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- Message from our Founder – Let’s Win Together
- Upcoming Workshop: How to Generate More Leads on LinkedIn
- Upcoming Webinar: Virtual Events Best Practices – How to Increase Event Sourced Pipeline
- Product Update: Newest Version of Our Free Chrome Extension, RevDriver
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Let’s Win Together
It is said it takes 21 days to make a habit. It’s now been over 6 months since we all were forced to adopt a new work environment, processes, communication channels, and overall lifestyle. Yes, we have grown accustomed to it to the point that it’s often called the “new normal” but that doesn’t mean the underlying challenge has weaned off. The stress is still real.
Be it health concerns or simply the sheer frustration of not having a good vacation, everyone is working under stress. We may have become habituated to staying at home and may even be productive and efficient as before but nobody should develop a habit of living in stress. As most experts point out and I absolutely agree, family is of critical importance during these tough times. Spending quality time with them is often the best way to recharge your batteries.
But on top of that, I think everyone should bring an additional element to their work – empathy. Being empathetic towards your team and clients is always great quality, but it is absolutely critical nowadays. I mean you have to recognize and respect the fact that the person you are dealing with is under the same, if not more, stress than you are. Be it your colleagues, clients, or partners, you have to be supportive, even give some leeway to make them feel comfortable and heard. After all, that’s what you’d like to receive from others. So I guess it’s all about being the change you want to see in the world.
Moreover, this challenge isn’t limited to personal space but impacts the larger business community as well. While some are doing great others are struggling to stay afloat. So it’s important for those doing well to support others in this time of crisis.
We are fortunate to be in an industry that’s one of the least disrupted by this pandemic and we have been doing everything we can to support businesses who play a vital role in the community. We continue to offer special discounts and waivers to companies in higher education and healthcare as they are now needed more than ever.
By all indications, we are now in the last leg of this crisis and we have to get through this together, and when we do eventually get to the other side, our teams, our partnerships, and our client relations are stronger than ever.
After all, it’s good to win but it’s great to win together.
You can find almost every executive and decision-maker of significance on LinkedIn making it a goldmine of B2B contacts if you know how to access them. Join us for this live workshop to learn how you can generate more leads on LinkedIn by revealing direct email and phone numbers from LinkedIn profiles, lists, company pages.
Join us for this virtual training and …
- Receive a FREE Chrome extension to help you continue to generate leads during and after this workshop
- Learn how to reveal decision-makers’ direct phone, email, and other info while on LinkedIn and company websites
- Get pro tips and best practices for leveraging the free Chrome extension
Virtual Event Best Practices: How to Increase Event Sourced Pipeline
A recent poll found that 83% of marketers plan to incorporate virtual events into their ongoing event strategy. Increased adoption and budget around virtual events means a heightened focus on an event’s success.
Successful virtual events are more than great registration and attendance numbers, they are revenue generators. Producing a virtual event that sources pipeline is no small task. It takes thoughtful planning, a clear understanding of your target audience, and internal participation to host an event that moves the needle.
In this conversation, Banzai’s Director of Marketing Corrine Stratton shares how to:
- Properly identify your virtual event audience
- Produce events for different stages of your buyer’s journey
- Get organizational alignment
- Get the most out of on-demand and no-show registrations
Updated Version of Our Free Chrome Extension, RevDriver
SalesIntel is delighted to announce the newest update to RevDriver!
SalesIntel Inc. announced an updated version of their free Chrome extension, RevDriver. The newest version of RevDriver includes a credit counter to help users track their number of reveals and updated premium features for paid users such as requesting research on demand for contacts.
Start generating more leads and reaching decision makers today!