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    2.8 million emails sent every second. A Sales Management challenge!

    by Kristi Shoemaker / July 23, 2010

    Posted by: Kristi Shoemaker, VP Marketing, EcSELL Institute

    I came across an article in one of the LinkedIn Groups I belong to. It was written by a gentleman by the name of Bill Todd. 

    Trying to reach prospects has become more and more challenging as technology has created more and more opportunities to communicate with each other. We have email, text, Facebook, LinkedIn, My Space, blogs, social site etc.  Just trying to keep up with all of these is a challenge, yet the reality is, this is the direction that communication is going. - like it or not.

    So the next time you feel frustrated because someone didn't see your email, just reflect on these statistics from Bill Todd's article.

    - The average prospect receives 176 email every working day

    - 2.8 million emails are sent every second

    - That means that every single day over 247 emails are transmitted

    - An additional 2.5 billion+ text messages are being transmitted every day

    This blows my mind!

    So help me out. If I want to tell a sales manager about the EcSELL Institute or invite him/her to our upcoming Sales Leadership and Coaching Strategies Summit..... 

    What is the best way to get in touch with a Sales Manager?

     

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    Kristi Shoemaker

    Kristi Shoemaker

    Kristi is a marketing communications and public relations expert with over 30+ years of experience in a variety of industries. She was an integral part of EcSell's go-to-market strategy and execution from 2008 - 2012. Kristi enjoys taking a holistic approach by integrating all the key marketing disciplines to create synergies that generate maximum results. She is currently the president of KLS Consulting in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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