Monthly Archives: February 2011

Lil Wayne Is Better at Social Networking Than You

An army of fans and followers on social networks can be a powerful force. Consider today’s race for Facebook dominance between Oreo (the cookie/company) and Lil Wayne (the rapper). On Tuesday, Oreo announced its intention to win the Guinness World … Continue reading

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Bills, Bills, Bills: The Pay-As-You-Go Economy

From Netflix to salesforce.com — both of which made the Fortune 100 Fastest- Growing Companies list in 2010 — it’s clear that the subscription-based business model is only growing in popularity. We always like to hear stories about the power … Continue reading

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Why Don’t We Say What We Mean?

What exactly is it about what you said (or didn’t say–listening is important!) that influenced whether or not you made the sale? In this fascinating and fun video, experimental psychologist and Harvard professor Steven Pinker explains how language influences our … Continue reading

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The New Mobile, Social, & Open Sales Team

What trends in CRM will impact the way sales teams collaborate and sell in 2011? Alex Dayon, Executive Vice President of CRM at salesforce.com, shares some thoughts: Hear more from Alex in person on Tuesday, March 8, during his session … Continue reading

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Watering Holes for Sales Excellence

Thanks to Eric Berridge (Cofounder and CEO of Bluewolf) and Jim Dickie (Managing Partner, CSO Insights) for saying nice things about us on the Internets today! The coolest thing about the Sales 2.0 Conference is that it attracts people who, at the end … Continue reading

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The Fastest Way to Get on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’

Here’s a cool behind-the-scenes look at how Jimmy Fallon and his writing staff use Twitter hashtags to engage audiences and stir up laughs. (If you’re not sure what a hashtag is, here’s a quick explanation with examples.) The “Late Night … Continue reading

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