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Social Selling: How is Twitter Effecting the Selling Process?

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Using social media in the sales process to drive leads, build relationships, and accelerate revenue is a hot topic, but it requires an expert balance of art and science.

Deciding which social selling tools you use will depend on what stage in the sales process you are in, what tools you have available, and of course which tools you are most comfortable with.

In the realm of social selling, Twitter is changing the game. It is now an avenue for sales people to build a personal brand in the social field and the sales field. Please join Jim Brodo, SVP Marketing of Richardson Sales Performance for today's video blog, Social Selling: How is Twitter Effecting the Selling Process? Jim will review the use of Twitter as a very valuable social selling tool on three fronts:

  1. Providing insights
  2. Listening to what is being said about your company, industry, prospects, clients, or products
  3. Interacting with your selling ecosystem
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