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Jon Stroker
By Jon Stroker
on November 24, 2015

With the end of Q4 in sight, many sales teams and sales managers have begun to think about goal setting for 2016. Make no mistake, boosting your team’s productivity should be one of those primary goals for next year.

By Jay Gordman
on October 13, 2015
I had the privledge of getting a sneak peak in to the new State of Inbound 2015 Report produced by Hubspot.  When I reviewed the report I was really surprised at how poorly sales and marketing teams are aligned.  I know, we have all heard it heard it many times, sales teams blame marketing for too few or unqualified leads while marketing teams blame sales for not effectively working and closing leads.
Sarah Brizendine
By Sarah Brizendine
on October 01, 2015

There was a time when Excel sheets came in pretty handy for any sales person. Sales teams could use them to organize prospects and synchronize sales information. They did have some significant limitations though, and many times, the salesperson had to do a lot of the footwork in order to keep the process efficient and even effective.

However, Excel has had its day when it comes to customer relationship management. New CRM technology has emerged that makes Excel sheets obsolete for this purpose. Here are four good reasons why your sales team needs a CRM system.

Matt Walde
By Matt Walde
on September 22, 2015

Over the past 10 years, AdVision has worked with 100’s of businesses of all sizes and in all industries. Although the types of businesses have varied greatly, the commonality among every one of our engagements has been the client’s desire to convert their online traffic more often at a lesser cost.

My favorite aspect of digital marketing, regardless of the strategy deployed, is the ability to track tangible results. We can easily track any click from the initial website visit through to a conversion, be it an online purchase, a lead submission form, or a phone call.

This process of results tracking does get a little difficult when tasked with tracking a local, in store purchase, stemming from a digital campaign we’re managing. In these situations, we need to plan a campaign geared towards driving online website traffic, which will trigger in store visits, which will ideally result in an in store transaction. And we have to have the ability to prove it. Below are a few tactics we've employed to overcome this in past client campaigns.

Natalie Stahl
By Natalie Stahl
on May 12, 2015

First, I am thrilled to be sharing my first blog post on behalf of AdVision Marketing. If we haven’t had a chance to meet yet, I look forward to connecting with you in the near future. As the new Business Development Lead for AdVision Marketing, it is my duty to connect businesses with solutions that assist them in overcoming tough sales and marketing challenges.

I thought I’d kick off my blogging by providing three simple ways to increase sales. These tips can be applied whether your sales team consists of you alone or you have a sales team of 50. You can put these tactics to use whether you are selling high-end home improvement services or a new app for Fortune 500 companies. 

Jon Stroker
By Jon Stroker
on November 25, 2014

Sales professionals have it tough. They really do.