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Social Selling in Today’s Noisy Social Media Ecosystem

3/20/19 6:25 PM / by Shannon and David Fletcher posted in social media management, social selling, social media marketing

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In 2017, there were approximately 2.46 billion social media users. In 2019, the number of social media users has jumped to an estimated 2.77 billion. In other words, since their inception social media platforms have shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, their continued growth is one of the reasons that so many businesses have turned to social media as the new, more efficient way to find leads and prospects.  

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Using Social Media For Better Inbound Leads

3/13/19 6:55 PM / by David Fletcher posted in inbound marketing, social media management, social selling, inbound leads, social media, inbound sales, social media marketing

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The term inbound marketing refers to the powerful method for creating and sharing content that turns audiences into brand ambassadors and customers. In an era where social media has helped to propel businesses to new levels of success (including creating the youngest female Billionaire to date), there is now even more proof that a consistent social presence can drive inbound leads. Leveraging the power of social media begins with an understanding that engagement is the key to attracting qualified leads and growing your following. Next you will need to overcome common misconceptions. Finally, you will need to develop a consistent approach to social media marketing. 

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5 Reasons Sales Managers Fail as Sales Coaches

12/3/18 2:50 PM / by David Fletcher posted in social selling, Sales Management, sales playbook, hubspot sales, increasing sales, sales assessment, inbound sales, outbound sales, sales coaching

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Pete Rose was one of the best players to ever play the game of baseball. As a player, Rose was a switch hitter and is the all-time MLB leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), at-bats (14,053), singles (3,215), and outs (10,328). He won three World Series rings, three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, and the Rookie of the Year Award, and also made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five positions (second baseman, left fielder, right fielder, third baseman, and first baseman). Rose won both of his Gold Gloves when he was an outfielder, in 1969 and 1970. As a Coach, well... we all know how that ended up... so as a player, he was a rockstar, as the coach of his up and coming rockstars, he was a disaster!

In the words of Jeff Bezos, "Part of company culture is path-dependent - it's the lessons you learn along the way." This path-dependent approach stems from the belief that managers can help to mold employees through an environment that leverages lessons learned to encourage growth. 

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Making Real Connections For Your Small Business Through Social Media

11/8/17 8:48 AM / by Shannon Fletcher posted in social media management, social selling, social media, social media marketing

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It’s no secret that social media has allowed us all to form friendships with people on the other side of not only our country but the entire world. People we would never get a chance to meet otherwise. People who can help us understand the human exper

ience even deeper, people who are not like us in any way other than we share this incredible invention: Social Media. It’s downright amazing when you think about it.

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How to use Social Media to Generate More Leads

10/8/17 5:41 PM / by David Fletcher posted in social selling, lead generation, social media, social media marketing

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There is a resource available for companies looking to improve their lead generation without investing excessive amounts of money. Yet a remarkable number of businesses underutilize it, if they realize the value at all.

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Unleash A Sales Person’s Potential: Embrace Social Selling

5/31/17 12:00 AM / by David Fletcher posted in Marketing, Sales Enablement, linkedin, social media management, social selling, facebook, instagram, SMM, social media, twitter

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Sales is a challenging field. Only those who are determined, persistent and consistent survive and thrive in such a demanding, high-pressure role. The highest-performers understand they must adapt to changing environments and continue to learn ways to stay ahead of the competition.

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