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Sales Opportunity Analysis

Salespeople are optimistic by nature. They have to be, in a career where rejection is commonplace. However, it’s not always smart to go after every sales opportunity, especially when it’s a sale that utilizes a lot of resources. Brian Sullivan, interviewed by John Golden, discusses sales opportunity analysis for enterprise ...

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Sales Management Through Pipeliner CRM

In this ebook author, Nikolaus Kimla gets very specific, dealing with sales management through CRM. He personally believes (as do a lot of experts today) that utilizing a CRM is the only way to manage a sales team—and in fact, it is practically impossible to manage one without it. There ...

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Sales and Marketing Alignment: Time To Get Serious!

We’re well into the 21st century—yet the subject of Sales and Marketing alignment still seems as pertinent today as it has ever been. In many organizations, the frustrations seem to endure with every passing year. The age-old blame games are played out. Sales bemoan the quality of leads that Marketing ...

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Why Planning Matters in Sales

Planning in Sales, and Why it Matters The dictionary definition of a plan is “a method for achieving an end.” A method is “a systematic procedure or technique.” Contained within that simple sentence is the key to why some salespeople succeed, and why some don’t. In many ways, we are ...

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Why Sales and Customers Get Lost at the Front Desk

Why Sales and Customers Get Lost at the Front Desk Missed sales opportunities are not something any business owner wants. Most owners will extensively review operations to ensure sales opportunities don’t walk out the door. But, how many times have you wondered what’s going on at the front desk? You’re ...

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Improve Your Sales Tools

The Scorecard of Closing: Improve Your Sales Tools The last article I wrote is called The Different Shades of Sales, and it’s a fact that sales have many different aspects and facets. Working in sales requires a person in their entirety, on both a personal and professional level. People in sales ...

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Defining a Sales Win

How Do You Define a Sales Win? There are many ways to wins in sales. Often, the only ‘win’ that salespeople get credit for is when a deal closes. However, this mentality can be harmful. This kind of thinking is how salespeople get burnt out, get discouraged, or in some cases even ...

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Motivation in Sales

Motivation in Sales: Never Giving Up Motivation in sales can be a difficult thing to come by. In the world of sales where salespeople get rejected continuously, it’s easy to get defeated and feel discouraged. SalesPop! is bringing you a new category of expert sales interviews centered around motivation. Kicking ...

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The Sales EQ Sales Teams

Why High Sales EQ Sales Teams Win More Business Emotional intelligence, or EI, is a person’s ability to recognize their own, and other’s, emotions. Emotionally intelligent sales teams win more business. They are competitive and collaborative, which are two words not often used to describe a sales team. Collaboration requires teamwork ...

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