Sales Tool Follow-Up

It’s been eight years since the post below concerning sales contact management tools (CMR). Musubi Mail seems to have disappeared. Yesware is still alive and kicking. Meanwhile, many companies that didn’t exist eight years ago are now on the Top 21 Best CRM tool list. Act and Maximizer which a reader used, is another long-lived

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Take Photos. Shoot Video.

The studies are in. NOTHING attracts readers and viewers like video and photos. The funny thing about videos? Even if they’re technically not the best they still can attract a crowd if they are entertaining with good content. People just love watching videos online. If you have a blog, try to always publish a blog

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How to Change Careers as an Older Employee in a Young Workforce

Surely, it is no secret that times are changing faster than anyone can react. We are in the midst of a global pandemic that has sparked a technological change in the workforce and how work is performed. For older generations within the workforce, this change can be daunting and lead many to wonder what they

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Do You Have a Telephone Voice?

If you’ve ever been around a mother with young children you know what a “telephone voice” is. One minute mom is angrily yelling, “If you don’t stop that…,” then the phone rings and that angry voice suddenly sounds as though they were soaking in a hot tub eating chocolate bon-bons while getting a foot massage

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Is There a Good Sales Contact Management Tool?

Over the 45 years I’ve been involved in sales, I’ve used all kinds of sales contact management tools for tracking, follow-up and reporting. They range from a pad of paper to some of the most sophisticated (and complicated) tech based tools of today. And, I still haven’t found that one tool that is effective, simple,

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If Someone Tweets In the Woods

Does anyone hear it? During my four months away, the number of times I tweeted something to my 2700 followers was less than a couple dozen and those were 99% fired off at politicians who annoy me and don’t follow me. However, despite not tweeting and not reading one single tweet for four months, my

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People do business with people that they know, like, and trust. Since we can’t pick or choose the “type” of person we are most likely to trust and like right away, we need to learn how to effectively with everyone’s personality style.” Learn how in this report and start increasing your sales right away!

Selling To The Four Personality Types

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