Sales

  • How Many Calls Should an Inside Sales Person be Making?

    Posted On April 07, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Whether you are cold calling prospects with whom you have had no prior conversation, or if you are calling qualified leads who've already expressed interest in your product or service, you can expect to spend a significant portion of your time on the phone. Calling remains one of the most effective ways to communicate with prospects, and it's unlikely this will change anytime soon. But how many sales calls should you make as a salesperson?

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  • Cold Calling Tips for Generating More Moving Leads

    Posted On April 07, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Cold calling remains one of the most effective ways for commercial relocation service providers to generate more sales leads. Assuming you have a list of prospective customers who might be interested in your services, can call them to pitch your service. It's doubtful that you'll generate a sale on the first call, but there are steps you can take to increase your chances.

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  • Sales Tip: Handling Rejection with Your Industrial Leads

    Posted On March 30, 2016 by Robert Smith

    In a perfect world, every sales call you make to a prospect would generate another conversion. But this obviously isn't the case, as many of your sales leads will reject your offer. Rejection is something that comes with the territory of being a sales professional. However, learning how to deal with this rejection can set you apart from your competitors while boosting your conversions in the process.

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  • Maximizing Revenue from Your Moving Leads

    Posted On March 30, 2016 by Robert Smith

    To say there are a lot of moving companies operating in the United States would be an understatement. Just Googling the keyword “US moving company” yields more than 19 million results. Granted, that doesn't necessarily mean that there are 19 million moving companies, but there's no denying the fact that it's a highly competitive industry. The good news is that commercial moving companies can generate more sales leads by offering various “niche” services.

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  • Sales Leads: Tips for Improving Your Numbers

    Posted On March 24, 2016 by Robert Smith

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  • Need More B2B sales leads? Here's a Few of the Most Effective Methods

    Posted On March 22, 2016 by Robert Smith

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  • Quick Tips: 5 Items You Need on Your Moving Company's Website

    Posted On March 22, 2016 by Robert Smith

    A website is an invaluable tool for commercial moving companies. Long gone are the days when people used phone books to find businesses. Today, they find this information via the Internet. By maintaining an active presence on the web, you'll generate more moving leads for your business. However, you'll want to include the following elements on your website for optimal results.

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  • B2B Lead Generation: Beginners Guide to Content Marketing

    Posted On March 17, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Lead generation is essential for running a successful business. Whether you sell industrial equipment, office furniture, or telecommuncation equipment, you'll need access to qualified sales leads in order to succeed. While there are dozens of different ways to acquire leads, one of the most effective is content marketing.

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  • 5 Ways to Boost Sales Without Price Increases

    Posted On March 17, 2016 by Robert Smith

    When companies look to boost their revenue, they often resort to raising prices. Conventional wisdom should lead you to believe that bumping up the price of your products and/or services will yield more revenue. In some cases, this may hold true. Other times, however, it can backfire by discouraging otherwise loyal customers from choosing your business. So, how can you boost revenue without raising prices?

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  • Sales Tip: Generating a Sense of Urgency with Your Sales Leads

    Posted On March 11, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Creating a sense of urgency is essential when selling a product or service in the B2B market. As with most forms of business-to-business (B2B) sales, prospective customers are often busy with other tasks. After making the initial presentation, they may tell you they'll “think about it,” or that “now isn't the best time to discuss it.” Rather than counting it as a lost sale, however, you can increase your chance of success by creating a sense of urgency.

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