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Tip for Busy Executives To Get the Most Out Of Sales Calls

Insist on a Video Meeting. Insisting that sales calls be done via video meeting brings many benefits to the busy executive including shorter meetings, more control of the meeting, and the ability to size up the sales person’s value to your organization without having to deal with meeting logistics. Video meetings can be extremely effective […]

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Time To Upgrade Your Webinar Tools?

Is it time to upgrade your online meeting tools and capabilities? The most popular tool has been GoToMeeting, developed in July 2004 by the Online Services division of Citrix in Santa Barbara, California, using the remote access and screen sharing technology from GoToMyPC and GoToAssist to allow web conferencing. The later release of GoToWebinar (GTW) in 2006 and GoToTraining in 2010 expanded GoToMeeting capabilities to […]

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7 Ways to Re-purpose Your Most Effective Customer Messages.

You’ve created a masterpiece!  A magical collection of words and images that captures the essence of what you offer to your customers. It is clear, highlights the advantages of selecting you over your competition and positions you as the go-to solution in your market. It has influenced prospects to choose to do business with you. […]

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Bunkr Cuts SlideDeck Preparation Time And Creates Better Presentations

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The process of gathering content for your presentations is usually the most time-consuming task when putting together a presentation. Collecting images, quotations, video and other information sources and organizing them in a useful way stalls many a creative effort. Then, try to find this information a few months in the future when you want to […]

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Haiku Deck – New Tool to Create And Deliver A Compelling Message

Haiku Deck produces smart, to-the-point visual presentations that your audience will remember. It includes features you need with none of the “stuff” you never use. If you want to get your message across and leave a lasting impression, experts recommend that you incorporate visual elements into your communication. We all  think in pictures. John Berger, […]

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