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Many people ignore midsize companies but the vendors in the know are pursuing them aggressively.  Are you?  However, few understand the needs and challenges required to engage or sell to the midmarket, – and hence few are successful selling to the midmarket.  Here are some useful facts and insights that could help you achieve greater success selling to the midmarket:
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This article, citing The Little Teal Book of Trust, lists 10 keys that help salespeople reach 'trusted advisor' status. The book offers 10-point trusted advisor checklist for reps: these include trusted advisors are value providers not suppliers, trusted advisors focus on building business, not...

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This article lists four important things to do in order to win sales , establish long-term buying relationships with clients and become a trusted advisor on whom they rely. These include marketing services according to buyer preferences, providing sales training, making sure buyers are ready to...

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The marketer’s goal is to get buyers into and moving through the purchase funnel of awareness, interest, evaluation, acquisition, and loyalty. This article examines the business buyer’s position, how it differs from that of consumers, why it’s important to appeal to both rational and emotional...

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With an increased amount of marketing dollars being spent in online channels, many are looking at advertising networks as an opportunity to capture an increasing portion of these dollars spent. However, as these networks expand and competition increases, advertising rates are being driven lower...

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This articles discusses the effects of anchoring in decision-making. The anchoring effect refers to the adjustment a decision maker carries out based on information presented to him. The anchoring effect represents one determinant which can have a negative effect on decision making. Business...

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For more than 36 years, SAP focused on developing enterprise business. However, to grow and meet its aggressive long-term sales targets, SAP needed to further penetrate the more robust and more varied pool of midsize businesses. This article describes the marketing communications plan they...

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This article explain that to become a trusted advisor won't just involved showing specific expertise to customers. A trusted advisor is a person relied upon by their clients to have expertise in not one, but in many areas of a business. A trusted advisor is the person who gets a phone call...

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To become a trusted business advisor, financial professionals must couple the delivery of data with interpretation and sound business advice. Your end goal should be helping clients understand financial statements rather than review them. This article describes several points that can help a...

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