Tag Archives: CEO

Learn to master sales in 2014

We’ve got sales master Kevin Hallenbeck of Sandler Training speaking FREE – March 27th at a Lunch & Learn networking event: 3/27/14  |  11:45 AM – 1:00 PM Eastpoint Executive Center, 264 South River Road, Bedford, NH 03113 Register FREE Meet Kevin personally and hear him speak on how to sell more in today’s changing markets. Email me if you […]

Soft Skills that Deliver Hard Assets

By Chuck Sink Sometimes this blog brings some hands-on marketing technique information to readers such as better SEO practices, how to use Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. But it focuses mostly on building skills that help business owners, marketing directors and salespeople do their jobs better. Let’s look at just a few key skills that will help […]

B2B Sales is the New Retail

By Chuck Sink There are too many technology walls and filters against traditional sales calls for them to be effective today. Not only that, the buyer mindset has changed dramatically over the last 10 years. Cold calls were once respected, even appreciated by many buyers at a time when salespeople offered new product information and […]

I’m interested, but not right now.

By Chuck Sink This post is updated from one year ago and it is more relevant today than ever. I will need several business services and products to continue growing my business and many of them I don’t need now, or can’t afford yet. That’s why I want you to keep in touch so I […]

Social Media is overrated. Build your email list!

By Chuck Sink In keeping with the theme of real time and the tremendous value of the current moment, I offer you this idea. The reason I keep this newsletter going week after week, even when I scarcely have time to publish it is because it keeps my brand relevant. We all have built in forgetters. […]

Who will take your call in 2014?

By Chuck Sink Think about your last five or ten new customers. Where did they come from and why did they come to you? I’m willing to bet they ordered from you or hired you because you established a relationship. If they came to you by referral, it was because you built a relationship with […]

Clean Code is Merely the Beginning of a Good Website

Guest post by Jonathan Parker There are always people out there looking to make quick money with services based not on uncompromising quality but minimalism or mediocrity. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is no different of an industry. I learned years ago that there is this “website designers vs. SEO” mentality. For real results, SEO must […]

Dress and Code Required

By Chuck Sink Being found by your target audience on the web is a great way to keep your new business pipeline full. There are several ways to raise your search visibility and page rankings. Ideally, all of them should be practiced. They include developing authoritative status; excellent content using keywords including contextual and situational long […]

One salesperson = 2,000 more. Sound good?

By Chuck Sink This is important and serious business. Social Media – Facebook and Twitter in particular, have a bad rap in some business circles. Here’s why you need to consider some combination of Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram, depending on what business you’re in. The holdouts still abound! There are many in small business […]

Showing up is fine. Helping unexpectedly is priceless!

By Chuck Sink There is a lot of volunteerism and philanthropy going on all the time. Most businesses I know devote time, energy and money to showing up at fundraisers, volunteer events and simply giving for the sake of helping the less fortunate among us. Thank God for the generosity of so many in the […]