Category: Social Selling

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Jennifer Hanford
July 27, 2015

Are You Ready to Create a Storefront on Facebook?

Get ready online store owners…online shoppers may soon be looking for your store – on Facebook. Although Facebook storefronts are not entirely new, Facebook is currently working on improving and enhancing the shopping experience for users on its platform. According to a recent article on SocialTimes, Facebook is testing mini e-commerce shops on select pages,


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Deborah Tutnauer
June 23, 2015

Selling with Integrity – Learn to Love Avatars

Selling with Integrity requires knowing your audience intimately. Taking the time to meet your avatar inside their own minds allows you to be a problem solver for them – a trusted adviser – a go-to solution provider. You offer the most awesome product/service in your sphere! Congratulations! Pat yourself on the back! Be happy! I


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Jan Gordon
June 7, 2015

The 9 Critical Drivers for Social Selling

By Lee Traupel The face of sales is longer mired in the old school of sales approach imprinted in the culture by David Mamet’s culture defining “GlenGarry Glen Ross” – a tale of desperate men chasing the American dream using outdated sales “methods.” Social selling is not new. People have always “bought socially”: asking advice


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Susan Gilbert
June 1, 2015

Generate More Interest in Your Business with These Social Selling Tips

Social Selling Strategies Are you getting all the sales you want from social media? Do you wish your followers showed more interest in your products or services? Social selling is not an exact formula for sales, but instead an end result from strong interactions with your business or brand’s community. As word-of-mouth becomes the new


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Deborah Tutnauer
May 19, 2015

Social Selling – They Don’t Care What You Know

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They don’t care what you know you until… Social Selling for smart entrepreneurs means beginning where your customer already is. When we have a product to sell, from our perspective we tend to believe that everyone is going to be as thrilled and enamored with it as we are. After all, our product (or service)


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Deborah Tutnauer
April 19, 2015

I was thinking of titling this article “Can I Slam You Over the Head with My New Product?” because that is exactly what non-respectful social selling feels like to a consumer. Online or offline there is a way to be social that flows like warm honey and ways to be social that feel like fingernails


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Rob Peters
March 17, 2015

Social Selling: Find A Way To Their Heart​

I was enjoying the warmer weather in Chicago this past weekend and was listening to “Find A To My Heart” by Phil Collins and these lyrics resonated in how I build trust and relationships with my prospects, clients, and all my friends on social media. Effective B2B Social Selling must appeal to the buyer with


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Jan Gordon
February 25, 2015

Social Selling Thought Leadership: The New B2B

By Rob Peters Traditional B2B selling has died, long live social selling thought leadership. The information empowered and socially connected B2B decision-maker is not waiting for your cold call to educate them about their industry, company challenges and/or your product/services. Recent research has shown that B2B decision-makers want to talk and get their questions answered


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