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6 Ways to Turn a List to Leads

I can never write enough about prospecting. It is essential to staying in business! Dips in sales are tough on cash flow and moral. In order for your company to have steady growth, you need a steady flow

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Desperate for Leads? Keep Your Funnel Flowing

You and I both know one of the key reasons salespeople don’t hit their quota is because they don’t have enough deals in the funnel. They work the ones they have like crazy at the end of the quarter

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How to Close More Deals with Social Media

Sales is Social It’s funny to me that people forget that sales is a social process. Selling is mostly an interaction between people. Granted you can buy some products or services from a website and never

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6 Easy Ways Your Team Can Ramp Up Sales Now!

The tendency this time of year is to stop selling. You’ve heard every excuse. I can’t reach anyone. Budgets are already spent. And I’m sure a myriad of others. It’s also easy to get sucked

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A Twitter Secret You Need to Know

Note from Alice: Want to know one of my secrets? I use Twitter lists to keep up with clients, prospects, and colleagues, and keep current on the trends in sales and marketing. There are SO many ways you

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Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Annually – Make Time for Sales

I Didn’t Sell This Week What?   Do you ever get to the end of a week and wonder why you didn’t have time to do the prospecting or business development work you needed to do? Ever get to the

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Twitter Here, Twitter there . . . . 3 things to improve the way you tweet!

I have been using Twitter since December of 2008 @aliceheiman.  I currently have 897 followers – not 8,000 or 80,000, so I am obviously not the expert.  It took me quite some time to figure out

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5 Reasons to Keep Prospecting in December

December is a great time of year to prospect. Most business owners and salespeople believe that trying to reach prospects at year-end is pointless and instead spend time getting organized for the coming

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