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by Megan Seamans September 18, 2018

The Beginners Guide to #DF18 From a Fellow Beginner

As a Dreamforce newbie, I’ve heard a lot of positive things about this amazing conference and couldn’t be more excited to attend! With that being said, I also know that Dreamforce is a beast and being prepared is crucial to making the most of the experience. So, I went looking for tips from Dreamforce veterans within LevelEleven. I have gathered their best advice to share with you, my fellow Dreamforce newcomers. Good luck!

by David Leinweber November 29, 2017

3 Takeaways from Dreamforce 2017

Though Dreamforce 2017 is over, the learning doesn't have to be. Here are the biggest takeaways from the biggest sales event of the year.

by David Leinweber November 13, 2017

Dreamforce AppExchange Keynote Highlights

A breakdown of the Salesforce AppExchange Keynote at Dreamforce 2017.

by David Leinweber November 2, 2017

6 Free Apps You’ll Want To Download Before Dreamforce 2017

1. CamCard After Dreamforce ends, you are likely to have enough business cards to fill a small home. Rather than sifting through each one and manually plugging in the information, let CamCard do the grunt work. This app allows you to take a photo of a business card and upload the contact information straight into

by David Leinweber October 24, 2017

9 Must-See Sessions at Dreamforce 2017

With hundreds of speakers and over 180,000 people attending Dreamforce 2017,  it’s no surprise that the event can be overwhelming. That’s why we did the research for you and found 9 sessions that you won’t want to miss. But before the madness begins, enjoy some rest and relaxation on a “Walking Meditation” led by the

by Julie Dunn November 9, 2016

3 ways to modernize your sales coaching

This is the first in a two-part series about bringing your sales coaching into the twenty-first century. Check back later for part two. This might shock you: According to research from Aberdeen Group, many sales managers still coach around old-school frameworks of emotion and gut instinct. Or it might not. In fact, you might be