What is Periscope and is it Worth Using?

    SalesFish brand digital marketing What is Periscope and is it worth using

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    Video content is becoming increasingly popular thanks to ease of content creation and viewers being able to watch video more freely on all devices with improved data plans, wider Wi-Fi coverage and faster internet speeds. Periscope was the second of the two players (behind Meerkat) to enter the instant-video space but has a larger following, after having been purchased by Twitter and therefore better integrated into the social media platform.

    How Does It Work?

    For viewers, you download the app on your mobile device or simply click on a Periscope link and watch the stream of your favorite person or brand. For broadcasters, once you have downloaded the app you simply click on the shoot button, name your stream and click the Twitter icon to send the link out to your followers and begin videoing.

    What Is So Great About It?

    For digital marketers who already have an audience on Twitter you can get started with an audience right away allowing them access to real life moments, which previously could only display in 140 characters on Twitter. Periscope gives you the ability to see behind the scenes; viewers can be backstage at a movie gig, meeting people on the red carpet or see an internet celebrity film their podcast. The possibilities are endless.

    You can get statistics after the recording telling you how many live viewers you had, how many people replayed your video (another benefit, people can watch a replay for 24 hours) and number of hearts your video received.

    Fans love to interact with the people they follow, the reason they often follow you on Twitter to start with is too increase their connection with you. When the Periscope live stream is happening, people are able to comment live on your broadcast enabling you to interact on a more personal level. It is similar to an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on reddit, but in real time.

    Are There Any Weaknesses?

    The quality of the live stream continues to be an issue. The Internet isn’t perfect worldwide so you will get times where the footage glitches. The video is filmed on a mobile phone so it is naturally not the smoothest video and at this stage you can only film in portrait mode whereas the ability to film in landscape would change the landscape once again.

    A big trend in online marketing is repurposing existing content into various formats. This is not possible for Meerkat footage as it is not saved to your mobile phone and viewers can only take granulated screenshots.

    When Meerkat and Periscope launched in March 2015 the excitement in the online world was massive, though many companies are still attempting to find their best way to use the platform. With the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight streamed online, concerts, live events such as the Balitmore riots and press releases all being broadcast already the platform will continue to evolve. If you are on the fence, give it a go, your fans will let you know when you start videoing the right stuff.


     
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    • Primary Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Surveys
    • Experiential Event Marketing
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    Building a Social Network for a B2B

    By James Rothaar

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    Building a Social Network for a B2B Salesfish Brand Marketing

    While many B2B businesses have built their firms solidly over the years by providing quality work and great customer service, there are many companies with room for improvement in maximizing their online sales and marketing efforts with a content management.

    While it would seem that a B2B service providers with good reputations in their fields would be very effective with on social networks, only 43% of B2Bs surveyed by the Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs in their annual study on B2B content marketing felt they were very effective (9%) or effective (33%) with their usage of content. The remaining 57 of the 100 participating companies felt that their content marketing was not effective. Ninety-three out of 100 companies surveyed used content marketing in 2014.

    The Blog

    Many businesses are trying to leverage its expertise and get more attention with a blog. It enables a company to inform its business community about overall capabilities. It is the root of a foundation that can be built on one post at a time. It is an opportunity to establish authority as a knowledgeable source to both industry insiders and prospective clients.

    There are several ways to publish an effective blog that is centric to an audience seeking information within a market place. For example, a company that sells products to home-repair professionals could post blog a series of how-to articles, ranging from how to do simple home repairs to how to hire contractors for in-house or onsite jobs. Blogging about jobs and showing images before and after pictures is another form of content that would interest such a crowd.

    Informative and Enlightening Leads to Engagement

    Keep in mind that the purpose of a business blog is to expand your market, enhance your reputation, and leverage your expertise so that your company becomes a go-to source for publishing valuable information and sharing its know-how.

    Building a following by blogging will take time, so you have to be consistent and patient, especially when starting out. Plan to write two to three posts for your blog weekly week. However, it is likely that it will be at the center of a content-marketing strategy.

    Building a Social Network for a B2B Salesfish B2B Marketing and Sales

    Promoting a Blog via Social Networks

    The next step is to establish a presence on social networks that will prompt people to visit your website.

    Start out simple by setting up a page for our business on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn. There are more social networks out there than these, actually, there are hundreds if you want to dig, but this is good beginning. If your blog includes a lot of images, opening an account for your business on Pinterest and Instagram would also be good networks to consider as well. Increase your chances of getting attention by being active at various social networks.

    Mix It Up

    While it is okay to promote your blog on different social networks, do not just take the same post you did on Facebook and repost it elsewhere. Use different images and talk about different topics within the post. If you are putting it up on five networks, there should be five unique ways of presenting it too.

    Be Unique

    A B2B business can efficiently enhance its position in the market by taking these simple steps to establish a social network. Building an effective social network enables a company to reach a larger number of prospective customers. It also enables a company to improve upon its customer service and to informally chat with its existing customers and followers.

    Your website and social network are marketing and sales tools that should be working for your business 24/7.


     
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    • Online Presentations and Webinars
    • Product Awareness and Announcement Calls
    • Primary Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Surveys
    • Experiential Event Marketing
    • Pre and Post-Event Calls
    • Audience Acquisition, Exhibit Sales and Sponsorship Sales

    Controlling Online Ratings & Reviews with Customer Service

    By James Rothaar

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    SalesFish B2B sales Controlling Online Ratings and Reviews with Customer Service

    Marketing online for a small business can present some big challenges for companies. Many organizations, both large and small, are trying to determine how to use the Internet and social media most effectively to increase sales and market share for their companies. With the Internet and social media already having transcended from trend to mega trend to permanent-fixture status around the world, it is virtually impossible for any business model to function at its highest level of effectiveness without knowing how utilize it.

    Along with marketing online, a company these days also has to maintain and manage its reputation on the Internet, as many consumers turn to it to research products and service providers as part of their pre-buy decision-making process. As a businessman, that is why it is important to ensure that online reviews and ratings are obtained from customers. However, what it is even more significant is that these ratings and reviews are monitored meticulously.

    Third-party websites that contain reviews of companies written by customers, such as Yelp, Service Magic, Angie’s List, and HomeAdvisor, play a significant role in determining how today’s marketplace views a business.

    According to the 2011 Social Media Report by Nielsen, a globally renowned market research firm, 60% of all social-media users write reviews of products and brands that they buy. The study also revealed that the reviews by consumers are preferred over the reviews by industry professionals, such as reporters and industry insiders.
    Additionally, search engines do defer to ratings of companies to determine how much attention to give them on the Internet.

    These third-party review sites are an excellent way for well-ran businesses to be unearthed. Companies that deliver great customer service are receiving well-deserved publicity for their exemplary efforts. The sites also give a business important customer feedback with their complaints as well. These portals are where companies’ online reputations are built one customer review at a time.

    Here are a few tips on how to optimize a business could manage its online reputation.

    Ask Customers for a Review Once… and Only Once

    While online reviews are important, a company should only ask for the review once. If a customer feels that he is being pressured into giving a review, it may turn out not to be a favorable one. To improve the chances of receiving the review, give customers a handout that thanks them for doing business with you and requests them to rate their experience with your company.

    Be Proactive, Not Reactive to Reviews

    Every review may not be positive. So, when a review from a less-than-satisfied patron occurs, it is important to respond to them in a professional manner. Go the extra step and contact the dissatisfied customer directly before responding to their issue on the review board. A little personal attention could go a long way in smoothing out a situation before it escalates to being an unsolvable problem. This leads us to the next point.

    Turn a Bad Review Into a Marketing OpportunitySalesFish B2B sales marketing Controlling Online Ratings and Reviews with Customer Service

    No business is perfect and something could go wrong for myriad reasons. If handled correctly, this type of situation could have a very positive end result. If a customer can be made happy after being disappointed and then goes on to write about it, it lets other people (prospects) read about how a company resolves issues. What began as a negative situation could be turned into a positive outcome by providing exemplary customer service. Additionally, if satisfied customers read a negative review and feel that it is uncharacteristic, those customers may defend the business by posting a positive review of their experience.

    Never Argue Online with a Customer

    Never ever do this. Read that previous four-word sentence out loud thrice before continuing. Regardless of what a customer says, arguing with a dissatisfied customer on a review site is bad for business. Falling down that rabbit hole could do irreparable damage to a business’ reputation both online and offline. Always contact an angry customer directly before responding to their complaint on the review site.

    Never Directly Do “Customer Service” Where You Were Rated

    While it is important to always provide excellent customer service, it truly is best to initiate such efforts with the customer instead of discussing their “problems” online. Predicting how a customer will respond online … where the entire world can read it … is a risky proposition. It is not a chance worth taking. Why risk it?

    Make it Easy as A-B-C-D!

    When interacting with customers online on third-party review sites, there are four rules to keep in mind that could go a long way in building a successful online reputation for a company. Arguing, belittling, criticizing, or debating with an angry or dissatisfied customer should never occur. While customers may not always behave well, it is crucial that the business does. There are no exceptions.

    You may wish to read that previous sentence out loud thrice too. It may not be easy, but it is one of those times when doing nothing will be the right course of action.


     
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    Interviews with Top Sales Professionals V

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    Sales Executive Interview – Scot Smith

    Scot Smith Retail Propeller The Retail Crash Course

    By James Rothaar

    Scot Smith’s expertise is in retail sales and in showing clients how to build B2B relationships with retailers. His sales course, The Retail Crash Course, has helped thousands of wholesalers get their products on shelves of numerous retailers. Mr. Smith shows clients how to put a plan of action together that sells their products.

    Scot Smith also is the cofounder of RetailPropeller.com, a website that features weekly podcasts of original content that assists and educates both entrepreneurs and wholesalers how to effectively and efficiently sell to retailers. Scot’s wholesale to retails sales program, The Retail Crash Course has helped thousands of wholesalers get their product into the retail stores.

    Scot sells to numerous retailers throughout Georgia and the southeast region of the U.S. He has used his network of retail buyers to successfully place many new products for his clients.

    How did you get into sales, Scot?

    I started selling professionally when I graduated from high school. My first job was at Circuit City; I was the guy who could sell you a $500 extended warranty on a $300 laptop. I started taking it more seriously a few years later … when I picked up my first Brian Tracy book and realized that there is a lot of wealth to be had out there if I could demonstrate value for my products and services in the marketplace.

    Could you briefly tell us what you are selling?

    We sell across a few verticals all in the same niche. We sell to wholesalers who want to get their product into retail stores. We sell to retail stores that want exciting and new products that will perform well.

    How did you find your current position?

    I connected with a company that was selling licensed merchandise in wholesale quantities to retail stores. Since then I’ve become an independent representative and broker of wholesale transactions to my network of retail buyers. I also help other wholesalers that do the same thing through our website and podcast on RetailPropeller.com. We have a toolkit for wholesalers on RetailCrashCourse.com.

    What are some of the rewards or benefits you gain from being able to sell well?

    Selling professionally has given me the opportunity to be rewarded based on my performance and on the value I can add to the marketplace I serve.

    Whether your glass is half-full or half-empty, it is best to provide a balanced perspective about the profession. What do you see as drawbacks?

    Some of the biggest challenges come when you are also running the marketing operation for your sales efforts. Marketing and sales are two very different things. To be a super marketer on the front end of the sale and the back end after the sale, there is a lot to stay on top of. Being a top performer also means that you’re managing high-level partnerships, which can be a challenge at times.

    What characteristics or personality traits make a great salesperson?

    A true passion for their product or service is first and foremost. If you don’t believe what you’re doing is changing lives, you’ll never get through the hardships that come along with being a sales professional. It also takes someone who hates losing more than they love winning.

    How are sales territories established at your firm?

    The companies I represent have geographical territories and national/key accounts for the most part.

    How are you compensated for your generating sales?

    I’m paid a negotiated percentage of the wholesale volume on deals I broker to retailers.

    What type of sales training do you have?

    I read a lot of books; I also have some of the best mentors in the world.

    Has it been helpful, if so, please tell how you have benefited from it?

    The best sales training for me is practicing my craft and surrounding myself with mentors who have been where I am, peers who are where I am, and apprentices who want to be where I am now. If you can surround yourself with those three social groups, you will accelerate your success in sales and business, tremendously.

    Does your position involve finding and selling new prospects, or handling existing accounts?

    Our business is a mix of adding new business and nurturing the business we have, on both ends: retail stores and wholesale suppliers.

    What percentage of each, just a ballpark, if you could?

    We try to grow our business by 10 percent every 30 days.

    What do you look for in a prospect?

    Someone who is qualified to work with us is the first thing. One of the biggest mistakes you can make in sales is not speaking to your perfect customer. Our ideal prospect has to be at the right stage in their process, have the budget, and the willingness to move forward.

    What types of research do you perform prior to meeting with a client or a prospect?

    We do and we don’t research prospects. We have an application that wholesalers complete that tells us if they’re a good fit or not. Our marketing funnels tell us a lot about a prospect before they reach out to work with us. Retail accounts take a little more research, but I like to do the majority of that side-by-side with my prospects like the business partners that we are. It’s a mistake to go into a meeting with too much research, because you never really know what pieces and parts are truly applicable.

    Could you describe the typical selling process in front of one of your clients or prospects?

    We determine if working together could be a good fit. If it is then we lay out the conditions of working together. If it’s agreeable we send an invoice and get to work. The selling process really isn’t a big deal if you have the right inbound and content marketing strategies in place.

    What are some of the more common concerns that you encounter in the sales process?

    Retail store buyers want to envision how the product you’re pitching will sell in their store. If you’re pitching to a big retail buyer you should definitely have marketing and display plan put together. Wholesalers who work with us sometimes don’t have a timeline concept for the amount of time it takes to put together wholesale to retail deals, so they’re anxious to get orders quickly when it often doesn’t happen so fast.

    How do you handle those issues?

    We bring the retailer on board and show them how buying from us is the next logical step to move their business forward in the “big picture” that we’ve painted together. They can’t get the big picture we’ve put together for them without taking the next logical step, so it’s a no-brainer.

    What do you feel is the hardest part of the sales process?

    The hardest part of selling is speaking directly to your prospect in the language that resonates with them personally. You overcome this by listening to them first as much as humanly possible.

    If you can narrow it down to just one, what was your most satisfying selling experience?

    My most satisfying experiences usually come in the validation stages. Since we make a lot of our own products, there’s tons of testing and validating always going on behind the scenes. It’s always satisfying when something works.

    Has the selling environment changed in your market?

    Retailers can go to websites like Alibaba and cut out the middleman now. A lot of buyers are going online.

    How do you keep yourself updated on the changes in your industry and product line?

    Industry publications, Facebook groups, newsletters, trade shows, and just practicing in the field myself every single week.

    Perhaps even more important than industry savvy is personal maintenance. So, how do you keep yourself motivated, Scot?

    I stay motivated by reminding myself why I do what I do. There are too many entrepreneurs out there that need our help. If I gave up I would be letting them down too. Behind every great man is a greater woman, I owe a lot to my beautiful and amazingly supportive wife Mallory. I probably would have given up a long time ago if it wasn’t for her support and encouragement.

    “Go the extra mile” is the response I got recently when asking this question. I get variants of that response regularly from great sales professionals. Do you have any advice or a last-add to close on?

    I’ll leave you with one of my favorite quotes by Sir John Templeton: “Never forget: the secret of creating riches for oneself is to create them for others.”

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    • Online Presentations and Webinars
    • Product Awareness and Announcement Calls
    • Primary Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Surveys
    • Experiential Event Marketing
    • Pre and Post-Event Calls
    • Audience Acquisition, Exhibit Sales and Sponsorship Sales

    If You’re Going To Do All The Barking…

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    This is an open letter to all you entrepreneurial, my-way-or-the-highway, smartest-person-in-the-room types that have decided that in order to get your business to the next level you need to engage the services of a new agency, consultant or adviser.

    In a word – PLEASE DON’T!

    If you are going to do all the barking SalesFish b2b marketing experience

    Seriously, don’t hire anyone, it will be better for everyone! Better for the consultants. Better for your team. Better for your business. And better for you!

    This piece of advice comes from years of personal experience and is reflected in the saying, “If you are going to do all the barking, don’t buy a dog!”

    Strong, me-driven leaders have a hard time with “new.” They understand they need to make a change – at least intellectually. And in their more rational moments, they know they can’t take the company any further and need the infusion of new thinking. So they send out an RFP and give the qualifying agencies the same pitch, “I want your best work. Think out of the box. Nothing is off limits. We need cutting edge ideas. Etc. Etc. Etc.”

    Invariably the agency comes back with solutions that fit those marching orders and are met with, “I don’t think so. I know my customer and they won’t buy that. I don’t like those colors. Absolutely not. No. No. No.”

    The match made in heaven quickly ends up in purgatory on the slippery slope to hell…

    So what can prevent that fate and turn a potential disaster into a win-win partnership?

    Set Reasonable Objectives

    You know what kind of leader you are. (Or you should be getting some help understanding what kind of leader you are!) You know how much ‘new’ you can tolerate. You know how willing you are to let go of the reigns and let others take control. And you should be familiar with how your team responds to change and challenge.

    So before you send out those RFPs and start interviewing candidates, set some reasonable objectives for the assignment. Certainly push the limits of your personal comfort zone, but there is no use setting the moon as your objective if you aren’t willing to leave earth’s atmosphere. Be willing to accept a sub-orbital objective while realizing that you can always extend the mission later.

    By setting reasonable objectives, you save the agency from engaging in flights of fantasy that will crash shortly after lift-off. You also save your team the agonizing ordeal of rejecting everything out of hand. And you save the frustration of wasting valuable time in exploring non-viable ‘solutions.’

    Setting reasonable expectations gets everyone on the same page more quickly, focuses the solutions to ‘can-do” alternatives, and energizes your team for the executional phase.

    Select Dispassionately

    Or at least as dispassionately as possible.

    I have sat in many pitch review meetings where a strong leader has gotten all excited about the chemistry with the agency’s pitch leader. You’ve probably said it yourself, “I love that guy. They get me and what I want to accomplish. We’re a perfect match. This is going to be great!”

    All the while your team is sitting there, hopefully not in a paralyzed state of submission to ‘what the big guy wants’, thinking, “Yeah you guys connected, but his team is a bunch of head-bobbing non-starters. We can’t work with them. This is going to be a disaster!”
    Solution?

    Set up an Agency Evaluation form before the pitch. Include all the things you think will be essential to a good partnership, including chemistry, competency, results from similar assignments, etc. Have each team member fill it out, anonymously if necessary, tabulate the response and then conduct your post mortem from that baseline. If a moment of wisdom breaks out, you might consider weighting your team’s response above yours since they are going to be the boots on the ground once you get up and running.

    Practice Trust

    This is the hard part for most of you…trust!

    You know the little voices in your head: “Can I really trust my team?” “Can I really trust my agency partner?” “What are the guarantees everything is going to work out if I don’t get all hands-onish and take control of this process?”

    If you are going to do all the barking SalesFish b2b sales experience

    Bottom line is you are really asking, “Can I trust myself?” Can I trust my choice of the people on my team? Can I trust the choice of objectives I have laid out? Can I trust the process I set in place to select our partner? Can I trust others enough so that I don’t have to be the smartest guy in the room?

    The hard truth is that you’re never going to get to the next level if you’re not willing to trust others with the outcome. You have your part. You have your piece. But unless you are willing to let the dogs out, you are destined to get laryngitis…and remain pretty much where you are.

    So, if you are going to do all the barking, don’t buy a dog! If you are determined to get to the next level in your business, set reasonable objectives, select dispassionately and practice trust.

    Woof! Woof!


     
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    • B2B Direct Sales, Channel Sales and Marketing Strategies
    • On-Site B2B Presentation, Negotiation and Sales
    • B2B Telemarketing and B2B Telesales Services
    • Cold Calls and Appointment Setting
    • Online Presentations and Webinars
    • Product Awareness and Announcement Calls
    • Primary Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Surveys
    • Experiential Event Marketing
    • Pre and Post-Event Calls
    • Audience Acquisition, Exhibit Sales and Sponsorship Sales