Almost 80% of deals require 5 or more follow up emails to close. The more value you provide for your prospects, the chances of closing the deal are bigger.
Knowing all the trends, new technologies – all that wouldn’t be of much use if you don’t understand the language and basic terminology used by sales development representatives.
Increase engagement and client conversions on the next level using personalized video tools in your everyday communication with future and existing clients.
Want to triple your sales? Learn how with our Predictable Revenue and Pipedrive Mastery Course that is now available for free only for TaskDrive readers.
Quality and efficiency is the key to running a successful business. We have 6 solid reasons to outsource your lead research and boost your team’s productivity.
One more interview from our series of interviews with sales experts. We talked with SuportHero’s co-founder Matic Uzmah about the company, successful customer support and his hobbies.
Networking and prospecting are one of the most successful ways to expand your client and partner base. We find LinkedIn Sales Navigator very useful for prospecting and connecting with leads – all in the same place.
How many times have you been stood up for the sales meeting? Make sure that never happens again using our 8 steps that will help you prevent no-shows on your next sales meetings at conferences.
Read our first interview with Lee Gladish, a co-founder of Reply.io. We talked about what lead to launching Reply, sales processes that helped the company acquire over 2000 customers and some tips for successful email outreach.
Make sure you reach out to leads with an appropriate messaging and ensure to get a time slot for the meeting in their calendar. The secret to making a human connection lies in one word: context.
Information changes so quickly. People are changing jobs and the companies they work for, they have different email accounts and telephone numbers. For a business to stay up-to-date, practicing CRM hygiene is a must.
Make sure you use Twitter next time you are going to a business conference. Be constantly up-to-date with the events and people attending the conference. But, also with those that are not coming, they can be your prospects as well.