At LevelEleven, we study sales contests. We just have this thing for collecting new wisdom on what works best for motivating sales teams and optimizing sales performance. Recently, we decided to summarize some of it — to come up with an updated list of our 10 best tips for building the ultimate sales contest. Today, we want to share them...Read More
Do you ever run sales contests around calls? So do most of our customers. The most popular call contest we see is one that rewards participants for talk time, or the amount of time each team member spends on the phone. Other popular ideas include rewarding participants for the number of calls made each day...Read More
Growing up as an athlete, I have lived and breathed competition my whole life. There is nothing like testing your skills with the skills of your peers – especially when there is a scoreboard displaying your effectiveness, good or bad, at all times. However, as time went on I realized that there was no way for me to make...Read More
As a customer success manager at LevelEleven, my job revolves around helping VP’s of Sales and Marketing successfully improve their teams’ performance. Part of that, comes from helping them with the strategy needed to run powerful, automated sales contests. And in doing that, there are four mistakes I constantly see. Are you making any of these sales contest...Read More
Sales contests around deals closed are commonplace. Sales contests around onboarding sales reps? Not so much. But Cardinal Health proved that the latter is just as valuable of an option. The Cardinal team added a little competition to the onboarding process and saw it create greater internal collaboration, new sales opportunities and increased visibility into sales data. We...Read More
Sales and marketing functions have been siloed entities and borderline rivals since…well, it’s been a long time. In organizations of all sizes, sales and marketing communities historically butt heads with one another. Think about it: Your marketing team has just allocated a significant amount of time, resources and money on marketing campaigns and other initiatives...Read More
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