Tag Archives: Hubspot

7 Holiday Email Templates for Salespeople

This post was originally published on this site ‘Tis the season for sugar plums and stalled deals. You release emails into a void darker than Black Friday, and the only thing you’re collecting is OOO auto-replies. And while regular people enjoy slices of pie and seemingly endless vacation, you’re enjoying a second helping of “Bah Humbug” and sweating your looming …

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The Sales Playbook That Increased Lessonly’s ARR by 63% in 4 Months

This post was originally published on this site Editor’s note: Sales managers and leaders are often faced with creating a sales playbook from scratch. The more inspiration and examples you have, the easier that task becomes. Here’s the first playbook in our series, brought to you by Lessonly. More than 1,000,000 professionals at 450-plus companies use Lessonly’s team training software. …

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Use This Customizable Sales Cover Letter Template to Win the Job

This post was originally published on this site Writing a strong cover letter definitely increases the likelihood your sales job application will get a response. First, it tells the hiring manager you’re a good communicator. You don’t need to be J.K. Rowling to excel in a sales role, but you do need to be capable of expressing your ideas clearly, …

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How to Survive the Workday When You’re Sick, Tired, or Just Not Feeling It

This post was originally published on this site Tired at work? Take a cold shower or splash water on your face. Skip breakfast if you’re not hungry. Delay coffee until after cortisol spikes at 9:30 a.m. Tackle important tasks early. Get outside. Don’t eat at your desk. Save creative tasks for the afternoon. Whenever you feel sick, tired, or demotivated …

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5 Ways to Stop Sending A**hole Emails

This post was originally published on this site I get so many asshole emails. You know the kind — they start with, “I was hoping to get you on the phone,” or “We’ve never met, but I’d like to tell you about what X company can do for you,” or “I wanted to touch base before the weekend.” These emails …

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7 Ways to End Your Sales Presentation With a Bang

This post was originally published on this site Closing a Sales Presentation Go back to your opening anecdote or idea End with a challenge Invite your audience on a metaphorical mission Use repetition for a dramatic close Offer inspiration Surface their objections Tell a story If you want your prospect to buy at the end of your sales pitch, you …

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8 Statements That Make Salespeople Sound Insecure

This post was originally published on this site The delivery of your message often matters just as much as its content — making confidence crucial to sales success. If you sound calm, collected, and self-assured, your prospects will implicitly trust you more. But if you sound anxious or insecure, they’ll probably doubt what you’re telling them. In other words, your …

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30 Responses to the Dreaded Sales Objection “It Costs Too Much”

This post was originally published on this site How to Overcome Pricing Objections Wait for the prospect to finish speaking. Pause for 3-5 seconds. Ask a question. Pose a follow-up question. Summarize their objection in 2-3 sentences. Clarify if you missed anything. Diffuse their concern. Click here to jump straight to the responses. Price objections are common in sales — …

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The Anatomy of a Perfect Sales Email Subject Line

This post was originally published on this site Your best and worst-performing email subject lines may seem like a random collection. But we’ve got good news for reps looking to increase their open and response rates: Successful subject lines actually share several common characteristics. Once you know the science of a compelling line, you can focus on the art. Perfect …

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