Whiteboard Wednesday: 3 Ways to Scale Your Inbound Sales Team (Chaz Knauft)
Welcome to another Whiteboard Wednesday! I’m Chaz Knauft, Manager of Sales Development at DiscoverOrg, and I’m going to walk you through how to scale your inbound sales development team –...
Whiteboard Wednesday: 5 Steps to a Killer Sales Demo
Hey, everyone! I’m Monica Stewart from Skaled: A modern sales-consulting firm that helps increase the efficiency and effectiveness of sales organizations through the use of sales technology. Welcome to another...
Whiteboard Wednesday: 5 Steps to Overcome Sales Objections (Steve Bryerton)
Remember that last sale that you made where you ran into an objection? It’s tough, right? Of course it is. We all know that selling doesn’t really start until we...
[VIDEO] Whiteboard Wednesday: Increase Retention in Sales - with Data (Steve Waters)
I think if you're asking for more from your sales team, you also have to give them the tools to achieve it without killing themselves - or your retention problem is going to go from bad to worse.
[VIDEO] Whiteboard Wednesday: Sales Emotional Intelligence (Dave Sill)
If I think about social awareness, one of the disciplines there is the idea of transparency in sales. By transparency, I mean that as a seller you gain terrific credibility by just being just straight up and throwing your cards on the table. It’s a key advantage. Your time is valuable too, and it's fair play to ask the prospect: "Hey, what budget has been set aside for this?"
[VIDEO] Whiteboard Wednesday: A Formula for ABM Resource Allocation (Katie Bullard)
Today we're going to walk through the four-step formula for deciding how you should allocate your marketing resources towards account-based marketing efforts. It's not the same for every company, and typically it doesn't mean abandoning inbound for ABM. Let's start with the first question: "Do you have a long and complex sales cycle?" This will affect your resource allocation.
[VIDEO] How to Get 30% Response Rates with Prospecting Emails
The second prospecting email is even shorter, but I added a new value prop. We find these follow-up messages get 3-4 times the click-through rate that the first message does.
An Inside Look Premiere: A True Story of Executing Account-Based Everything
“It’s not old wine in a new bottle,” says Dave Sill, our Senior VP of Sales. “It's an old idea that technology has just empowered - which is really cool.” Join DiscoverOrg as we step through the planning and execution of a true account-based everything strategy.
[VIDEO] Real People, Real Sales Intelligence
Our gracious host is determined to show two newcomers - from sales and marketing, respectively - how the DiscoverOrg platform powers a bigger pipeline, more appointments, and faster revenue growth.