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Data Part 1: Stop Wasting Money on Lists That Don’t Fit Your Needs

As you know, we think about data differently from any other data vendor. In our last blog post, we talked about our views on sales prospecting data, list buying, and what to do with the list. Now, we’re breaking down that infographic. First up, we’re talking about how big of a list you actually need. …

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Your Data Might Be Costing You a Lot More Than You Realize

We think about data differently from any other data vendor. We look at data as the most critical part of the quality sales prospecting equation, not the area to save the most money or get the lowest price. Here’s a breakdown of our views on data, list buying, and more: Be on the lookout for …

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The Sales Developers, Inc. Acquires Top Brand in Data Quality, Steward

In an effort to produce an ideal outbound sales process for their clients, California-based The Sales Developers, Inc. has acquired Steward, a research firm known for highly accurate B2B data. The Sales Developers, Inc., founded by Ryan Reisert and Rex Biberston, announced the acquisition of Washington DC based data firm, Steward, as a part of …

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Webinar Recap: How To Make Your Cold Calls 4X More Effective

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We know cold calling is hard. You have to do so much work, but you’re only going to turn a fraction of your attempts into conversations (and most of those aren’t even moving forward), but these cold calling techniques will help. In this webinar, Ryan Reisert and our friend and sales coach from Southwestern Consulting, …

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Your Cold Emails Suck, But They Don’t Have To

Learn how to start optimizing email content and start standing out. Optimizing Email Content In a cold email, our goal in every sentence is to get the prospect to read the next sentence. It’s tough. Here’s what the average cold email framework looks like: As you might imagine, it’s pretty hard to stand out when …

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