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Share Your “Quick Wins”

In the box below, please describe the tactics and “tweaks” that you’ve found to be effective for generating rapid results, with relatively little effort or investment. These little performance “boosters” can have to do with any area of sales or sales operations — close-rates, lead flow, deal size and margins, cost-of-sale, prospect targeting, follow-on sales, etc.

And they don’t have to have created a massive windfall…we’re just looking for things that produce a great return for a small amount of effort and time.

  • Note: Please provide as much context and detail as you can.

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