In one place, we want to provide you with high quality content that you actually use. We have been researching a number of blogs to draw inspiration from, but it is tough to locate sales blogs that offer an honest, humble opinion about how the everyday salesperson can improve their bottom line. We certainly don’t purport to have all the answers, but our goal with this blog is to speak to you as people, and throw out all the egotistical sales rhetoric.
What Will We Write About?
Topics on this blog will range from sales and defining sales process to customer service and increasing your company’s income. We will touch on conversation etiquette and what to think about before conducting sales followups. In a nutshell we want to help you carefully consider yourself and your process, to find out what you can do better, what you can streamline, and what you need to eliminate to become the top dog with your company.
Defining Your Process
We are going to do our best to provide some insight into how you can make your sales job easier, while hopefully increasing your bottom line. As salespeople we know what its like to try to keep track of 50 proposals, 30 potential customers and 2 ornery managers. Getting a competitive edge, and regaining your sanity is all about having a streamlined sales process. This is a topic we will cover heavily throughout our posts.
This is not a one way spattering of our thoughts, we value your contributions too! Suggest topics, tell us when you feel we’re wrong and ask plenty of questions. Ultimately this blog should be a learning tool for us and you….a truly symbiotic (mutually beneficial) relationship. We’re not strangers, so don’t hesitate to comment, or connect with us on Twitter. We look forward to providing you with good content, and an interesting dialog to keep your wheels spinning.
I’ve been hacking at various business ideas since I was 16. I’m a full stack developer and love crafting user experiences. I’ve been nose deep in code since I put the legos down, and built several successful businesses in the process. I’ve lost some hair, gained some experience and throughly enjoyed the journey.