• Managing a Sales Team: 7 Lessons from a First-Time Sales Leader

    … I wasn’t always in Sales. I graduated college with a degree in Graphic Design and Presentation and minored in Art. My first real job out of college was working as a production associate at a local sign shop, assisting with digital design and installation of signage. Fortunately for me, the next step in my career was joining Bob in the early…

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  • The REAL Cure to Information Overload

    … If your business hasn’t been booming and you’re not growing your income daily then please indulge me for just a minute. I want you to wrap your brain around this concept. It’s a way of thinking about your marketing that can spark an entire shift in the way you’ve been doing things. Here goes… You need to go on a low information diet. ==>See…

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  • How to Analyze a Lost Sale: 3 Simple Must-Follow Steps

    … Could have. Would have. Should have. These are likely the thoughts going through your head when reflecting on a lost sales opportunity. But is this thought process productive? Thinking about what you could have, should have and would have done if only…is enough to drive anyone crazy. …

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  • Why Every Salesperson Must Be a Master Storyteller

    …, when the time came, I enrolled in the Journalism program at Emerson College in Boston, MA. (#1 Journalism school in the country, woot!) But as you’ll see today, my job title doesn’t include journalist, editor, or even the word content. Over the years, I have found myself in a sales role, but I’ve also learned that my storytelling skills are as essential to sales as they would be to any literary career I could’ve entered. …

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  • How to Create a Successful Customer Retention Plan

    … I’ll never forget the feeling I had when I lost my first client. I was 24 years old, new to the inbound marketing game, and it hit me like a brick wall. I was blindsided, which meant my boss was blindsided, and I felt like I let the whole company down. I’ll never forget the feeling -- but I’ll also never forget the lesson I learned. Though I…

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  • Know How Your Website Structure Can Impact Your Business Sales?

    … market. For your business to be profitable, it needs to make a lot of sales. You can accomplish this feat only if you get significant traffic trickling into your website. You will only achieve this if your site stands out from the pack. A quality website design will see this happen. 4. It Will Have More Customers A good design incorporates…

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  • Why Customer Reviews Really Matter in Improving Your Sales

    … “I’m rubber and you're glue, whatever you say bounces off me and sticks to you.” “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Growing up we are taught not to care what other people say about us with old adages like these. These sayings are great for boosting the confidence of a child, but they do little for boosting your business. Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words... may actually hurt your sales. Enter customer reviews. …

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  • 7 Best CRMs for Small Business Owners

    … traditional marketing. So, if your goal is to eventually incorporate more inbound marketing as your company grows, HubSpot is a viable option. Price: Free Users that want to utilize more of HubSpot has to offer will move to their Marketing Software or Sales Software. Marketing Software prices are $200 – $2400/month with onboarding cost from $600…

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