Your Job Title and What It Says About You
Most people have pretty uninspiring job titles.
“Sales Manager” or “Account Handler” doesn’t really reflect what you achieve for your clients. Nor does it tell a prospect why they should talk to you.
It’s time to get rid of boring job titles!
Create job titles that are memorable. Create job titles that tell people what you do. Best of all, give yourself a job title that reflects the results that you achieve for your clients.
Having the right job title is increasingly important.
If you have any presence on social media, your job title really matters. How will you stand out amongst the many, many sales directors on LinkedIn? How will you persuade people to stop and take notice of you? Is your job title compelling enough to persuade someone to look at your profile or to connect with you?
Find out how to create compelling job titles.
I cover four different types of job titles in "How To Sell Print Using Social Media." I also tell you exactly how to create a social media profile that interests prospects (and stops the competition from spying on your contacts).
P.S. Find out more ideas on how to increase sales with today’s buyers: download my free e-guide “Ten Social Media Rules For Print Sales People.” You’ll also receive my regular “Views from the print buyer” bulletin, full of ideas on how to use social media and sell print effectively.
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Download his free e-book, "Ten Common Print Selling Errors And What To Do About Them" and check out his recently launched book, "How To Succeed At Print Sales: Setting targets, planning the right activities and making sure goals are met."