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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.
The Differences Between Proactive and Reactive Selling
Being proactive means making things happen rather than waiting for things to happen. On a deeper level, being proactive also means you are ready for something before it happens, whereas being reactive means waiting for a situation to unfold before responding.
The Single Most Important Trait for Sales Success
There are thousands of websites, articles, and books about how to be an effective salesperson. With the massive amount of information out there, it can be overwhelming to actually apply the lessons to your professional life. With all that information,
The Three Key People in the Decision Making Process
It’s a common misconception that sales is a “one-on-one” style of business practice where an individual sells something to another individual. Often times, there are people in the background who have a heavy influence on the decision-making
The Importance of VBRs (Valid Business Reasons) when Cold Calling
If you work in sales, cold calling is probably a big part of your life. Whether you are knocking on doors trying to sell home security systems or calling local businesses trying to sell advertising, cold calling is a method you can use to generate leads
What is Consultative Selling?
Let’s be honest here. Generally, people don’t like salespeople. Salespeople tend to have the general reputation of being fast-talking scam artists. Now more than ever, prospects always have their guards up when talking to anyone on the sales team,