13.1% in revenue to $51.6 billion globally, its worst drop ever according to PQ Media. It’s not all doom and gloom, however, because 2021 has seen out-of-home advertising rebound in a big way. According to the Out of Home Advertising Association, U.S. revenue increased 38% in the second quarter of 2021 compared to the previous year, accounting for $2 billion.
Stress is a part of many sales reps’ lives, and a survey found that 57% of sales professional respondents feel like they are close to experiencing burnout. The high-stress job, combined with stressors outside of work (like the COVID-19 pandemic) can be overwhelming, affecting reps physically and mentally.
Millions of small businesses work around the clock figuring out how to best reach their customers. It can be a constant struggle. Trying to anticipate the right marketing strategies that’ll achieve success to keep up with the changing demand is no small feat. To start, it’s known that small businesses need smart website design, but more importantly, they also need to understand their clientele. A new report from Constant Contact shows how small businesses think their online marketing is doing with their customer base, and how customers view it as well.
There are not many things worse than being ghosted. Whether it’s business or personal, the feeling of being completely ignored is, simply put, awful. For Dianna Humphreys, a multi-media sales consultant for The News-Press Media Group, this was exactly what happened when she approached a local roofing company.
Getting referrals shouldn’t feel like a tedious task. If you’re having difficulty obtaining referrals, it may be time to rethink your strategy. Considering how valuable referrals can be for generating new business, reps need to ensure they’re maximizing every opportunity.
A sales management training program is 24% more effective when accompanied by training for sales managers.
As wild as it sounds, the 2021 holiday season has already started. Due to the new realities surrounding COVID-19 and how consumers had to shift their purchasing habits last year, the evolution to an all-digital holiday season may be here sooner than we realize. Those who spent days camping out in front of big box department stores for a new PlayStation in 2007 or 2013 are now in online waiting rooms for the new model this year. Thanks to a new report from Integral Ad Science, there is new information on when consumers are doing their holiday shopping, how they’re budgeting and the importance of online advertising.