How I Actually Make Sales with Social Media

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Over the last 5 years, I’ve worked with countless social media and PR firms to build a sales-effective brand on social media.

They promised everything – more followers, more connections, more sales, but when it came down to it, they couldn’t deliver — in spite of their efforts, this led me to believe that I had to do it on my own.

And I did, – until I met Josh Coffy and Owen Hemsath.

These guys changed my social-selling game. Their principles, strategies, experience, and actual results took the definition of social media engagement, and social selling to a new level.

I’ve been working with them for a while now, and I decided it’s finally time to unveil my ‘secret weapons.’

That’s why I’ve convinced them to join me on a webinar to teach you the same things they’re helping me do — at a fraction of the cost.

Josh & Owen will lead you to the social media promised land–the tools, the ideas, the strategies, and the secrets you’d pay thousands for — I know — I did.

They will help you make more connections, get more leads, engage more prospects, create and build your social platform, build more value-based relationships, build your own personal brand, and of course make more sales.

Click here to join our 2-Day Social Selling Webinar Summit.

There are limited seats and these webinars will be sold out. I promise.

Grab a seat and it’ll be one of the best investments you make in your business.

To your sales success,
Jeffrey

P.S. Cant make the date? Don’t worry, the replay will be available as long as you register!

Jeffrey Gitomer is the author of twelve best-selling books including The Sales Bible and The Little Red Book of Selling. His new book, 21.5 Unbreakable Laws of Selling is now available as a book and an online course at www.gitomerVT.com. For public event dates and information about training and seminars visit www.gitomer.com or email Jeffrey personally at salesman@gitomer.com.

© 2015 All Rights Reserved. Don’t even think about reproducing this document without written permission from Jeffrey H. Gitomer and Buy Gitomer. 704/333-1112

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In My Own Words, and Their Own Words

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I have always been an avid, rabid, passionate, loyal Philadelphia sports fan.

MEMORY: On May 19th 1974, The Philadelphia Flyers played The Boston Bruins in game six of the Stanley Cup. The Flyers were ahead in the series 3-2, and if they won this game at home, they would take home their first Stanley Cup. I sat in row six of the upper deck just about at the red line.

HISTORY: That year the Flyers were 36-3-1. In the deciding sixth game of the Stanley Cup, 17,707 hockey fans went berserk when it was announced that Kate Smith would be singing God Bless America live instead of the National Anthem.

OUTCOME: It was by far the most emotional moment I’ve ever experienced at a sporting event. After Kate Smith sang, thousands of fans were crying, me included. The Flyers won the game one to nothing and a million Philadelphia fans attended the parade the next day. Watch Kate Smith’s version of Irving Berlin’s legendary God Bless America here.

What was your most emotional day at a sporting event?

Would you like to know the most emotional day from a great player’s perspective?

Brandon Steiner has collected the most amazing stories from the most amazing players in a series entitled, In Their Own Words.

Everything from goals, homeruns, and perfect games to fights, retirements, and events that shaped the sporting world. Take a look here.

Steiner is offering my followers a 20% discount. Use promo code GITOMER20 for 20% at checkout.

Jeffrey Gitomer is the author of twelve best-selling books including The Sales Bible and The Little Red Book of Selling. His new book, 21.5 Unbreakable Laws of Selling is now available as a book and an online course at www.gitomerVT.com. For public event dates and information about training and seminars visit www.gitomer.com or email Jeffrey personally at salesman@gitomer.com.

© 2014 All Rights Reserved. Don’t even think about reproducing this document without written permission from Jeffrey H. Gitomer and Buy Gitomer. 704/333-1112

 

 

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Guest blog: 8 Questions with New York Times Bestseller Joe Sweeney

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What do you do when workplace “change” happens?

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A personal “thank you” letter

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Happy Birthday, Gitomer Certified Advisor Program!

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How to REALLY make sales

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Everyone in sales wants to learn how to sell their product or service better. And everyone is wrong. Oh sure, selling skills are an integral part of the selling process, and occasionally have to be employed. But understanding and mastering the … [Continue reading]