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🎧 Social Selling
Podcast Social Selling / PodCast / Oct 26, 2019 / Posted by Grant Leboff / 527 

🎧 Social Selling

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As media platforms change and evolve, some salespeople are struggling to keep up with the social media trends, and are missing out on key sales, or failing to market themselves in a way that keeps up with consumer preferences. To learn more about how to keep up with media trends, watch this video interview with Grant Leboff, hosted by John Golden.

This podcast is also a recorded live event you are welcome to view here: Whatever Happened to Social Selling

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About Author

Grant is the CEO of Sticky Marketing Club, a sales and marketing consultancy providing companies with the strategies to thrive in an increasingly competitive world. He is a highly sought after consultant and speaker, and constantly makes presentations at conferences and events all over the world.

Author's Publications on Amazon

"Digital Selling" makes sense of the new paradigms in which a salesperson now operates. It outlines the new strategies required to make the most of the plentiful opportunities that exist, and provides the practical advice salespeople need to use the social web effectively, generate leads…
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"Myths of Marketing" effectively debunks many of the most pervasive myths and assumptions, leaving readers with a clearer, more perceptive understanding of marketing as a whole, to improve their own practice and marketing strategy.
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"Sales Therapy" smashes the age-old sales model with an effective new approach grounded in behavioral psychology. It is natural and effortless to use because it mirrors the way people actually interact with each other. And it really works.
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"Stickier Marketing", remains a complete guide to producing effective marketing communications in a world of consumers empowered by new digital technology who do not want to be shouted at but engaged with.
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"Sticky Marketing" provides a new set of rules for effective communications in a world transformed by new technology. It introduces a new model of customer engagement and asks "not what your marketing can do for you, but what your marketing can do for your customer."
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