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The 3 elements of sales enablement (and how they'll help you close more deals)
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The 3 elements of sales enablement (and how they'll help you close more deals)

What if your sales team could close 2x as many deals in the same amount of time they’re working right now? With sales enablement, it's possible.
Steli Efti
6 min read
The only sales enablement job description template you need to attract killer candidates
sales enablement

The only sales enablement job description template you need to attract killer candidates

A great sales enablement strategy can be the difference between a deal won and a deal lost. Having a sales enablement manager on your team can make it 10x easier for your sales team to be successful. For an inside sales team, the potential impact of sales enablement is huge.
Steli Efti
5 min read
Sales enablement: what is it, and how does it work?
sales enablement

Sales enablement: what is it, and how does it work?

First off, let’s make one thing very clear: sales enablement isn’t just another fun trend that’s here today and gone tomorrow. This is no buzzword: it’s a real strategy that more and more businesses are using.
Steli Efti
19 min read
The quick guide to creating competitive sales battle cards
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The quick guide to creating competitive sales battle cards

The battle of sales isn’t won with weapons: it’s won with persuasion.
Steli Efti
7 min read
Get these 8 free sales enablement templates to help your team drive more revenue
sales enablement

Get these 8 free sales enablement templates to help your team drive more revenue

What do you get when you take the top enablement tactics from today's best sales teams and bake them into a collection of FREE templates? Supercharged sales messaging that closes more deals.
Steli Efti
1 min read
Why you shouldn't hire a sales enablement manager (yet)
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Why you shouldn't hire a sales enablement manager (yet)

If you’re looking to hire a sales enablement manager, take a step back and consider your options. The truth is, you (and your team) can handle this on your own.
Nick Persico
4 min read