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On our mission to help you gain a better understanding of the digital media landscape in general, and ad fraud in specific, we had another sit down with Rich Kahn, the CEO and co-founder of eZanga and Anura.io, who shared his exclusive new ad fraud report with us. And it's packed with interesting new findings!
Competition, love it or hate it, is an essential part of being in sales. Whether you’re dealing with internal competition from fellow sales reps or an external threat from competitor companies in your industry, competition drives us to be the best we can be. But when it comes to winning new business and increasing market share, what are you doing to differentiate yourself from the competition? If you’re not already testing new and different strategies or tactics, here are 5 ideas to consider as you position yourself against the competition.
The right sales training for your employees is integral to the success of your business. Before you invest, make sure you have all of the information you need to make a smart decision.
It’s amazing how far a simple “thank you” can go.
As soon as you close a sale, what should you? Hopefully you’ll give yourself a moment to celebrate and give yourself a pat on the back. But the most important thing to remember is that your work isn’t over, but rather it’s only just begun.
Let’s face it. Time is the biggest factor when determining your sales success.
Despite industry initiatives to address it, ad fraud is still a massive issue. In fact, costs of ad fraud are expected to soar to $19 billion by the end of 2018, which means all players in the digital advertising ecosystem need to be proactive against it. We want to help you gain a better understanding of the digital media landscape in general, and ad fraud in specific, so we sat down with Rich Kahn, the CEO and co-founder of eZanga and Anura.io, who helped break down the fundamentals of ad fraud by sharing his insights and answers into 7 commonly asked questions: