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How to Create the Goldilocks Sales Pipeline | Inc.com

So how do we create a #sales pipeline that is not too big and not too small, what I call the “goldilocks pipeline forecast”? That creates predictable revenue we can plan appropriately for? The answer to this lies in two key activities, both of which have data at their center.   A highly aligned sales and #marketing team think of …

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6 Steps to Updating Your Social Media Profiles During a Rebrand : Social Media Examiner

To do this, post something from your new company (your new logo or images from a new #marketing campaign, for example) on #social media. Announce the change and ask people what they think.   This makes your audience feel like you value their opinion and allows you to gather feedback before launching the rest of your rebrand. It also gives …

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25 Quotes From Bill Gates on How to Succeed | Inc.com

3. “This is a fantastic time to be entering the business world, because business is going to change more in the next 10 years than it has in the last 50.”   6. “The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation …

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What This 6-Time Entrepreneur Really Thinks About Building A Startup | Inc.com

In our one hour interview, we covered all sorts of topics ranging from what it takes to build a successful startup to war stories during the dot-com bubble to how to build a great product that users love. Here are a few of the top insights I gained from our interview.   One of the first things we talked about …

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6 Strategies to Grow Your Business Using Instagram | Inc.com

Organic reach is possible and can be massive for you. If you’re looking to engage with your customers, build an audience, and insert your personality into your business, then you have to get in. It’s still ripe for the taking.   It’s up to you to figure out what your customers want to see. Are there themes or styles that resonate? …

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