The perfect picture will make you pop, and is so much more viable than any blog link or status update. Try it. Youll see.
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From the post, Dave says, The error we make, is not understanding, driving, or helping the customer define their requirements or priorities. The error we make is getting engaged too late, when theyve already set their priorities. This really isnt the fault of sales or marketing. Lots of research shows that due to the Internet most prospects are 60-70% through the sales process before they even reach out to sales. The only way companies can solve this is to find a way to get involved earlier in the sales process. How can they do that?