Salesforce Launches Quotable Content Site For Salespeople

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This week, Salesforce announced the launch of Quotable, a new site with articles aimed at benefiting sales professionals of all types.

According to the company, it will be full of helpful sales advice from salespeople "who've lived it."

"Let’s say you’re a vice president of sales at a startup or a company that’s just getting off the ground," writes Sara Varni on the Salesforce blog. "You’re tasked with building a sales team from scratch and are thinking about all of the processes that involves. You could really use some practical hands-on information about how to get up and running."

"Or say you’re a sales account executive who has had a lot of success where you are in your career," she adds. "You’re looking for advice on how to make the jump to the next level. What does it take to become a sales manager? Would you even make a good sales manager, or should you stay where you are and keep crushing your quota?"

This is who Quotable is for. You an peruse the site here, and find content about technology for concept selling, how prospects can tell if you've done your due diligence, how to respond to a particular blow off, etc.

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