Month

August 2013
About to get started with salesforce.com? That’s big news. Now you just need to decide how you’ll set up your org, go about training, get your team to adopt the platform…shall we continue? Not going to happen, because we don’t want to overwhelm you. This post exists to do just the opposite. We’re simply writing...
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I just saw my first back-to-school commercial of the year. You know the type I’m talking about — they are hilarious. A parent is dancing through the aisles, grabbing school supplies while their kids look so depressed. Example: In honor of all of the parents stocking up on school supplies, we decided to feature a...
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“Why won’t my sales team use our CRM?” Admit it – you’ve been tempted to Google it. Or maybe you have Googled it. Or maybe you haven’t, but can we still agree it’s a fair assumption? Regardless, the answer is simple: Your team just doesn’t see the value the CRM offers your company as a...
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Some think non-competes hurt business; others say the agreements are simply essential for employers. So, which is right? LevelEleven CEO Bob Marsh recently discussed that question with Distil Networks Co-founder & CEO Rami Essaid and “Money” host Melissa Francis on Fox Business. Here’s how it started: Melissa: “Keeping with the entrepreneurial angle here, numerous experts...
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Some people quickly dismiss the idea of enterprise gamification. Because adding fun to your work environment means leaving some amount of structure behind, right? No, actually. If you want gamification to work in motivating your employees, it takes careful planning — and that should start with these 7 high-level rules: 1. Entertain: Keep it interesting. This sounds basic, but...
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