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Data Part III: What do you do with the list?

If you’ve been following our series, you know you need a list that’s just the right size (you know, like Goldilocks) and it should be 100% validated in real-time. But once you’ve got the quality leads, the Glengarry Glen Ross leads, what do you do with them? If you’ve built a series of prospecting activities …

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Full- & Part-Time Remote SDR Role For Experienced Sales Professionals

California-based sales technology & services firm, The Sales Developers, announces employment opportunities for full and part-time remote SDR work. After taking on a seed round and making two acquisitions in their first year in business, The Sales Developers continue to hire sales talent to service their clients, but with a new twist. The role of …

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The Sales Developers Raises $500K Seed Investment to Drive Modern Outbound Sales Market Expansion

In a continued effort to help B2B businesses scale up outbound sales, California-based The Sales Developers, Inc. has acquired $500K in funding after only 6 months of operation. After writing the best-selling book on outbound sales, Outbound Sales, No Fluff, co-founders Ryan Reisert and Rex Biberston were reminded by readers that, while the formula of …

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Data Part 2: What Does Quality Data Look Like?

We are absolutely obsessed with 100% lead quality because it’s the only thing that fuels our efficient sales engine for our clients and ourselves. It’s why we acquired the data company known for absolute quality, Steward. We recently discussed what quality data looks like in our infographic here. 100% quality looks like this: There is …

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Webinar Recap: Define Your Swimlane, Nail Your Niche, and Scale Your Sales

We’ve all done it. We’ve all tried to sell to everyone who might benefit from our product or service. So what’s wrong with that? It leads to a lot of wasted effort. Sure, they’ll take meetings with you, but close at a much lower rate (if at all). Only 20% of your sales effort is …

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