ExpertCaller.com is a website for those who work in sales, marketing, and customer service.
The mission here is to take you, the professional, and develop your skill set, increase your income, and lead you to success. Here, you will find helpful articles and information all designed to help you be the best salesperson/marketer/customer service agent that you can be while maximizing revenue and giving the customer the best experience possible. By working hard and improving yourself, you can change your career and change your life.
In 2017, ExpertCaller.com was honored as a “Top Customer Experience (CX) Influencer” by CCW.
Time Management Hacks for Marketers
The days seem to be getting longer, but for marketers, there’s no time like the present. With so much to focus on — from changes to Facebook’s privacy rules to updates to the Instagram algorithm, marketing can often feel like a game of whack-a-mole.
Marketing vs. Sales: Their Major Differences and How They Work Together
Business guru and well-known provocateur Tom Peters once addressed a crowd of over 400 sales and marketing executives saying: “I hate sports analogies. They’re just a bunch of male macho…” Yet, in the world of sales and marketing, sports analogies
The 10 Things That Will Make You Successful That Require No Skill
We spend a lot of time talking about different selling strategies and business skills to help increase individual performance. Much of this website is devoted to that. However, something that we often forget about is the traits and the actions that don’t
Identifying the 4 Pain Points of Customers
Many people have the belief that the best salespeople are the ones who are the most charismatic and who can fast-talk their way to a closed deal. In reality, the best salespeople are the ones who follow the consultative approach rather than the “sell
The Psychology of Color in Sales, Marketing, and Branding
Color plays a huge role in business…probably a much larger role than you think. In a recent study titled Impact of Color in Marketing, researchers found that up to 90% of snap judgments made about products can be based on color alone. This is astonishing