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Why should you ask for a next scheduled step at the end of a meeting?
Anyone who works in sales can appreciate how difficult it is to secure a new client. If you think of acquiring a new customer in terms of the effort it takes to build new relationships with new people, prove your capabilities, establish credibility for yourself and your company as well as negotiate new agreements, then you can understand why your existing customers are your biggest assets. When working with existing customers, the barriers of developing new relationships and proving the ROI of your product or service won’t necessarily apply since you’ve already established trust and have a direct connection with the client. Prospecting within your current customer base offers many advantages and you can start maximizing your relationships with these 4 tips:
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.
Account Managers, who are sometimes also new business Account Executives and sometimes called Account Directors, have a tricky job.
Selling right means asking the right questions. This is the single most important sales tip I’ve taken away from the digital world. It’s not just about asking, it’s about learning to listen and interpret the answers.
Do you and your salespeople know what content syndication, landing page optimization or programmatic buying mean? Here are 20 important digital terms you should know for your digital knowledge and company’s performance.