DataFox Digest - Wednesday, January 27, 2016

DataFox Digest - Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Insights from the experts

Neil Patel, co-founder of Crazy Egg, explains how to make your marketing campaign more effective in How To Make Your Audience Fall In Love With You Through Email Marketing.

Martin Moran, general manager of regional growth at InsideSales, shares secrets about how to close more deals in The Fast and the Frequent: How Speed and Persistency Close Deals.

Steven Forth, co-founder and CEO at TeamFit, explores how TSO logic can help your brand succeed in How to Capture the Right Value Metrics to Accurately Price Your Product.

Greg Giersch of The Center For Sales Strategy explains how to give your team guidance in Three Ways to Test Your B2B Brand’s North Star.

Lori Richardson of Score More Sales demonstrates how word choice can make or break a deal in DO Watch the Words You Use in Your Sales Position.

Peter Mollins of Knowledge Tree takes the scientific approach to sales and marketing decision making in Sales and Marketing Predictive Analytics: The Periodic Table.

Sinead Cochrane of Intercom shows how introspection can help you take the next step towards success in Any Research Is Better Than No Research.

Laura Schafer of PipeDrive describes how implementing an effective onboarding plan and defining your company’s stage of growth will increase your sales in Activity-Based Sales Incentives That Make Sense.

Best Cities for New Tech Grads

Silicon Valley and New York are a great places to start your tech career, but there are hidden gems throughout the country that have amazing opportunities. Anisha Sekar of DataFox reveals where tech grads can get great mentorship off the beaten path in The 10 Cities that are Secretly Great for Tech Grads.