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Passion is Bullshit

Editors note: This is a guest post by Greg Davidson, Head of Sales at Artsy.   People are passionate about their families, hobbies, and sometimes their dogs. But the founder that expects their employees to be passionate about their company may miss out on some great hires. Startup founders and key early employees should be

SDR Strategies: Inbound vs. Outbound

Editors note: This is a guest post from London Nagai, SDR Manager at TheSquareFoot The way sales teams are set up today, teams are often too heads down to realize what’s happening in front of them. BDRs/SDRs are so busy cranking out emails/cold calls all day, hoping for a positive response, that their motions can

Are You Making the Most of Linkedin Groups?

Editors Note: Guest post by Scott Briton, Co-founder/CEO of Troops An increasingly vital group to the modern sales org is a creative and efficient Sales Development team. Despite the official category of “sales development” is still only a few years old, it’s a discipline that’s changing by the second. With many businesses creating business and