Suffering from "sales-itis?" It's the condition that all sales professionals suffer from at some point during the summer months. Symptoms include longings for unscheduled vacations, more sales with less work, footwear other than close-toed dress shoes, and frozen drinks to replace bad coffee and dry creamer.
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There are plenty of articles out there on how to be successful at appointment setting, but how many articles have you read on how to be unsuccessful at appointment setting? At Vendere Partners, we’ve developed a tongue-in-cheek list of 10 things you can do to ensure that you become a complete and total appointment setting disaster. We hope it gives you a few chuckles—and maybe a few insights, too.
Event planning and event logistics are no jokes, but it turns out, joking about them can be pretty fun. Below are nine jokes that explain why your business might need a new event planning and logistics services provider.
Vendere Partners takes an honest look at your lead generation, sales and marketing pain points while proposing real solutions in this new, tongue-in-cheek video:
What are your pet sales peeves during the holiday season? Below are 12 jokes that poke fun at the irritants and conundrums that befuddle so many of us during the holiday B2B sales cycle.
The challenges B2B companies face when it comes to appointment setting are no joke. After all, if not enough appointments are set, it’s practically guaranteed that not enough sales will occur. That doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy making fun of the process every once in a while! Below are six appointment setting-inspired sales jokes that will help you make light of your appointment setting woes.
Think you know your lead generation terms? Try your hand at this B2B lead generation-themed crossword puzzle, courtesy of Vendere Partners.
When I started blogging about lead generation, telemarketing, B2B sales, and the like, almost every resource I read told me that readers absolutely eat up "Top 10" or "Top 5" or "Top X" lists.
Our own blog analytics actually prove that it's somewhat true for us. Just take a look at our top 10 blog entries by page views. Six of them are lists of some sort.
A colleague of mine, resident Sales Manager, keeps a decent collection of books at his desk - mostly about sales, leadership, business management, and the like. I found myself having some water cooler talk with him one day, and I picked up a book called The Closers by a fellow named Ben Gay III. As I thumbed through it, I found myself liking the way Ben spoke, with such candor and directness about the art of closing the sale.