Last year, sales superstar, Christopher Ware, wrote a post about ways that salespeople can excel in the Party Bantersphere. Below are some of Christopher’s keen insights, so you can brush up before the invites come rushing in. How to work a room Read More
“Hey, just checking in – did you have a chance to read my last email to you? I know you are busy right now – but here’s a copy of it just in case you have a chance to read it now.” This Read More
When I started my career I was lousy at working a room. I could do a lunch meeting and nail it. Public speaking or a sales presentation? No problem. But I was terrible at large cocktail parties or receptions. I felt like Read More
During the holidays last year, I was stuck watching America’s Next Top Appetizer Food Truck, or some such thing. The contestants had to prepare a meal for the judges (who saw that twist coming?). One of the judges arrived late and missed Read More
Carl Landau famously (or infamously) offered to send “cats in the mail” to his advertising clients. I’m known for sending burritos to get calls back. Every salesperson faces the same dilemma: how to get noticed by the decision-makers.
We all love email. It’s easy. Cut and paste and done. Phone calls? Harder, but it gets the job done. If these old standbys aren’t getting the results you need, maybe it’s time to get out of the office!
[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”] Finding the right prices for your event sponsorships can be as hard as finding a L.A. Dodger’s shirt in Carl’s closet. But it doesn’t have to be. A few years ago I Read More
Most sales people talk 90% of the sales call. Stop talking and start asking great questions! Like a game of chess between 2-players, each of your questions should develop to your next move. Each progressive answer from your advertiser will then help Read More