By Gini Dietrich Today begins a week-long look at Content Jam, starting with my keynote and ending on Thursday with analytics. Each post will run at noon CT this week and is written by a member of our team.
Today’s guest post comes from Nicolina Cabezal, marketing manager at NYC-based premium paper company JAM Paper & Envelope. JAM is a go-to shop for PR to create media kits and other promotional materials—and they’re on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
How would you like to be featured on CNN, CBS News, the BBC and VH1? If you're San Francisco area artist Steven Backman, that's just a few months' coverage. But unlike many professionals, he doesn't use a high-end PR firm to shill for him.
What percentage of sales people, on average, miss their quota? What is the average close rate? How much better do the best sales reps perform compared to the average? What percentage of salespeople actually understand their customer’s pain?
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