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by Aaron Ross October 23, 2019

10 Ways to Increase Salesforce.com Adoption

This is a guest post by Aaron Ross, co-author of “Predictable Revenue: Turn Your Business into a Sales Machine with the $100 Million Best Practices of Salesforce.com”. You aren’t alone – just about every company struggles with adoption of their Sales Force Automation (“SFA”) system – even the SFA companies like Salesforce.com! WHY EVERYONE STRUGGLES

by Megan Seamans November 13, 2018

5 Best Practices For Running Successful President’s Club

But what makes a successful President’s Club? How should an organization go about implementing and maintaining one? Here at LevelEleven, we are frequently asked by organizations for best practices and how to most effectively run a great President’s Club. Here are some best practices to consider when planning your President’s Club.

by Megan Seamans October 23, 2018

Creative Contests to End 2018 with a Bang!

No matter what industry you are in, companies are looking for ways to keep their employees engaged without decreasing their productivity. One of the best ways to do this is through contests.

by James Gardikas March 15, 2018

How to Build the Perfect LevelEleven Sales Contest

When done right, LevelEleven sales contests garner notoriety from the executive table to the bullpen. But, to create a sales contest that wins the hearts of your salespeople, sales managers and executive team, you need to consider all of the factors that impact its success. If you’re a front line Sales Manager looking to build the

by Julie Dunn December 19, 2016

25 budget-friendly sales incentives for the holidays

Sales incentives can be tricky business. You want to reward your sales reps for their tremendous work, but you also don’t want to ruin your CFO’s day by going over budget. The good news is that studies show recognizing someone’s accomplishments is a better motivator than a reward with high monetary value. So your sales

by Julie Dunn December 8, 2016

Salesforce to host sales tools on Amazon public cloud

We know Salesforce is one of your top CRM tools, so we want to keep you updated on the technology you use every day. Stay in the know with our Sales Leader Brief series. Next year, Salesforce customers will be able to access the company’s main sales tools via the Amazon Web Services (AWS)  public