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Webinar: ‘Effective Sales Strategies for Local Agencies’

On August 14th we held our 3rd Insidelocal Webinar. The topic for this webinar was ‘Effective Sales Strategies for Local Agencies’.

As well as learning about local SEO tactics, consultants & agencies need to know how to sell their services in order to eat, live & grow. ‘Selling’ doesn’t come easy to many SEOs/marketeers but by using a proven & effective set of sales strategies it makes winning new local business customers easier.

We were joined by 2 highly experienced SEOs and marketing trainers. David Sprague & Laura Betterly shared their unique insights, advice & tips on winning local customers and the strategies which helped them to build their own 6 figure agencies and sales training businesses.

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Our Expert Panelists

David Sprague

www.realstrategic.com

Laura Betterly

www.yadayadamarketing.com

Webinar Agenda

Agenda:
  • Prospecting
  • Pitching
  • Closing
Hosts/Presenters:
  • Myles Anderson (BrightLocal.com)
  • Linda Buquet (Local Search Forum)
Time & Date:
  • Wednesday 14 August 2013
  • 90 mins

About InsideLocal Webinar Series

BrightLocal & the Local Search Forum have teamed up to deliver an exciting series of local search focused webinars. The ‘InsideLocal’ webinar series explores the most important, most topical & most exciting areas of local search marketing.

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2 thoughts on “Webinar: ‘Effective Sales Strategies for Local Agencies’”

  1. Thanks for an informative and meaty content webinar. My rule of thumb is “even if you only get one idea from an event, workshop, seminar, conference, webinar then its been a good investment of time”.
    In this instance I lost count of the ideas and thoughts that were sparked as a result of viewing
    ‘Effective Sales Strategies for Local Agencies’

    (Please) Keep up the excellent work

    Cheers

    D

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