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A sales team’s lead response, and everything that surrounds it, makes or breaks their success. At its core, lead response is the amount of time that it takes for a sales team to respond to an inbound lead sourced from their site, an advertisement, or a partner. However, the enablement of a rapid lead response […]
One of the most motivating factors for sales reps is their sales compensation, and it can help companies attract and creating top sales talent. Inside sales research from ZS and Reality Works found that 40% of large technology companies plan to increase their inside sales headcount. However, the sales talent space is extremely competitive and […]
What are the best sales books of all time? To find the true answer once and for all, we first took to Amazon and other sites to find the most popular sales books, ranked by the number of reviews and their ratings. We then decided to ask the sales industry itself by running a March […]
On Wednesday, ringDNA CEO Howard Brown joined Cheddar to discuss how businesses have overcome the challenges that they have faced in recent times. Howard highlights remote work as not only a necessary challenge but an opportunity. Teams that have prioritized tools and technologies that enable productivity and collaboration have been far more successful during this […]
The Moment of Discovery is Really the Discovery of the Question Jonas Salk was one of the greatest scientific minds in American history. He is most well known for discovering and developing the first safe and effective vaccine for polio. He once said “What people think of as the moment of discovery is really the […]
What is the Definition of Inside Sales? The definition of inside sales refers to any type of sales that are handled remotely. Over the past decade, inside sales has come to be the dominant sales model for reps in B2B, tech, SaaS, and a variety of B2C industries selling high-ticket items. An inside sales model […]
A sales team cannot truly perform at its maximum without a sales playbook. The sales playbook contains everything your team needs to successfully close deals. This includes target prospects, buyer personas, their common pains and problems, call scripts, email templates, discovery questions, sample presentations, and competitor info. Reps use this information to understand the best practices, […]
Update published 7/27/2018: Ringless voicemail is officially declared a “call” that falls under TCPA regulations according to the recent ruling of Saunders v. Dyck O’Neal. U.S. District Judge Gordon J. Quist is the first federal judge to declare ringless voicemail as a “call.” Click here to read the full opinion and ruling. You may have encountered […]
Great salespeople all seem to have one thing in common: they are fiercely dedicated to self-improvement. The best sellers I’ve ever worked with are never content with just making quota. They are willing to do whatever it takes to hit their numbers out of the park. And while salespeople have a responsibility to self-educate and […]
The sales industry is known for using a variety of acronyms in their day-to-day communications. So much so that it can be quite confusing. Further complicating matters, there are abbreviations for different sales job titles too, which can mean different things in different companies and verticals. If you are struggling to know who’s who in […]
Since the beginning of the COVID shutdown period, I’ve read 33 business books. Reading is part of my job. I interview a ton of authors on my podcast “Sales Enablement with Andy Paul.” And, unlike most podcast hosts, I pay my guests (and listeners) the respect of actually reading their books, cover to cover, before […]
The sales industry standard is that it takes up to eight attempts to contact a prospect. This best practice should be baked into any outbound sales prospecting cadence. For your sales development reps (SDRs) to hit their goals, they need to reach out to prospects with a regular cadence. For the unfamiliar, a sales cadence […]