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- What is "acquisition ROI" and how is it different from "cost per lead"?
- When positioning ourselves vs. the competition, won’t prospects see us as negative and get turned off?
- The prospect-targeting attributes we’ve identified are more like attitudes than attributes. Is that a problem?
- What if our whole analytics initiative is built around giving end-users the ability to slice-and-dice data for themselves?
- What's the difference between lead generation and cultivation?
- If we hire experienced reps, shouldn't they already know what to do?
- Are marketing automation tools really all that? What can and can't they do, really?
- When it comes to calculating customer profitability, how good is “good enough”? How accurate is accurate enough?
- How does cycle time affect overall results? Aren’t the dollars the same no matter when you get them?
- Why is customer retention so much more important in B2B than in B2C?
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Anatomy of a Competition-Crushing Sales Strategy
The better your sales strategy, the easier it is for your sales team to achieve their objectives. But sales strategy is often misunderstood. In this on-demand training session, learn how leading sales operations are improving their sales strategies to win more business, while actually competing less.View This Webinar
How to Develop Real Competitive "Kill Sheets"
Competitive kill sheets are a great tool to help salespeople in the field. But most so-called kill sheets are nothing more than glorified competitive profiles. In this concise tutorial, learn how to develop real, strategic competitive kill sheets that highlight and reinforce the competitive differences that actually matter to prospects.View This Tutorial
How Customers Evaluate a Price
We'd like to think that customers are always rational when they consider the price on a deal...but they aren't. In this guide, Mark Dresdner exposes eight factors that play an important role when a potential customer evaluates a price.View This Guide
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