Today, we're enjoying April showers, and working on many behind-the scenes projects. This week, we tried something different, and published a timeley piece on Sunday. What did you think? We'll be adding a weekend post here and there, especially if there's something newsworthy that just can't wait.
The Center for Sales Strategy Weekly Wrap-Up
In Never Send an Email When You’re Angry: Otherwise, This Might Happen to You, Brian Hasenbauer described how there really is such a thing as bad press, and how an angry email sent in the heat of the moment caused a PR disaster for one professional.
In How to Increase Engagement on Your Company Blog, I wrote about how to look beyond comments to see which posts are really resonating with your target personas and write more content that appeals to them.
In Sales Hunter, Farmer, Trapper: Which One(s) Are You?, Mike Anderson writes that most salespeople aren't just a hunter, farmer, or trapper, but that they're more than one archetype at any given time, depending on the situation.
In What the New Twitter Layout Means for Your Business, Dani Buckley tells us about the changes to the largest social network in the world, and how we can take advantage of those changes.
This Week's Top Reads from Around the Web
We love to read and watch great content at least as much as we like generating it, so here are the posts that caught our eye this week:
- Jill Konrath gave great advice on how to authentically connect with people on LinkedIn.
- Kendra Lee talks about what happens when a consistently great salesperson becomes invisible.
- Inside View published a beautiful infographic mentioning the top 25 marketing influencers.
What have you read recently that resonated with you? What have you written recently that resonated with your audience? Let us know, we'd love to share it!
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