Crazy busy does not mean highly productive and Jill Konrath provides tips on how to minimize distractions in our social selling lives on this show.
Social Selling shouldn’t be done alone. Gabe Larsen and Steve Eror of the Sales Acceleration Podcast talk with Martin Brossman, Greg Hyer and Elyse Archer
In episode 105 of the Social Selling Podcast, Martin Brossman talks with Jon Ferrara of Nimble.com about his outlook for social selling in 2017.
Carlos Gil, a top 50 SnapChat influencer and Global Head of Global Social Media at BMC Software. While attending the Internet Summit in Raleigh, Greg had a chance to sit down with Carlos to talk about using SnapChat in Sales and how social sellers can use this social platform to nurture relationships with customers.
In Ep. 103 of the Social Selling Podcast, Martin Brossman, Greg Hyer and Elyse Archer share what they're thankful for in 2016 related to social selling.
In this episode of the Social Selling Podcast by Linking into Sales, we will talk with Dr. Lambert about sales enablement and how it's critical to #socialselling success.
In this episode of the Social Selling Podcast by Linking into Sales, we will be talking with Matt Ruedlinger of Triple R Marketing in Bloomington, Indiana. Matt's experience in creating amazing customer experiences is a timely topic for Q4. Watch and listen as we invite him to share how social selling sales pros can create amazing buying experience in Q4.
The Social Selling Podcast by Linking into Sales celebrates its 100th episode with a look back at some of their favorite episodes. Martin Brossman, Greg Hyer and Elyse Archer's favorites include episodes from Rog Bates, Jill Rowley, Eric Quanstrom and Rachel Miller, Neal Isaacs, and Brian Lambert.
Martin Brossman, Greg Hyer and Elyse Archer discuss the confusion retailers and direct sellers are creating by adopting the term "social selling." So, to set the record straight, Greg explains why simple transactions that happen as a result of an engagement between a retailer or seller with a consumer is social commerce and not social selling. You will understand why social selling developed to address relationship building in complex sales cycles and not simple transactions.