Published By: InsideView
Published Date: Aug 17, 2015
Whether you’re a marketer, a salesperson, or otherwise contributing to revenue growth, learning a few social selling techniques will help you fill your deal funnel with more–and better–leads.
But it’s not as simple as creating a few tweets and browsing through LinkedIn.
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This short 30 minute webinar will show you how social selling will help you:
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Published By: Brainshark
Published Date: Aug 02, 2017
As buyers have become increasingly more savvy and better-educated, B2B sales organizations have changed their strategies. But that can’t happen in a vacuum – sales training must change as well.
This brief provides specific ways to improve both the training content delivered to sales reps and the all-important methods for delivering that content. With this actionable information, managers and trainers can begin enacting real change that gets reps more conversation-ready than ever before.
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The typical strategy for meeting sales targets is to set aggressive individual rep quotas, rely on your top reps to achieve them, and then hope to get enough from the rest of your team to get over the top. Find out how to make a major shift in your sales approach for the better in order to both increase individual sales rep effectiveness and improve collaborative team selling.
"Whether you call yourself a company, brand, brand manufacturer, manufacturer, wholesaler, branded manufacturer or one of the other myriad of categorizations out there, there’s never been a better time to focus on direct-to-consumer (D2C) marketplaces as part of your go-to market strategy. Some 60% of consumers are already visiting your website instead of your retailers’ sites, and more than half will opt to buy directly from brand manufacturers when given the option.
After years of relying on marketplaces to handle so many mission-critical activities, it can be challenging to build a successful D2C model that thoroughly addresses them all. This process will require a new way of thinking for you, a cultural shift for your employees and a lot of logistics for everyone involved.
But how can you know when it’s time to start selling on e-commerce marketplaces? While the benefits of transitioning to a D2C marketplace model are undeniable, it also requires a significant investment of time