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How to Succeed in Sales Today: Start Helping Your Prospects
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Sales is a vital part of any organization — if you’ve got a product or service, you’re going to need someone to sell it. Especially in the world of complex B2B sales, having a team of great salespeople is the difference between making or missing revenue goals. In my position, having a great sales team is […]

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25 Star Players Coming to INBOUND 2013 [SlideShare]
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By now you may have heard of this conference we’re having called INBOUND. Ya know, the one with over 140 sessions led by talented speakers, and a bunch of other hidden gems we spilled the beans on last Friday. We told you about our keynoters Seth Godin, Arianna Huffington, Nate Silver, and Scott Harrison. But […]

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17 Marketing Terms You Were Too Embarrassed to Google (But Should Definitely Know)
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As inbound marketers, it’s our job to keep up with the latest trends in our industry, news on our competitors, and the latest marketing jargon. But sometimes, every once in a while, a term or concept will eek by you. You might kind of know what it means, but not entirely.

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10 Simple Edits That'll Instantly Improve Any Piece of Writing
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Editing copy boils down to two key things: recognizing weaknesses and knowing how to fix them. It’s a critical part of the writing process and yet, one that’s all too often overlooked. After all, if you don’t know that there’s an issue to begin with, how can you fix it? That’s why, if you struggle […]

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17 Pieces of Terrible, Awful, No Good, Very Bad Marketing Advice
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All of us are trying to get better at our jobs. Whether you’re in a brand new gig and trying to hit the ground running or you’re a longtime veteran looking to stay at the tippy-top of your marketing game, we’re all working to keep up with the latest and greatest trends in marketing. The problem […]

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Learn to Code: 16 Handy Resources to Get Started
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Bill Gates was able to get into programming at an early age because the prep school he attended gave students access to a GE mainframe computer. Mark Zuckerberg, meanwhile, had a private programming tutor growing up. And while that early coding education wasn’t the only factor that led to those guys becoming incredibly successful developers […]

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What Should I Tweet? 8 Places to Find Fantastic Content [SlideShare]
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Unless you’re famous, it’s really difficult to amass a huge following on Twitter without some hard work. For the average person or business, growing your following takes time and attention on a daily basis. The good news: There are a few big levers you can pull to quickly collect at least 1,000 quality followers for […]

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The Psychology of Ecommerce: Why Your Loyalty Program May Not Build Loyalty
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Loyalty rewards programs are a staple of retail and ecommerce brands, but what if they’re doing more harm than good? At their most basic, loyalty programs allow customers to accrue points or punch cards until free items or discounts are earned. But what if sometimes a simple “thank you” is all you need? The Trivialization […]

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Got Writer's Block? 7 Tips and Tricks to Make Writing Easier
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This post is an excerpt from Content Hacks: 34 Tips and Tricks for Planning and Creating Content. If you want some tips for making content creation much less painful, download the guide here.  Take it from someone who tends to write a lot — writing is hard. You’ve got to be focused, motivated, coherent, creative, concise

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