We hope you've had a great week! It's Friday, and today we're sharing what we've been reading online this week! Here are our "best" from around the web.
1. 10 Time Management Hacks for Sales Reps — HubSpot
We’ve all heard the saying “time is money.” This is especially true for salespeople. Time management is one of the most challenging disciplines for salespeople to master. Reps always have several important tasks competing for their attention at once. Short of adding more hours to the day, a few solid time management hacks can help reps boost productivity. Here are 10 that you may not be using yet.
2. How Google Plans to Kill 'Last Click Attribution' — AdAge
Google says it wants to rid marketers of their obsession with the last click before consumers buy things. Instead it aims to provide insights about how earlier ad dollars perform in areas like TV, digital video, store visits and search. Here's what you need to know.
3. 6 Facebook Remarketing Tactics That Work — Social Media Examiner
If you’re looking to build successful remarketing funnels on Facebook, you’ll need to deliver unique ads to custom audiences segmented according to their browsing history and interests. In this article, you’ll discover six ways to turn past website visitors and cold leads into loyal customers via Facebook remarketing campaigns.
4. Blog Post Ideas: Maximize Your Reach with the Right Topics — Moz
With the ubiquity of blogs, one of the most common questions is how to come up with the right topics for new posts. This video explores six different paths to great blog topic ideas, and tells you what you need to keep in mind before you start.
5. How My Company Drives Sales by Focusing on Customer Education — Salesforce
As a consumer and business executive, it’s incredibly frustrating to sit through a sales pitch from a company trying to sell you something by feature dumping with absolutely no regard for your intellectual curiosity. We have so much access to data and content—wouldn’t it be great if the brand took a minute to educate you instead of sell to you? This article shows you how to create a customer education program that will drive sales.