sales

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Scaling a Sales Team: Six Essential Steps

The sales team is one of the first that needs to be prepped for an increase in demand. Here are the essential steps for scaling a sales team.

Using TextExpander to Keep CRM Sales Notes Consistent

You hired your sales people because they’re great at selling. Give them more time to sell with our fast solution to completing CRM notes.

Why and How To Delight Your Customers

In this post, we’ll explain what it means to delight your customers and share three tips for incorporating customer delight as an element of your brand.

Inbound Sales for Startups

Learn about inbound sales, a personalized, modern, and helpful sales methodology that can help you take your startup to the next level.

What Motivates You As A Sales Professional

Knowing what drives us can be a real force for good in our careers. Whether it’s moving us forward on tough days or giving true meaning to our work, the benefits of finding motivation are huge. If you’re stuck for where to start, this post is for you.

Cold Email for Startups: A TextExpander Guide

Got a great product that no one knows about? Learn how to get your first customers via cold email with our Cold Email for Startups guide.

Features or Feelings – Is Value Selling or Solution Selling Better?

There are some tried and tested sales techniques out there, but which one is right for you? Today we’re breaking down value selling, solution selling, and a third strategy that might become a go-to for you, too.

How to Create a Winning Sales Team

Building a powerful team is a rewarding experience, both personally and professionally. Here are our tips to give your sales team the best possible environment to grow as a group that is empowered, passionate, and engaged.

3 Powerful Sales Training Ideas To Inspire Your Team

No more beachballs and Post-It clichés! The below training ideas are a twist on what your team will expect, creating an experience that they’ll remember and genuinely enjoy. Here’s our guide to getting your team prepared and heard so that they can thrive.