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Real-Time Sales: Our methodology for selling

Real-time sales is not just about speed. It’s about real conversations, too. We’re often asked, what do you mean when you talk about real-time sales? In this blog, we describe our methodology for selling, a strategy based on changing data that’s as fresh as possible.

Best Practices For Using Vainu Under The New Circumstances

You had everything figured out. Your goals for 2020 were set, your sales playbook was locked in, and you’d even trained the team and got them operating smoothly.

Survey Results: B2B Sales Under Unprecedented Circumstances

How do you continue selling in the current situation? Will companies invest or scale back their sales activities? What effect do all-remote sales teams have on productivity?

Sales Operations: What it is and Best Practices

A crucial part of a live performance happens behind the scenes. The word of the stage manager, the sound crew, the costume designer, and many other roles shape what happens on stage and bring writing to life. In a sales organization, there’s a set of activities that occurs behind the curtain to help sales organization run effectively, efficiently, and in support of business strategies and objectives. Without sales operations, the show would certainly not go on!

Practical Tips to Do Remote Sales Effectively

A long and firm handshake. This gesture used to signify the end of a long sales process. At that moment, the prospect and the salesperson developed a solid relationship, even a friendship, after meeting in person several times at each other’s office, and more often than not, for a good amount of after-work cocktails.

The Definitive Sales and Marketing Glossary: 62 Common Sales Terms Explained

The secret of successful sales and marketing alignment is simply constant, effective communication. But this can't happen when both teams speak different languages. That's why we thought we'd take a moment to go back to basics and rounded up this complete glossary of sales and marketing terms.

This practical sales glossary is also meant for any sales managers who are on-boarding new reps. It will help newbies get immersed in B2B sales jargon in no time.

5 Tried and True Tactics to Run a Successful Smarketing Program

S is for superhero. And, S is for smarketing. The alignment of sales and marketing teams around common goals is a talent of a more earthly nature than spider-like abilities, and yet, it has the potential of radically transforming the way B2B organizations market and sell their products. The best of it? You don't need to be born on the planet Krypton to unleash its potential. In this blog, we cover five practical ways of running a smarketing program that works.

Company Information: What it Means for B2B Sales and Where to Find it

Information has become our most valuable commodity. Skimming the top five results of a Google search makes us feel like an expert in any field, with enough knowledge to make an informed decision about our purchases, our health, the books we need to read, our whole life, or simply, our next dinner menu. Similarly, informed decisions drive the already long and sophisticated B2B sales process.

10 Best Sales Intelligence Tools for Prospecting in 2020

Traditional sales prospecting is incomplete in the fast-paced modern era. It ought to be backed up with technologically equipped sales tools that are innovative and futuristic in their orientation.

Sales professionals who rely on sales technology outperform their peers. There's a vast ocean of tools available today that all promise to help salespeople skyrocket their numbers. There are ten sales tools categories that sales professionals should be acquainted with. One of these, sales intelligence, empowers salespeople to organize relevant searches for companies with a specific set of updated data-points.

Rally Your Troops: A Guide to an Impactful Sales Kickoff Meeting

It quickly became a canonical sequence in film history. In it, Mel Gibson, on a horse and with his face painted blue for battle, delivers a heartfelt, motivational speech before sending his troops into a fight for freedom. It’s a powerful scene, and one that teams of any size and field can relate to.

Every so often, a team needs some inspirational words to boost morale, build trust and rapport, and get everyone re-invigorated to hit their goals. In other words, everybody can use a movie speech from time to time. That’s why sales kickoff meetings exist.

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