DataFox Digest - Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Posted in: DataFox Digest, digest, HubSpot, predictable revenue, redpoint ventures, why you why now, moz, xoombi, intercom, toutapp, openview venture partners, saastr, vidyard

Webinar: the Data-Driven Salesperson

Next Friday, January 15th at 10am PT/1pm ET

Prospecting can be wildly effective, but only if done right. You need to craft and deliver the right messages to the right people at the right time.

Join DataFox CEO Bastiaan Janmaat and ToutApp Head of Pipeline Development Daniel Barber next Friday to learn all about data-driven prospecting.

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Insights from the experts

Tomasz Tunguz, venture capitalist at Redpoint Ventures, discusses how to reward outstanding employee performance with more than monetary bonuses in When Startup Compensation Isn't About The Money.

Kyle Lacey, head of marketing strategy at Openview Venture Partners, shares recruitment and company development tips from Mike Volpe, former CMO of Hubspot, in Why You Should Always Be on the Lookout for Top Talent: The Art of Stealth Recruiting at HubSpot.

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Kimbe MacMaster, content marketer at Vidyard, reveals how topic, volume, and percentage-based video lead scoring can make your marketing more effective in 3 Meaty Lead Scoring Methods You’re Not Benefitting From!

Sharon Moorhouse, customer support representative at Intercom, shows why tech knowledge is not the most important characteristic of a customer support team in Great Support Takes More Than Tech Skills.

Lolly Spindler, content marketing manager at Xoombi, challenges your social selling practices and provides ideas to make your practices more effective in The Difference Between Social Selling and Social Media Marketing.

Sabrina Bianchi of Predictable Revenue explains how keeping your email subject lines brief, making them personal, and using tools can make your sales more effective in 6 Email Subject Line Tricks that Actually Work.

Jason Lemkin of SaaStr demonstrates just how important it is to take time to gain the requisite experience to be a true first time VP of Sales in 5-6 Years Is About As Fast As You Can Mint a True VP of Sales.

Joy Hawkins of Moz explores Google’s search tool and explains how to use it to your advantage in What Big Brands Need to Know About Google's Filter.

Don’t Get In The Way Of Your Own Success

Do you believe you should be successful? Many social factors have a profound influence on your attitude towards what level of success you feel you deserve. Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman of Harvard Business Review explore the different factors affecting your self confidence and how to shift your mindset towards success in How Age and Gender Affect Self-Improvement.