Five revenue killers and how to defeat them

Have you struggled with creating amazing marketing campaigns that just don't drive revenue? You're not alone! In this eBook, you'll hear from several sales and marketing experts who have walked in your shoes. They know how hard it is to sift through the clutter and identify the leads with the most potential.

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Have you struggled with creating amazing marketing campaigns that just don’t drive revenue? You’re not alone! In this eBook, you’ll hear from several sales and marketing experts who have walked in your shoes. They know how hard it is to sift through the clutter and identify the leads with the most potential. This eBook walks customer’s through five of the top revenue killers and then offers solid strategies, tactics, and advice to overcome these pitfalls. For example, most all sellers and marketers can relate to revenue killer no. 1: Most sales funnels leak at the top, not the bottom. Learn how to overcome all-too-common marketing and sales missteps and how Dynamics 365 Sales Professional will help pave the way to for immediate results. View: Five revenue killers and how to defeat them

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