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NOVEMBER 21, 2012 [Business, Twitter] Suck It Up, Buttercup!
Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter @bluecontra1. But at least you’ll have a cool scar to talk about at your next business meeting. Article by Cale Helmer (Quality and Training Manager, OnPath). hate failing. hate putting my effort into something that doesn’t pan out. I may not know you, but I hate it when you fail too. But not for the same reasons you might expect. Look….we’ve
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FEBRUARY 9, 2012 [Business, Twitter] "Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face."
Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter @bluecontra1. They speak volumes in life as in business. ’ In business, much like in boxing, practice and preparation will only take you so far. For those of us in the business world I’m certain you’ve nursed more than a few black eyes and split lips in your time. Article by Cale Helmer (Site Trainer, OnPath).
SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 | ONPATH
[Business, Twitter] Google Adwords for Dummies - Webinar September 25
FEBRUARY 15, 2013 | ONPATH
[Business, Twitter] Does Cold Calling Still Work?
FEBRUARY 7, 2013 | ONPATH
[Business, Twitter] How to Cheat at Rock, Paper, Scissors
NOVEMBER 21, 2012 | ONPATH
[Business, Twitter] Suck It Up, Buttercup!
SEPTEMBER 12, 2012 | ONPATH
[Business, Twitter] How to Sell Big to Small Business
SEPTEMBER 4, 2012 | ONPATH
[Business, Twitter] OnPath becomes agency partner for Radian6
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FEBRUARY 15, 2013 [Business, Twitter] Does Cold Calling Still Work?
In today’s world of hyperconnectivity, changing the “cold” in cold calling to more of a “warm” call can be as simple as learning a little about your prospect by connecting via LinkedIn or Twitter. Call OnPath Business Solutions to compliment your inbound marketing. Click on the video above to hear what our speakers had to say. Each of the panelists answered three questions: 1.
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MAY 5, 2011 [Business, Twitter] Elevator Pitch: One Sentence Can Change Your Life
”, or “What business are you in?” Get the business card. Once you figure out what works best, and test it out a few times…making tweaks along the way, your pitch will be start to generate business out of thin air when used at the right time and in the right settings. No matter what business you are in, it is essential to have an elevator pitch.
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FEBRUARY 7, 2011 [Business, Twitter] Top 10 B2B Tele-Sales Trends for 2011
Follow him on Twitter @telesalesexpert. Businesses will either introduce brand new tele-sales initiatives or they will expand the activities of their current tele-sales programs. Tele-Account Managers will nurture and develop relationships with existing clients and prospects at both a business and a PERSONAL level. Follow him on Twitter @telesalesexpert The reason?
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JANUARY 28, 2011 [Business, Twitter] Social Media, and lead generation, is all about the humor
Follow him on Twitter @ohpinion8ted. It was a fun 29 minute discussion (not counting Q&A) about social media and the lessons that Cisco - the 2010 B2B Twitterer of the Year - has learned. hope we can work together again and I suggest you follow them on Twitter. Outsourcing of social media is a challenging thing, as the vendor will never know your business like you do.
ONPATH | MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 [Business, Twitter] Google Adwords for Dummies - Webinar September 25
Date : Wednesday September 25, 2013 Time : 3:00pm EST / 12:00pm PST Duration : 29 Minutes Twitter: #adwordswebinar. AdWords lets every business from small online stores to Fortune 500 companies create targeted, cost-efficient advertising campaigns on search engines. Register. This webinar will help you turn clicks into cash by attracting the right visitors to your website. You’ll learn how to navigate through Google AdWords complexities and nuances, adopt AdWords best practices, and turn clicks into ka-ching! Topics to be covered will include: 1. Can''t attend? No problem. MORE >>
ONPATH | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2013 [Business, Twitter] How to Cheat at Rock, Paper, Scissors
Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter @bluecontra1. While I hardly doubt that most businesses would rely on something as simple as this game to make major decisions, I’ve often applied the methodology to how I sell to Customers. Article by Cale Helmer (Site Trainer, OnPath). Part 1-Playing Rock, Paper, Scissors. We all know the game. We’ve all played it before. We use it to see who takes out the trash, who pays the bill at the end of the night or to simply waste some time. Rock, Paper, Scissors. How I love thee. Let me count the ways. Rock, Paper, Scissors….best That is ….unless MORE >>
ONPATH | TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2011 [Business, Twitter] The Most Expensive Magazine in America
Worth is the most expensive magazine in the country for three reasons: First , they d on’t want to circulate to the $150,000 or $170,000 average earner that most business and financial magazines target. Second , they only pick people (110,000) that they know are subscribers to other business and financial publications. Use a high price and rarity to show these people the intrinsic value of what you are selling and the exclusivity of doing business with you. Twitter @ cainetastic But chances are you haven’t seen it. The $18.95 Article by Caine Ruckstuhl. MORE >>
ONPATH | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011 [Business, Twitter] 15 Sales Lessons from the Cookie
On September 29, 2010 Jennifer Montoni , owner of Tickle Your Tummy Nut Free Cookie Company , stepped into the Dragons Den (a popular Canadian CBC reality show about entrepreneurs who pitch their ideas for potential investment from successful business tycoons). CBC Dragons Den : Season 5 » Episode 2 This Toronto, ON, mom needs the dough to expand her allergy free cookie business. Jennifer is hoping to expand her business from a home-based business into a full scale bakery serving customers across North America. Follow him on Twitter @cainetastic Smile. MORE >>
ONPATH | WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2012 [Business, Twitter] How to Sell Big to Small Business
Here's a way you probably haven't thought about to boost your sales, market and sell to people who own a small business. Small businesses are an excellent market. Watch out because small businesses are only average consumers of traditional media, trying to reach them this way might be a waste of money. Marketing to small businesses requires unusual product offerings (they love originality), economic price options (they are price sensitive), social media interactions (especially Twitter, Facebook and YouTube) and being first to contact them. Want to know more? MORE >>
- [Business, Twitter] I am not 140 Characters: A collection of Tweets never Twitted about on Twitter ONPATH | TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2010
- [Business, Twitter] OnPath becomes agency partner for Radian6 ONPATH | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012
- [Business, Twitter] Let Sales Sell Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Lead Nurturing ONPATH | WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2011
- [Business, Twitter] Why Looking in the Mirror Make an Ass Out of U and Me ONPATH | TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2010
- [Business, Twitter] Social CRM - How some companies are using it. ONPATH | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2010