Love your customers more than your products

Hojka DrozgSales

This probably rings a bell, right? A company spends several months (or years) developing a product until it finds the most original, technologically sophisticated, or advanced solution, but then when they start marketing it, they run into problems. No matter how loud they praise their R&D department’s excellent work, and no matter how much they invest in showing off their … Read More

You don’t have to be the cheapest if you’re the best

Igor PauletičInbound Marketing, Sales

A while ago I posted the article titled What beats the lowest price? on our Slovene blog, which probably attracted quite an audience based on the title alone. When I started analyzing the readers, I found out they primarily consisted of people that are in some way or another involved in sales and are responsible for sales results. This post … Read More

One of sales personnel’s biggest illusions is that they can sell me their product or service any time. Even when I’m not thinking about buying anything at all.

Igor PauletičInbound Marketing, Sales

In reality, this is really a problem of the marketing staff (not sales personnel!) and hence the key reason why in the majority of companies marketing and sales, as business functions, continue to remain unconnected (in procedural terms). Give me three minutes to explain this thesis … To increase growth, you’ll have to fill in the gap between promotion (advertising) … Read More