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Sticking to the Basics with Sales Enablement

Sales enablement can easily be overcomplicated, but don’t write it off. Mark Hunter and Mario Martinez Jr. explain the importance of simplifying sales enablement in this video.

What is the role of sales enablement for a sales organization? It’s about empowering your sales team to sell more with the right content, tools, and guidance.

Mark Hunter, a.k.a. The Sales Hunter, suggests you begin with an issue, and then build your strategy from there.  Don’t hurriedly dive in and invest in technology simply because a thought leader recommended it. They may not understand your business pain points.

In the video below, Mario Martinez Jr. and Mark discuss the importance of simplifying sales enablement. Keep reading or watch the video to hear more!

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Don’t Overcomplicate Sales with Sales Enablement

As Mark points out, sales enablement tasks were once called “sales operations.” Don’t let the coolest, most innovative technology and a new name cloud your judgment about what your team needs, he says, “Keep your focus on the focus.”

Are you applying technology without a plan or using it to address a problem or void? At the core of your sales enablement efforts is your buyer’s experience. Your objective should center on finding ways to serve your customer in the most efficient, effective manner, and to optimize value for them.

Circle around what makes the best and fastest impact. Mario suggests you ask yourself this simple question “How can you better enable Sales?”

In the areas of content, tools, and guidance, here are five more questions to direct your sales enablement strategy:

  1. Can your reps find the content they need to engage buyers?
  2. Are your salespeople hitting their quotas or are they below average?
  3. How long does it take for a new salesperson to be fully productive?
  4. Does your organization offer ongoing sales coaching?
  5. Are your sales tools going unused?
  6. Are your salespeople less productive than you’d like them to be?

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Weaved throughout Vengreso’s 10 Steps to Launching a Digital Sales Program, you’ll find sales enablement tools to help your salespeople create more sales conversations! What are you waiting for? Go check it out!

By Meaghan

Meaghan Alvarado is one of Vengreso's social media and content writing masters. She is a valuable member of our social media client content writing team. She manages employee advocacy, and video marketing programs. Her more than ten years of experience in sales and digital marketing afford her the business acumen and insights to communicate our effectively with amazing results. In her spare time, you can find her practicing or teaching yoga, or watching Shark Tank alongside her husband and three dogs.

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