Tag: sales brief

Are You Tapping Social Data to Anticipate Client Needs?

Sales professionals everywhere are remarking that their job is getting more difficult. The 2016 Selling Challenges Study by Richardson reveals what the problem might be.

Improve Your Sales Opportunities by 20%

If your idea of successful prospecting is to send an email and wait for the sales to start coming in, you might want to enroll in Sales 201 at your local university. If you don't have time for that, check out the tips compiled by Micheline Nijmeh.

SalesFuel’s New Mobile App Delivers Timely Sales Advice and Marketing Insights

SalesFuel, a leading firm of sales, marketing and management strategists, announces its new mobile application, SalesFuel Insights. The free app is available now for Android in Google Play, for Amazon Fire devices and for Apple devices in the iOS App Store.

Talk Like This To Be a Charisma King

They’re FULL of charisma! You know the ones. Everyone they engage with becomes captivated by them. While some people are born with charismatic personalities, others need to work at it.

Sales Managers: Are You Playing "Dirty?"

Did you ever stop to consider your own behavior as a sales manager? So often, managers never think to reflect on their own attitudes and actions when auditing their teams and work environments.

Hit Prospects With This Powerful One-Two Punch

Want to hit your prospects with a figurative one-two punch? Sales and marketing professional Genie Parker recommends using both email and voicemail to get their attention!

Do You Have What it Takes to be a Super-Boss?

No manager wants to end up as the maligned character in the movie Horrible Bosses. To avoid that fate, check out the Harvard Business Review article penned by Sydney Finkelstein who shares the 'Secrets of the Super-bosses.'

Must-Try Hacks to Boost Your Sales Productivity

Improving productivity can have a major impact on your performance and help you reach your quotas quickly. If you haven’t given much thought to what might be holding you back professionally, take some to time to audit your priorities.