Sometimes you have to think big. Whether you’re buying detergent in bulk or you’re screaming “No Whammies” on national television, it’s usually a good idea to go for the gusto.
And that’s what we’ve done here. But we’re not tooting our own horn. Most of these valuable sales insights come from our friends from all across the Web. This Roundup of Roundups provides a powerful collection of sales wisdom from 2013.
If you can’t find something useful, interesting or actionable in this big, bad grab bag, you probably don’t have a pulse.
1. Reflections on 2013: Social Proof, Quota Killers, Failing CRM
Nancy Nardin hit some home runs on her sales productivity blog.
2. Top Content of 2013: The Sales Optimization Roundup
The good people at Pardot know a thing or two about a thing or two. Here’s proof.
3. The Top Five Sales Enablement Posts of 2013
ShareBloc actually had real people vote on the best sales content from last year. The voters’ selections will surprise and delight you.
4. Top 10 Sales Blogs of 2013
RelateIQ asked its readers to name their favorite sales posts. Smart move.
5. Top 10 Inside Sales Posts of 2013
Here’s where I feel strangely compelled to toot my own horn. Please forgive me. I hope you enjoy the 10 most popular posts from XANT.
6. 10 Most Popular Sales Insights From 2013
This OpenView Labs blog post roundup features an article from Jim Keenan, one of the nicest guys in sales, along with nine other gems.
7. Top 10 Sales Blog Posts of 2013
Salesforce.com always makes me smile —> :D.
8. Viral Video Marketing Roundup of 2013
Here’s a good resolution for the new year: Make more videos. Thanks for the inspiration, ThriveHive.
9. Content Marketing Roundup: 2013’s Best eBooks, Slideshows, & Infographics
Flite pulled together an exceedingly fine list of content marketing resources. It’s a beautiful thing, trust me.
10. Mystery Post
Do you ever click random links as if you’re playing a slot machine, just hoping to get lucky? Here’s your chance. You’ll be glad you did.
See how XANT accelerates sales through science.
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