Have sales left you feeling overwhelmed and burned out? It used to seem so simple. Now there are hundreds of millions of potential clients, along with millions of competitors vying for their attention. The world of sales is moving faster than anyone can keep track of, leaving only one thing for certain: If you’re using the same methods and tools you were using a few years ago, you’re going to be left behind. If you’ve spent any time with us at Reply, you’ll know we’re big fans of automation. We’re constantly looking for ways to take care of all the boring or repetitive tasks in sales and marketing, so you can focus on what matters most. New sales automation tools are released every day, which is another challenge. Some of those apps will make your life easier, while others will waste your time and money. How are you meant to keep up with it all? We have a solution.
Linkedin lover? Whether you are into B2B or B2C you should be! But what is there to "hate" when we talk about the social giant and the most powerful professional medium globally? In a glance Linkedin: ✔️ Has over 500 million members. ✔️Has 61 million LinkedIn users which are senior level influencers ✔️Has 40 million users which are in decision-making positions ✔️Is the most-used social media platform amongst Fortune 500 companies. ✔️LinkedIn SlideShare now has 70 million monthly active users + 18 million pieces of content uploaded. ✔️There are 9 billion content impressions in the LinkedIn feed every week. ✔️Makes up more than 50% of all social traffic to B2B websites & blogs. ✔️92% of B2B marketers include LinkedIn in their digital marketing mix. ✔️59% of B2B marketers say LinkedIn generates leads for their business. …and yet it has ZERO onboarding!!!!! This guide is an attempt to explain everything that is missing from Linkedin's onboarding & how it could be better! *** Bonus: Suggested Onboarding for your SaaS + Tools Stack at the end of the study*** 🚀🚀🚀🚀
SaaS stands for Software as a Service, a type of business model that sells access to software on a monthly basis rather than selling a license to software upfront. SaaS businesses charge a smaller monthly fee and make money by keeping customers over a long period of time, rather than collecting all the money for the software sale at the time of sale. SaaS business models have particular growth challenges including how to manage customer churn rates by improving customer retention, how to increase customer lifetime value, and how to best structure a sales and marketing team to fuel growth. These are the best articles on how to grow a SaaS business including how to reduce SaaS churn, how to build a SaaS customer success team, how to market a SaaS product, what net negative churn is and more.
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