Can you believe it's May already? At this rate, the year will be over before we know it. We're excited for the summer preview weather we've been having, but if you're in a part of the world where summer preview means tornado season, we hope you're staying safe.
The Center for Sales Strategy Weekly Wrap-Up
- Matt Sunshine wrote about The Center for Sales Strategy's recent conversion to HubSpot Platinum status and discussed how and when we got involved in inbound marketing in the first place.
- Steve Marx argues that brevity is only a virtue in some circumstances. He wrote this piece of advice 20 years ago, and noted that nothing has changed except the delivery channels.
- Beth Sunshine told us about the simple formula that will increase sales performance, writing, "we encourage hiring managers to consider fit as carefully as they consider talent because talent is a strength only when the fit is right."
- Brian Hasenbauer wrote the Complete Guide to Seling Inbound Marketing to Your Boss. Are you sold on inbound marketing, but your boss needs convincing? Print this.
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:
- Noah Kagan wrote about small tweaks blogs can do to grow their blogs by 10X.
- Is there any real business benefit to selfies? Geoffrey James thinks there is.
- Dave Brock warned salespeople to stop confusing wants and needs.
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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