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One of the big challenges of any business is building social proof. Maybe you’re in a position where very few people in your industry know of you. You’re hopping on sales calls and prospects have never heard of you. Or
Many development teams dread cold outreach. It’s labor-intensive. And rejection…it’s like high school all over again. The easier way is to network and land introductions to decision-makers. I’m all for this approach—especially if it’s producing a solid pipeline of corporate
Nonprofit development is tough work. “Too much to do and not enough time,” is what we hear from a lot of development professionals. You have aggressive fundraising goals. Securing budget for your department is a constant battle. And you could
We get this question from a lot of sales teams. A big challenge with cold email is the number of variables you’re dealing with. It’s hard to pinpoint what’s wrong if you’re not getting responses. Here’s a checklist (using the
It’s usually because of a very specific reason. Most prospecting advice is very tactic-based. Don’t get me wrong, tactics are essential. But sometimes we need to get back to the “why” of prospecting. Back to the basics. Why would a