Customer Engagement: How Not To Ignore Your Biggest Fans

You’ve optimized your blog post for the search engines. You’ve filled your sales letter with enough technical details to satisfy even the geekiest of geeks. But have you ...
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So Your Biggest Customer Is Breaking Up With You

  Ok. You have a large client (or maybe it's your biggest customer) that's been with you for years. You have a great relationship, they’re in love with your services, and ...
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MSP Lead Generation: Stop Losing Business to the Shop Down the Street

So I have good news and bad news. If you are reading this, you probably are being outsold by a competitor. That's the bad news. The good news is that this does not have to be a ...
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Cubism, Slaughterhouse Five, and Persuasive Sales Copy

What do these three things have in common? Famous cubists like Picasso and Weber, along with Vonnegut’s Tralfamadorians in his famous work, Slaughterhouse 5, all saw the ...
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Why Discovery Sales Meetings Shouldn’t Happen In-Person

So, you’re in the world of sales. It’s a fast-paced industry, with a ton of moving parts, and you likely have a lot on your plate.
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The Most Overlooked, Stupid Sales Tips

When you consider the easiest thing, what comes to mind? A poor product? No sales funnel? While relevant, the real answer is simpler than that.
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Why Journalists Are Some of The Best Content Marketers

The Holy Bible of journalism is The Elements of Style by E.B. White and William Strunk (the AP Stylebook is a close second).
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How Many Follow Ups Does It Take To Make a Sale?

Sales isn’t for everyone. Why? Because most people don’t like constant rejection. But sales people eat it for breakfast.
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How to Generate Leads for Software Development Projects

Outsourced software development has become big business, and it comes in many different flavors: from quick integrations to fully blown outsourced technology departments, ...
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Country Club Memberships Aren't Enough to Grow Your P&C Insurance Business

Securing quality appointments to sell P&C insurance is hard. It's hard because the incumbent is the decision maker’s brother-in-law’s golf buddy. It's hard because the space is ...
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