To say, no (sales) man is an island, is easier said than Donne. Sales folk understand how much work it takes to close a deal than just rely on the gift of the gab. Making a claim to solve a pain point to backing it up with numbers that matter – needs a bit of help. When sales folk go to events, 1:1 meetings are crucial to closing those important deals. These blogs will give you insights to help you do just that.
We’ve all heard that the pen is mightier than the sword. This blog tells you how to wield it in a way that will create maximum impact. If you’re looking at improving email open rates for your cold emails or writing compelling copy, this should be your go-to site. Let Heather R Morgan and her team guide you to be the best goat in the business! (You might want to visit the blog here to know about the goat reference)
If you’re a small business or a large enterprise, chances are you’re using the Salesforce CRM. And if you aren’t, you’ve read and heard about the industry leaders who share their insights on the salesforce.com blog. If you’re looking for strategies, and tactical tips, this is your watering hole.
Looking for pointers on how to maximise resources and not cut corners? Look no further. Apart from the blog, you can access webinars, e-books, join the conversation in the LinkedIn community and participate in workshops among other content repositories.
A Sales Guy
Sales folk do have the gift of the gab. Jim Keenan’s blog will make you feel as if you’ve just had a conversation with him. It’s easy to see why he is one of the best names in sales and marketing. He tells you how to leverage the power of social to sell in blog posts that are easy to read and consume.
What’s better is, if you’re crunched for time for the written word, you can watch his short videos or listen to his podcast.
Hubspot Sales Blog
Read what more than 32,000 sales professionals are reading. From tips and trends to best practices – the blog gives you access to all the information you need to better your sales pitch and raise the bar.
Watch this space for more blog mentions next week. Till then, happy reading!