After reading this post, you will know which form of lead you are dealing with, how to turn each type into prospects, and which leads to prioritize.
Here, you will learn everything you need to know about managing a sales team, from training your team members to motivating them, so that you can effectively nurture the next superstars of your organization.
During job interviews, sales reps say money is their top motivator. However, this assessment disregards other factors that motivate salespeople, such as the desire to contribute to the team, a sense of pride in their work, and a competitive spirit. We show you 13 non-financial ways to motivate yourself sales team.
In this post, we go over 12 tested B2B sales closing techniques and why they work. After reading, you can add a couple to your repertoire so that you can push more deals out of the “positioning” phase and into “closed/won”.
A sale cycle is never free of objection. But, neither is forming a plan with a group of friends.
People rarely accept what they are told is the best course of action without some contemplation, which leads to objections—or reasons against a decision.
Every sales process is measured by two factors – Time and Numbers. Inefficient prospecting leads to time-wasting as well as poor B2B lead generation. Many sales representatives still engage in outdated and ineffective techniques, which remains the leading cause of unqualified B2B leads.
Choosing which type of sales to prioritize is a difficult feat for any salesperson. Your choice will depend on your solution, target market, and other business specifications. Here is what you need to know about the differences between inside and outside sales so you can decide which to implement.
From sending out a welcome email to keeping your customers up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry, or announcing your new products/services, email allows you to reach out to both existing clients and new prospects. Since email has become one of the most commonly used forms of professional communication, here are a few sales outreach email templates.
You could spend 10 minutes crafting the most personalized, interesting, and action-inducing email possible, only to have it sit unopened in your prospect’s inbox because of a poor subject line.
As a B2B salesperson, you are aware that each day is an opportunity to inch (or dash) closer to your goals. To take those little, often difficult steps consistently (the calls, the follow-ups, the presentations), you have to trust the process.