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- Is speaking about loss avoidance really more powerful than highlighting upside gains?
- What are the primary components of an effective sales strategy?
- What's a good cost-per-lead? Are there any benchmarks?
- My company seems to love platitudes. How do I get others to focus on real messages?
- What's the difference between lead generation and cultivation?
- When doing competitive analysis, where else can we look to uncover our competitors' priorities?
- Should I share the results of our marketing research with the sales team?
- What is "acquisition ROI" and how is it different from "cost per lead"?
- Should we be able to command a price premium for every value-gap we identify?
- What are some good next steps to take once we've gleaned some solid insights about our competitive set?
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