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Sales Managers, What Motivates You?

05.21.13   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Dan Fantasia, Founder and CEO of Treeline Incorporated

Whether you are a Chief Revenue Officer, Vice President of Sales, Director of Sales, Sales Manager or a Team Lead it’s your job to motivate teams of sales professionals. Being a sales leader is similar to raising a family. You have to put in long hours and offer endless sacrifices. Sometimes your hard work and commitment go unnoticed, yet you come back each day ready to make a difference and to win. Seeing your team succeed and hit the numbers makes it all worthwhile.

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5 Tips to Build an Inside Sales Force

04.11.13   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Dan Fantasia, Founder and CEO of Treeline Incorporated

Years ago sales professionals started their careers at companies that required them to pound the pavement and knock on doors. Those that had the fortitude and competitive entrepreneurial attitude worked hard to convince corporations to give them a chance to prove their worth. Many failed and decided that sales was not the right career for them. The few that survived found great success and continued to accelerate their career to climb above the tree line

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Solution Selling Through a New Lens

04.09.13   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Christopher Simone, Vice President at Treeline Incorporated

"The Challenger Sale" is a must read for anyone charged with increasing revenue derived from solution sales, especially if you are finding that: Your buyers are making purchase decisions on price not value; Your reps are haggling with Procurement over price; Your buyers are unwilling or unable to make purchase decisions; Your reps are being used as fodder during RFP processes; Your reps are struggling to instantiate unique value and differentiation.

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Are We Facebook Friends?

03.14.13   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Chelsey Canavan, Social Media Marketing Specialist at Treeline Incorporated

The way people interact and communicate has changed over the years. We've seen social media take over and people connect in a whole new way. Networking has literally taken on a new meaning. Companies and people have become much more visible. We now have access to CEOs and hiring managers, we search for jobs online, we shop online and we even acquire more "friends" online.

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Source Your Way to Success

02.27.13   |   Sales Recruiting   |   Sales Consultant at Treeline Incorporated

Sales people repeat effective practices and behaviors. Top performing sales people also have the ability to focus on the wide end of the funnel, on building pipeline, regardless of success converting revenue. The best do not succumb to complacency; in fact, they hunker down and become even more vigilant with pipeline building.

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