What if you could deliver an engaging presentation to your prospects – a presentation that immediately makes you more likeable, credible, and trustworthy – without actually being there? And what if you could create this presentation once, and then let it
Recently, Celina Guerrero of Social to Sales shared her sales funnel organization tactics on the LinkedIn Sales Solutions blog. In her post, Celina described how she divides her social selling efforts into two camps:
Previously, we published the post “5 things Dale Carnegie can teach you about social selling.” This post, based on Carnegie’s classic book How to Win Friends and Influence People, adapted key takeaways from the bestseller in order to demonstrate the
Are you proud of your social media cover photos? Do you want to find out how to improve them? Your cover photo is the first thing anyone sees when they visit your social media profiles. Make that first impression a positive one.
At Pardot, we use marketing automation every day, and not just on our marketing team. Our sales reps have had great success using automation during the selling process — and they're here to offer a few tips that can help you find success as well.
'This post outlines seven healthy links you can build in 2016. They’re not all quick, easy, or cheap, but almost every good link I’ve ever built has required real time, thought, and effort.
These seven ideas are a great starting point. There are plenty of other links you can build, of course, but sometimes you have to think just a little bit outside the box.
If you’re interested in sustainable links and more relevant web traffic, read on. If you want something quick and easy, there are posts on other websites to help with that. If you run a real business or work with clients, who run real businesses, just make sure the links you build are earned and will benefit your website in the long-run.
Let’s start off with a cold, hard truth: You can’t sell your stuff on LinkedIn. That may seem like a strange thing for a LinkedIn sales trainer to say, but it’s true. LinkedIn is about relationships and engagement that can lead
LifeHealthPro Social selling in the 21st century LifeHealthPro Opening the conference were two individuals whose sole purpose in their day-to-day job is figuring out how to leverage social media to increase sales: Dan Swift, director for LinkedIn...
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