Have you ever felt like you wanted to strap a Falcon Heavy Rocket to your sales strategy and let it lift-off without having to worry about it crashing, failing or exploding?
Most B2B sales executives do.
But most can't create that rocket on their own, or they don't know the exact way to perform the science behind it.
The usual process is: formulate a strategy, then hope it works and continues to work.
I call this the carriage-method. It rolls along, but eventually a wheel falls off and needs to be repaired in order for the carriage to keep rolling at a snails-pace.
The variable that needs to be solved is HOPE.
What if the HOPE could be replaced with CONFIDENCE?
To establish continued confidence in a sales strategy, it needs to be effective and show results.
To get to the point: there are a few points in a sales strategy that bring about a lack of confidence.
1) Text-based messaging: known to be least effective in B2B sales
2) An inconsistent training method for sales employees: they aren't learning the most effective tactics consistently.
3) Lack of a consistent flow of qualified prospects entering the sales cycle: usually due to (1) above.
4) Holes in the strategy: the sales-cycle is lacking necessary tools to keep prospects engaged throughout the entire cycle.
What if you could solve everything above, at once? That would be quite the sales booster.