In September this year, ComScore reported that Pinterest had penetrated the top 50 list of most visited sites in the USA. Not bad for a new social network that is barely 3 years old. The same study highlights Pinterest’s explosive growth, which now equates to over 25 million unique monthly users.
Given this fast-growing user base, Pinterest is a solid choice for attracting more traffic, leads and customers to your business. But if your new Pinterest business page is missing a few critical ingredients, then you could be going nowhere fast.
Did you know that the way you set up your page – the photo you use to promote your business, the description you add to the About section, the boards you create and where you actually place them on the page – can influence your Pinterest marketing efforts?
The folks at Postwire have come up with a great infographic to summarise the evolution of the salesperson. Did you know:
That most of the average modern buying process has been completed before the buyer engages with a salesperson for the first time?That the number of stakeholders in the typical B2B buying decision process is rising significantly, as is the length of the average buying cycle?That the quality of the sales experience is far more important to the decision process than your brand, offering and pricing strategy combined?That most of the time, the deal goes to the sales person that is able to get involved early on and shape the prospect's buying vision?
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