Stuff you need to get the job done

Yes, we get by with a little help from our friends. But, the truth is, we can't live without the Internet. Here are some of our favorite sales resources, most of which you'll find online.  

A freebie from our team to yours.  Get the PDF here.

Meet sales experts, learn from leaders and connect to opportunities. Join Shannon in this powerful group!

Podcasts make multi-tasking a breeze. Soak in some inspiration while catching rays, hitting the highway or mowing the lawn. If you work in sales, hit "play" on a few of these podcasts for salespeople.

Google Trends shows how often a particular search-term is entered across various regions of the world. The uses are endless ... Take what's timely to create a new offer or promotion, create content for a campaign or social media post, or to begin research on your next location. Or, even simpler, make it your online place to brush up on the most-talked-about news of the day before heading to a networking event. See what you can find here

The Muse compiled this list of digital tools, from email newsletters to mobile apps, for getting your headlines in the morning.  Do I have any Skimm'rs out there? 

If you're planning sales calls that cross the country - or even the globe - consider using BatchGeo to help (literally) map-out your call plan. Simply cut and paste the address info from an excel file to see the geography (and related time zones) of your lead database. This is also a great tool for mapping out a list of landmarks or homes for sale.

When are we going to stop emailing each other 10 times to set a time for a meeting? There is a better way: DoodleTry it. You can thank me later.

If you're super serious about shortening your emails, take the five sentence challenge. Commit to making every response five sentences long - or less. Add this text from to your email signature to explain your brevity. 

Please reload

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • LinkedIn Social Icon

© 2017 Vast Results