1- The Salesperson’s Guide to Content Marketing
In a content marketing kickoff meeting not long ago, I encountered something out of the ordinary. A salesperson – a senior, successful salesperson – not only attended, but participated heavily in both the operational and content brainstorming portions of the meeting. Why, when most salespeople avoid anything they don’t think will directly impact their potential income, did this guy show up and keep raising his hand?
Since Google launched its Chrome web store in December, extensions have sprung up to speed up and simplify the messy world of Internet browsing. If you’re a member of the club that spends more time looking at screens than people, some simple browser add-ons can streamline many of your daily processes on the job.
The era of the 9-to-5 job is over. Even just a few years ago, you were expected to commute to work, put in your hours and drive back home. Once you left work, it was done until you came back into the office the next way. Thanks to laptops, smartphones, tablets and Wi-Fi, that has all changed. As long as you have an Internet connection, you can file reports, hold meetings, edit proposals and complete practically all of your work tasks remotely. As a result, telecommuting is on the rise, and more and more work is completed via our mobile devices.
The internet is changing the way buyers and sellers connect. Is your business prepared for these growing opportunities on the Internet?
In this video, learn more about the usage statistics and trends of the Internet’s most popular platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn and more!
from Social Media Today by MichaelLaskey