Month

February 2013
Detroit was built on the success of the automobile industry, but now the Motor City is starting a new chapter. The city is entering a new phase, one made not of axels, wheels and pistons, but of apps, software and other mobile and Web-based technologies.
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Client success stories are what inspire us here at LevelEleven to continue to build great products that motivate key sales behaviors. I’ve heard from many clients who’ve seen knockout results using our Compete app, the most popular gamification app in the Salesforce AppExchange.  The most recent story comes from Willie McMullen, Director of Sales at...
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They can’t stop talking about what they sell – not in an aggressive, in-your-face sort of way, but in an elevated-voice, reluctant-to-take-breaths-between-words sort of way that shows you they believe in what they have to offer. They tell family and friends about their product; then they suggest those family and friends take advantage of it....
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There’s nothing worse than launching a workplace competition and then finding out that your workplace has no interest in competing. Okay, there are some worse things…or several. But if you spend the time and effort to build a contest, especially if it’s meant to make an “uninteresting” activity seem to be the opposite, an uninterested...
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Here’s what we don’t recommend: allowing the words “sales contests” to spring an old-fashioned image into your mind. It’s not that this word/image association – words: sales contests, image: manager pointing to a white board to show results of a contest that nobody really understood in the first place – doesn’t make sense; employee contests...
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