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Our B2B Sales articles include topics about lead nurturing, inside sales, field sales and modern b2b sales tactics.

Pop quiz, hot shot: do you know the four major types of selling? Surprisingly, many people who have been selling for decades don’t know this answer. Time for a little education.
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We find frequently that some of our clients know nothing about their competitors. They might know who they are — as in they can name them — but they don’t know much about what they’re doing or how they’re approaching a similar market. This makes no sense. There is a ton to learn from your...
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New article from First Round Review trying to debunk the idea of “growth at all costs,” and this paragraph stands out: It’s a tale as old as time. Founders push sales orgs for growth to hit the numbers needed for the next round of fundraising. The ask stems from a need to show product/market fit...
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Right before I sat down to write this, I had been at a conference in Chicago at the HQ of a mostly-ventured-back SaaS product. They’re somewhere around Round C, meaning that eventually they need to start selling/producing/generating their own revenue, or that venture “line of credit” is gonna go away right quick. And that seemed...
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We don’t discuss this question enough in sales “thought leadership” — that’s what this is, right? — and it needs to be chopped up a little bit. It’s a bit of a Goldilocks question: too soon feels weird. Do you bring your mother to a first date? Usually not. And if you do, a second...
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Technically this article is about: Sales triggers, entry point offers and ideal sales conversations. In reality it‘s about: Being human, being sequential and don’t ask for marriage on the first date. Yes, asking the wrong questions too early hurts!
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Here’s a question I bet many people would struggle and debate with, even though it sounds pretty easy when asked: What has Apple been selling since Day 1? Here are some of the answers you tend to get: “Tech” (pretty generic) “Intuitive products” (not wrong, and ties in with the Steve Jobs/Sean Lennon story) “Well-priced...
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The first question you need to ask yourself is … … is selling actually predictable? There’s been a debate about this for years. First off, throw marketing out of this discussion. Marketing is a support structure for sales in many organizations. It can have repeatable success, yes, and can claim to be data-driven — but...
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We’re going to walk through a very systematic approach here called “The Five Whys,” which has been tweaked and redone in a few different contexts over the years. The basic idea is that there are five steps of a buyer journey that are triggers for your B2B outbound sales actions — we’re previously talked about...
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Simple question that’s often hard to answer: why do so many sales opportunities suddenly stall? And, on the flip side, how can you close more enterprise deals? The basic breakdown of the answer is a discussion about indirect sales. See, if you sell SaaS to Pro Users and small businesses, then oftentimes it’s a 1-to-1...
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