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How to Get Out of a Sales Slump

04.11.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto

Have you ever seen your favorite sports team or favorite professional athlete get into a slump and wonder how they got there and when they are going to get out of it? It can be frustrating to watch and even more difficult for the team to recognize the need to make changes in order to snap out of it. The driving factor behind breaking a slump is 90% mental, which is why it is so difficult to break. Think about it. When was the last time you found yourself in a slump? How long did it take to wake up and move on? What were the factors that motivated you to get over the hump?

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Now Hiring-Digital Sales Executive

04.05.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Our client is a dynamic organization that is growing at an exponential rate. They just got venture funding and they are looking for hungry, energetic individuals that have a passion for what they do. This is a very new entrepreneurial sale where you will sell primarily into CMO's and VP's of Marketing, you will be educating them on your product and ultimately the relationship you establish. This requires impeccable presentation skills, great communication and a high level of intelligence and sophistication.

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B2B Marketing Manager Needed

03.21.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Our client has experienced double digit growth over the past 5 years. They are solid, profitable, and have never had a layoff in their 25 year history. This company is recognized as a market leader in their space for exceptional technology solutions for enterprise companies. This is the senior Marketing Manager position repoting to the Senior Management team.

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Guidelines for Writing a Thank You Note After a Sales Interview

03.14.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Kathleen Mauriot, Division Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Dear Mr. Jones, I am writing to thankyou for taking time out of your busy shedule to meet with me. I found our discussion about ACME's new Gizmo software to be very excirting, and I to believe in gizzmo's potential to be disrputive in the marketplace. I understand from our discussion that you are looking for an agressive Sales guy that is not afraid to pick up the phone and make calls. I welcome the chance to further demonstrate that I am the right sales person for the job!

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Brand Sales Representative Job

03.08.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Our client offers one of the fastest growing start-up opportunities in Massachusetts. This dynamic organization is growing at an exponential rate and looking for articulate, intelligent and talented sales executives. In this role you will be responsible for selling to CMO's, VP's of Marketing, Interactive Marketing and Media, Social Media Professionals, and professionals trying to propel their company brand. This can be a transactional and complex strategic sale.

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Account Executive-Wakefield, MA

03.01.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

Our client specializes in building direct to consumer relationships for their clients, by utilizing multiple different online marketing services. These services include e-mail marketing, paid search, vertically targeted properties, co-registration, brand specific micro sites, surveys and polls, and data analytics to ensure they are doing everything from finding new customers, qualifying the potential prospects and then helping their client organizations retain their customers to ultimately increase sales.

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7 Tips For Cyber-Stalking a Potential Employer

03.01.11   |   Job Search & Career   |   Amanda Musto, Marketing Manager at Treeline Incorporated

For certain we are enduring one of the worst job markets since the 1930s. Unemployment is still near double digits and we are now only seeing early buds of a recovery. Jobs are few and far between. With that backdrop, you would logically think that landing any job under any circumstance would be acceptable. Not so, kemo sabe! In my view, we operate in an era that I will loosely call "employment trust," whereby employee and employer are on equal footing, with each having the right of first recusal.

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