Cold emailing is an extremely tricky process. Without any true relationship with your audience, it’s difficult to get their attention in the first place. Therefore, you won’t be able to gather any meaningful feedback, and will be unable to react in time to save the sale.Continue reading
Email marketing is just as powerful as its ever been. If your company isn’t still fully focused on finding ways to deliver emails effectively, you’re not going to get the results you need.Continue reading
The concept of multi-touch sales development has been around for a long time. It primarily refers to the idea that multiple “touches” (contacts via email, phone, the internet and other means) will ultimately result in more sales opportunities.
“Cadence” refers to the number, sequence and timing of various touches. Maintaining this cadence manually is virtually impossible and would require far too much of a sales person’s time.
As a professional sales person, you know that time is your most valuable asset. You also know that in order to keep your sales pipeline full while you are busy closing new business, you need to regularly contact new prospects via "cold emails." Cold emails are often your first effort at contacting people who don't know you, your company or your product. If you spend too much of your time sending these emails, you limit the time for making face to face or phone sales calls.Continue reading
Your company invests a lot in securing leads and developing salespeople. Why not maximize productivity and sales conversions with the best sales cadence software solution? Unlike any of its competitors, TruCadence will ensure systematic lead contact across multiple channels, including phone, email, and social sites. Your sales team can also enjoy a competitive advantage by using TruCadence to improve personalization and productivity, no matter how rapidly you scale. Take a moment to learn the benefits that you will enjoy with this sales cadence software and why no competitor can match the benefits.Continue reading
Some days it feel as if salespeople come from Mars and marketers come from Venus. In order to improve revenue, both departments need to share information, support common goals, and work to inhabit the same planet. Good sales reporting doesn't just benefit the sales team.Continue reading