We all seem to be busy. We feel overwhelmed at times, and the pace of change we are experiencing and the demands on our time don’t seem to be letting up. With all that we are dealing with, the last thing we want to hear is that we need to be doing more. Hear me out. I am not exactly suggesting that we do more, but instead that we are smart about we do more of. There is no shortage of tips on productivity, apps, and services, but it is less about those things and more about how we manage our priorities.
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KPI – Keep Your President Interested One of the byproducts of a healthy Social Selling routine is the incremental revenue you will drive. Another obvious one is an increase in the number of sales meetings you will book.
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The following is the sixth in the series "Personal Branding For A Better Life," in which marketing expert Jim Joseph applies big brand marketing lessons to help you build a successful personal brand.
If you were marketing a big brand for a living, the notion of outlining an annual marketing business plan would be second nature to you. Those of us who have managed brands through the years are very much used to the process.
Tap In To Social Selling For B2B Business 2 Community Tap In To Social Selling For B2B image SocialMedia Not surprisingly, social selling can work for B2B brands because, well, the people that work for, and purchase for B2B companies are people...
Social Selling evangelist Jill Rowley reveals the keys to teaching Oracle's sales force of 23,000 how to use social media to connect with today's B2B buyer. (RT @B2BJeff: Before you can train salespeople in #SocialSelling, here's step no.
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