Social Selling at Red Hat – Interview with Liesl Mathis Towner – EP. 122

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Liesel Mathis Towner leads the global Employee Advocacy and Social Selling program for Red Hat. In her role, she helps Sales understand the value social selling and the impact of social networking to scale their business.

In this interview, Martin Brossman and Greg Hyer talk with Liesel Mathis Towner to understand how Red Hat has been using social selling techniques, including content curation and social networks, to scale their sales efforts and adapt to this new buying behavior.

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As of June 2017, Red Hat helps more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies solve business challenges, align their IT and business strategies, and prepare for the future of technology.

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Audio Run-time: 00:50:41

The Social Selling Podcast by Linking into Sales is a professional development podcast geared towards sales and marketing professionals that use social media tools and networks to support sales and buying cycles and help them become more proficient in social selling.

1 Comment

  • Ananthi Mathur

    Thanks for sharing this Social Selling news and Social selling training, the average employee is capable of generating tons of content for you every day. This content is relatable and trustworthy can be harnessed to improve your brand visibility, spruce up sales, create more traffic, and generate more leads. Of course, most businesses aren’t seeing the value in such content, but several have already taken advantage of it by building some fantastic campaigns merging User Generated Content (UGC) and employee advocacy.

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