In both sales and marketing, it is important to match the right personality to the right role. Before deciding on final placements within the company, determine the unique set of skills that each individual on your sales team has.
In part 1 of this article, we discussed the importance of creating a sense of urgency in sales and how to express that urgency to a prospect. In today’s Advisor, we’ll cover another important topic for getting a positive response from a prospect.
As more brands take their products and services global, international marketing is in the spotlight. Here are trends to watch for in 2018.
Never stop learning. Marketing is a constantly changing field, and to refuse to accept this fact is to all but guarantee your eventual demise.
In part 1 of this article, we talked about how to recover from a bad sales call and how to get back to dialing without being in a negative headspace. In today’s Advisor, we’ll talk about another situation revolving around sales calls—the importance of a follow-up call.
Need some customer service inspiration? It’s time for a YouTube binge.
When dealing with an unhappy customer, you want to avoid giving refunds. What should you do instead to try to solve the issue?
When it comes to sales, the proof is in the pudding. Results can’t be manipulated to suggest one thing or another, and customers can’t be forced into buying products in order for a salesperson to meet set quotas. Either the sale is made, or it isn’t, and the journey towards a signed contract is about […]
As summer fades into a distant memory and teams make the shift from vacation mode to planning mode, many marketing teams are thinking about next year’s budget and planning initiatives for the year ahead. An important part of that discussion is structuring your company’s next marketing retreat.
Market research can help you ground your marketing plans for next year in the latest data. Here are four trends you can expect to see in market research during 2018.