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Conversica is coming to the 2016 CEB Sales and Marketing Summit!
Time to get fabulous with sales and marketing!


5 Must-See Events at the 2016 CEB Sales and Marketing Summit

It’s almost here! The 2016 CEB Sales and Marking Summit  (Oct 18-20th) will be in Las Vegas next week and we have the scoop on which events you don’t want to miss. Tell us your needs, and we’ll show you the way… 1. You want more content, but you want to do it the rightRead more

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The Dreamforce ULTIMATE Guide to SWAG!

Every year approximately seven squillion people flock to Dreamforce and, in an unofficial (okay, fine, imaginary) survey, people were asked, “what are your primary reasons for attending?” The top answers were as follows: The SWAG, The SWAG, The SWAG, The SWAG, and The opportunity to better myself and my organization via information gathering and intenseRead more

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Dreamforce: Your favorite Cherry Pickers return as… nah, it’s a surprise!

Last year’s Dreamforce was a banner event for the Conversica team. Dressed as friendly Cherry Pickers (because your Conversica AI sales assistant helps you cherry pick the hot leads from your funnel – wink, wink – get it?), we had a ton of fun, educated many people who subsequently became happy customers, and got aRead more

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You can’t afford to miss the upcoming webinar: Best Practices for Generating, Managing, and Leveraging Your Hard-Earned Leads

Most organizations spend substantial resources obtaining sales leads. That amounts to a lot of dollars and a lot of time spent on something that is critical to the organization’s success. And yet… how much of that spend is actually guided by best practices? Perhaps more to the point, do most organizations even know what those best practices are? Does yours? Now’s your chance to find out.

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Declare your independence… from sales drudgery!

Independence Day is right around the corner, so now is a good time to remember and be thankful for things from which we’re independent:
– The British (that’s a 1776 historical reference folks, not a 2016 political one)
– Mom and Dad (and if you’re not, spoiler alert: they wish you were)
– Boring blogs (for the moment anyway – you’re reading this one, aren’t you?)
But what about independence from sales drudgery?

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Cherry pickin’ at the Sales Machine Summit!

The Sales Machine Summit in New York is right around the corner, full of bright-eyed and bushy-tailed salespeople, and we can’t wait to meet them there! We know that life is not a bowl of cherries for salespeople trying to hit their numbers every month, and that they can use any edge they can get. And we’ll be there to bring that help to fruition!

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We’ve never been so happy to be called a tool!

Smart Selling Tools’ “Recommended Tool of the Week”, that is. Allow me to quote:

“Conversica eliminates the battle over which leads are good and which are worth a salesperson’s time. It ensures every lead is contacted and those that are good are sent to salespeople who can spend their time on qualified opportunities, which is why we’ve named them our Recommended Tool of the Week.”

Nice, right?

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Hyatt O'Hare

You’re summoned… to the AA-ISP Leadership Summit

The 8th Annual AA-ISP Leadership Summit – the premier place to get the inside scoop on everything inside sales – is right around the corner, and you can bet Conversica will be there big time.

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Lots to love at LeadsCon!

LeadsCon! Yes, that popular conference “for vertical media, online lead gen and direct response marketing,” is right around the corner (March 16 and 17, to be specific). People who love leads, people who sell leads, people who buy leads, people who dream about leads – they’re all here and loving life.

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Happy New Year 2016

It’s a new year, so try something new

For many organizations, a new year means new opportunities, new initiatives and new sales goals. And for the smart and creative ones, it also means trying new ways of doing things. Think for a moment about things your sales team may be doing in “old ways.” It’s a challenging exercise because we’re usually entrenched in these so don’t even consider that there may be newer, better ways to do them…

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