Selling Tips & Marketing Quips

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The Art of Being Succinct

One of the most valuable tools for any sales professional is the ability to be succinct. From strict space limitations in creating sales copy for advertisements, offline and online, to crafting effective sales messages to be distributed to potential leads, the importance of the ability to be succinct in sales copywriting cannot be understated.

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Qualifying a Sales Lead


To qualify a sales lead, you’ve got to ask the right questions. It doesn’t make sense to make your sales pitch if you are speaking with a customer who is not the right fit for your company or who is n…

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Using Outsourcing to Overcome Common Business Problems


Small businesses are often identified as the “backbone of the US economy”, serving as the primary source of jobs for most Americans. Small business owners enjoy certain advantages that larger companies dont, like better flexibility during economic changes and a more intimate relationship with their customer base. Although this doesn’t mean small businesses have an easy road to success. Small businesses often have to address a variety of problems in order to keep the door open.

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Why More Companies Are Turning to Inside Sales

Inside sales refers to remote sales or sales that do not take place face to face like outside sales or traditional sales. Sometimes inside sales is referred to as virtual sales. Whatever term is used, it represents the vast majority of sales. Inside sales are achieved via the computer, mobile devices, and telephones, for example. Many companies are turning to inside sales because a myriad of benefits is associated with these non-traditional forms of selling.

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Why More Companies Are Turning to Inside Sales

Inside sales refers to sales that do not take place face to face. Sometimes inside sales is referred to as “virtual” sales. Whatever term is used, it represents the vast majority of sales. Inside sales are achieved via the computer, mobile devices, and telephones, for example. Many companies are turning to inside sales because a myriad of benefits is associated with these non-traditional forms of selling.

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Is Your Business Ready to Outsource Your Marketing?

Many businesses are already seeking outside marketing professionals to collaborate with for their business.

Outsourcing a marketing team is a fabulous way for a business to focus on what it does best. By contracting with an outside firm, a business will be able to obtain the professional marketing services it needs without having to manage its own marketing department. By examining the benefits of working with an outsourced marketing team, you may find yourself ready to obtain their services.