I believe that we’ll all have a bit more time on our hands over the next weeks and months. There are no sports on TV. (I’m in the early stages of Premier League withdrawal. Ask my wife. It’s not pretty.) There are no sporting events to attend in person. Broadway is closed (so much for […]
ringDNA and Andy Paul Team Up to Empower and Educate Sales Professionals Worldwide Los Angeles, CA – February 27, 2019 – ringDNA (www.ringdna.com), the revenue acceleration platform that helps businesses scale growth through AI, today announced it has acquired Andy Paul’s hugely popular sales podcast, ‘Accelerate!’. With a shared passion for using technology to humanize […]
Sales management is an extremely rewarding, challenging, and exciting position to be in. Ultimately you are responsible for leading and guiding a team of reps to success through goals, quotas, plans, and processes. Whether you are already a manager looking to be promoted or are a sales rep that wants to become a manager, these […]
Any type of conversation may seem highly organic, non-standard, unpredictable, and highly immeasurable. However, there are actually ways to measure, analyze, and ultimately extract actionable outcomes from conversations. Scientists are able to analyze conversations to learn more about human habits, and therapists help individuals communicate so they can build better relationships. Both of these uses […]
Cold calls can be one of the most difficult parts of sales, but there are some reps that excel at it. We took a look at the cold calling techniques used by the top sales performers to see what they did. They cold call when answer rates are highest A ringDNA analysis of over 130 […]
BuiltInLA recently interviewed ringDNA VP of Product Jeff Shelton on trends within the AI space. In the article, Jeff covers what trends he is paying attention to right now, as well as where ringDNA is headed. Jeff discusses how effective AI is for actually helping humans be more human. We can use AI to analyze […]
ringDNA CMO William Tyree recently spoke about the mental impact of sales. At AA-ISP Orange County’s regular meeting, William gave the group a presentation titled, “Navigating the Emotional Highs and Lows of Sales.” William covered how to achieve and maintain the optimal mindset that salespeople need to truly help our prospects and customers. Sales reps […]
The typical career progression for a sales development rep (SDR) is to advance to an account executive (AE) within a company. The idea is that development reps already have experience pitching your products, understand it, and know how to work with your potential buyers. The longer an AE remains with the team, the even more […]
The average NBA player is 6 foot 7 inches and the typical NFL wide receiver can run a 40-yard dash in 4.48 seconds. While being tall or fast doesn’t necessarily qualify you to play professional sports, the basic skills and qualities are part of a foundation that makes these athletes successful. The same goes for […]
The onboarding of sales development representatives (SDRs) is one of the most challenging, and sometimes underserviced parts of a business. Sales development roles are commonly treated as entry-level positions. SDRs are given as little as a week of onboarding, and are expected to get by with on-the-job learning. This, combined with steep quotas, mean the […]
The general perception of a salesperson is that of a smooth-talking, effortless extrovert with a magnetism that makes people just want to buy. Everyone wants to be the rep that easily delivers a perfect pitch, nails the value prop, and has the prospect ready to sign in seconds. If you are one of these reps, […]
One of the most important metrics for any sales team should be new hire ramp time. Whether you hire a development rep or an account executive, the faster you can bring them up to speed, the better they will perform, the more your sales will increase, and the more ROI will be delivered. The average […]