Getting started with storyselling: How your salespeople can close more deals by telling stories
The first potato chip ever made was intended as an insult. The year was 1853. George Crum was a chef at the upscale Moon’s Lake House in Saratoga Springs, NY. One day, a patron complained about Mr. Crum’s fried potatoes. He called them soggy and bland. He sent them back and demanded a new batch.
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Product update: Drag to reorder contact information, improved call bar and more bug fixes
We’ve updated the way you can organize the contact information for your leads, our call bar has been improved and we’ve killed even more bugs. Let’s see what’s new.
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Product update: Goodbye mp3 files—Record and edit your voicemail greeting in-app
When was the last time you updated your voicemail greeting? Now there’s no excuse to have an outdated voicemail message, because we’ve made it easy to record a new one. That’s right, no need to upload mp3 files anymore—in-app recording has arrived. Here come the details.
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Sales CRM case study: How the Bentley of calculators stays relevant and drives sales with Close
Monroe Systems for Business has a legacy like few other companies. The inventor, manufacturer, and supplier of commercial calculators was founded in 1912 by Jay R. Monroe. Today, the 104-year-old company is a household name to accounting professionals.
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Product update: Phone settings - Introducing a new, smarter UI for better visibility
Calling is a central part of your day. That’s why we work hard on improving the experience. We’ve updated the phone settings page to give you a better way of managing your phone numbers and give you more visibility and control over your numbers.
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Product update: Improved reporting, redesigned API docs, and bug fixes
We’re continuously working towards making Close a better platform for your sales team so that you can focus on closing deals, not doing busywork. Here are the latest developments.
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Stay calm and close deals: How to effectively deal with stress in your sales team
Commissions. Quotas. Competition. There are plenty of stress triggering factors in the daily life of a salesperson. By nature, salespeople are put in situations that create a high-stress environment.
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How our remote team works better together: Snapchat as an internal communications tool
About two months ago, we started getting really into Snapchat. Not in the Kardashian sense. But as an internal communications tool for our growing remote team. While the Close HQ remains in San Francisco, the majority of our team members are nomadically spread across North America, Europe and Asia.
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